Marvel Studios artist shares the earliest Hawkeye concept art | MCU Times

Marvel Studios artist shares the earliest Hawkeye concept art

In just a few days, Hawkeye hits Disney + and gives fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe a six-part series that kickstarts the franchise’s corner at “street level”. To help celebrate the launch of the series, longtime Marvel Studios visual development artist Andy Park has shared some of the earliest concept art ever made for the character. On Sunday, Park shared the artwork on Instagram and credited his colleague Ryan Meinerding for coming up with the primary look, while Park himself completed the piece.

“It was the first time I got to design him,” Park said of his work. “It was for The Avengers way back in 2010. Ryan Meinerding made an initial pass that was well received and then I was able to take it home with this final design.”

He added: “I remember I liked this design and thought it was the right way to go for the MCU … but I honestly wish I was able to incorporate purple as it was the color I associated with him from the years I read Marvel Comics as a kid. “

As with the Marvel Disney + shows that have come before that, Hawkeye author Jonathan Igla says the series will examine Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye on a microscopic level.

“I think we’re going to see a funnier side of Clint in this show. And we’re going to see him in a mentor role that we had not really gotten to see before,” Igla said. Variety by Hawkeye premiere. “But I will say that the highlight, what really comes from the comics that most influenced the show, is what Clint does when he’s not with the Avengers. I’m always excited about the moments between the biggest missions, and it was exciting to dive into. “

Hawkeye debuts with a two-episode premiere at Disney + on November 24th.

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