Wally Wood's incredible "Fully Computerized" illustration


13 Responses to “Wally Wood's incredible "Fully Computerized" illustration”

  1. Wally Wood is the best of em all

    • Halloween_Jack says:

       Even admiring Wally Wood as much as I do–and I do, believe me–I have to step in and say that Jack Kirby had a word for this sort of accomplishment: Tuesday.

  2. um, yes, you can overuse the word genius. In fact, you did. But be assured, you have plenty of company. Enough to make the inevitable dictionary def of genius as: n. a person with any talent of any degree for anything.

  3. nixiebunny says:

    But, what does it do?

  4. Cat Chew says:

    “Never draw what you can copy, never copy what you can trace, and never trace what you can cut out and paste up.”

  5. s2redux says:

    Further evidence that I’m getting old and trapped by the system: “Hah, great stuff — love all the ‘faces’ and organic forms in our new electromechanical overlords! But those stairways really need guard rails, especially with so many kids around.”

    Also, further evidence that being fully computerized is hard — kids reading analog books, guy shooting film.

  6. Lobster says:

    It’s the Technodrome!

  7. doug rogers says:

    All the immense computing power to deliver an image of Mickey Mouse…

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