The first three pages are a random "car chase" set. Basically, some ski-msk-wearing dudes have a woman in the back of a plumbing truck and are being chased by the cops (and a heavily silhouetted Spider-Man).
The set of six pages is a story I did for Jon and Co. for one of their anthologies. Basically, the main character (Executioner) is fighting a bunch of his former allies that have now turned on him. We learn in fashbacks (there are two flashback panels, but I didn't make them different enough ... they're Page 2 Panel 4 and Page 5 Panel 4) that the group's leader -- Graft, the metal dude -- had a disagreement of some sort with Executioner and turned his team on Ex right before the story begins (sort of like a Page Zero). Executioner is defeated after putting up a good fight, and Graft (with conflicted emotions) blasts Executioner into space to get rid of him.
I hope that helps, and thanks for the feedback!
Man, I gotta tell ya, I've looked over these pages several times now. I keep thinking about where I'm gonna start, how to word it out without sounding too blunt or harsh, or hurting your feelings........... F*ck it.
Spider, dude, the pages show you have the desire and motivation to be a professional. Yes. But. It's all very difficult to follow. The story-telling is confusing. The characters aren't consistent enough to know who's who. The layouts are whack. (yeah, WHACK!
) Your proportions are out-of-whack. Your vehicles are off. Your shadows are far too prominent. Your pencil lines are bleeding all into each other.... Your backgrounds are decent at times, but that's because you trace from 3d.
Though, your musculature in parts is decent. Your faces are emotive. Your much further in your understanding than a total novice. It shows you care and you really want to be a pro......... but, you really have to learn a lot more in perspective, structure, anatomy, proportions, shading, line-work.......... the list continues.
Dude, just keep going. I don't know how old you are.... you could be 12, and if that's the case, you're pretty good......... but if you're 30, then it's a whole other story.
It shows you have potential. The rest depends entirely on how much time and effort you put toward learning the world around you. If you know what your weaknesses are, then focus on strengthening them.
If you have any specific questions regarding your pages, please ask them. Otherwise, there's far too many points to crit in these pages, so............. don't give up, don't stop drawing.
Sorry for taking so long to crit these.....