View Full Version : Wally Wood's 22 Panels That Always Work
04-06-2003, 08:07 PM
I've seen links to this scattered a few times through the forum, but the images have always been quite small. I managed to get a larger copy for those that don't have this hanging by their drawing table yet. Clicking the image will link you to the larger copy (360KB).
04-06-2003, 09:29 PM
Cool!! I only had a teeny version!!
I can print this one out... Thanks!
I'm so glad someone put this link up again, as I had precisely this problem to overcome at the weekend. Too late now, but invaluable reference.
04-07-2003, 08:01 AM
Thanks! I was looking and looking for this and couldn't find it, since I didn't remember who it was done by. Saved the large version. :)
04-07-2003, 01:47 PM
Mike Kraiger handed this out to us at the Kubert School along with some photocopies of some Alex Toth prints... awesome reference stuff...
04-11-2003, 12:32 AM
Glad that I could help. I came across a reference to it when reading a Chuck Dixon article in Sketch and decided to search it out, glad I did.
04-12-2003, 02:13 AM
Yep. They did indeed hand out photocopies of this at the JOE KUBERT SCHOOL. It's good stuff. Wood was a genius!
For all you kiddies playing at home, the word "ben day" which appears on the sheet , is what the ol' timers used to call the half-tone screen patterns in the 50s,60s, and early 70s. Most recently, these screen pattern/stickers have come to be known as "Zip-a-tone" or simply "zip." Zip-a-tone was actually a brand name (the brand no longer exists) that became synonymous with these dot-pattern, half-tone stickers.
04-14-2003, 06:12 PM
I only had the little one too...super cool, thanks so much.
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