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NOTES: Orbik starts each piece with a pencil study. Then using models, vintage costumes and props, Orbik sets the scene and photographs it. Using these photographs and carefully crafted studies, he then meticulously renders the image in oil paints.
Orbiks art instills memories of times gone by. From the clothes style of his characters to the inferences of love, romance and danger, his themes depict qualities that are almost of a film noir style.
Glen Orbiks art has appeared in DC Comics publications such as œAmerican Century, œPulp Heroes, as well as in Superman, Batman and Flash titles. His art has also been showcased in Marvel Comics, Image, as well as Universal and Sony, in addition to creating art for Star Wars and the œDungeons and Dragons series. Orbik has also rendered many book covers, including Ray Bradbury and Stephen King titles..
Manhattan Heat Giclee On Paper by Glen Orbik is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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Glen Orbik (1963 – May 11, 2015) was an American illustrator known for his fully painted paperback and comic covers, often executed in a noir style. In the 1970s, Orbik and his mother moved to Douglas County, Nevada. He is a 1981 graduate of Douglas High School in Minden, Nevada. He studied art at the California Art Institute then located in Encino, later Calabasas, California, and now located in Westlake Village. He studied under the school's founder, retired movie and advertisement illustrator Fred Fixler. Orbik eventually took over the classes when Fixler retired from teaching and taught figure drawing after returning from an extended hiatus. His work has been compared to Alex Ross and Robert McGinnis, and he was a popular teacher among fine art, comic, and video game artists. He most recently worked on a series of paperback covers for the Hard Case Crime series of novels. Orbik resided in Van Nuys, California. He died on May 11, 2015 of cancer.