Scanned this spread from the 1986 Creative Black Book. I wanted to get this in as the next post because...
... here's Hy Rosen! - who Brian Postman told us about on Friday (one post down). Brian studied with Hy Rosen at SVA a few years before this, so I guess Rosen was both teaching and doing 'field work'.
But this is the guy I really want to highlight: I have always admired the two examples on this spread by a fellow named Hector Lopez. You can tell right away this guy had some serious drawing chops. This is really rock-solid work. Every time I look at Lopez's two samples on this spread, I think he must have had a background in comics... do you get that, too?
Also very nice and sort of a unique looking technique; this one sample by Herb Familton. I'm thinking marker and Prismacolour pencils? Looks like he may have done this specifically because of the romance subject matter... but who knows? Wish I had some more examples of Familton's stuff to compare to.
Kind of unusual for a storyboard studio ad: full names of the artists. More often in these old storyboard studio ads these guys were treated as anonymous, interchangeable 'wrists'.
I wonder where they all are today... ?