I have a great deal of sentimental attachement to the Marvel Comics character 'SpiderWoman'. I had very few Marvel comics growing up , mostly it was british stuff like 2000AD, but I somehow had a copy of SpiderWoman #17. It was drawn by the great Carmine Infantino, who could somehow draw women by composing a series of ellipses and then by virtue of his incredibly dynamic inkline make them bouyantly real...or even better than real. This made an impression on my young male mind.
#17 had a cover that I'm sure Infantino pencilled , then it was heavily inked by Joseph Rubinstein. The forced perspective was intense and I spent a long time analysing and trying to copy that cover. I learned a lot from it. So here I'm doing it again.