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See Concept Art for Hawkeye’s Character Created by the Designer Andy Park

22.11.2021
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Designer Andy Park

A few days are left before Hawkeye will hit Disney + and give fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe a better understanding of Jeremy Renner’s character.

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To celebrate the series’ long-awaited launch, Marvel Studios visual development artist Andy Park shared early concept art created for the character. On Instagram, Park, after thanking his colleague Ryan Ryan Meinerding for setting the foundation for the look, presented what Clint Barton might have looked like in the MCU.

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The first time the artist had a chance to design it was for the Avengers back in 2010. The designer used purple because this color was associated with the hero from the Marvel comics that he read in childhood.

The series, which will consist of six episodes, will premiere on November 24, 2021, on the Disney + platform. On this day, two episodes will be released at once.

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