The title character from a comic I’m working on, “King Voodoo”, which happens in the same universe as the samurai comic I had drawn last year, “The Black Sheep”. Brush and ink with photoshop colors.
Betrayed, left behind in a foreign land, and buried alive, a jazz musician known as King Voodoo must unbury talents he didn’t know he had in order to pull himself out of the grave.
Part 1 of a 2-part adventure.
Front cover and some of the interior illustrations for the August 2014 issue of the monthly travel magazine Lugares (Argentina). http://www.lugaresdeviaje.com/revista
A video I made with my friend Eric Holstein, to promote the release of the book Après la chute (After the Fall), written by Nancy Kress, to be published next month in France, by ActuSF.
1-page comic based on an anonymous Chinese tale, which I have read in a book by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Brush and ink with photoshop colors.
Characters for a comic which happens in the same universe as the samurai comic I had drawn last year, The Black Sheep.
Left: 2 drawings from July 25th, 1990.
Left (top): From the “Cobra” logo on the guy’s shoulder, I would imagine he was based on some character from G.I.Joe.
Right: The new version is based on that drawing, with a few modifications in the design.
Left (bottom): a drawing of Gripper (from the Rambo cartoon). I either did not remember his name when making that drawing, or most likely, had no idea how to write down a name in English, so I must have decided to make a new name instead, and problem solved. :)
Right: I kept the eyepatch and whip, but modified the rest of the design— I think he ended up looking like a mix between Nick Fury and Indiana Jones, with the t-shirt being like his superhero logo. Or at least that was the plan.
Brush and ink. Color and halftone dots in photoshop.
Scan of some drawings which will end up being panels of the comic that I’m working on. Brush and ink.
Once I get rid of the green pencil (in photoshop), I compose the page digitally— cutting, pasting and cropping the images, as it gives me more control than when composing the page directly on paper.
A page (most likely the first one, but it might change as I go along with the project) from the comic I’m working on, which happens in the same universe as the samurai comic I had drawn last year, The Black Sheep.