First of all, Happy 2005 to everyone!
great Torpedo portrait, very in style, Euan
Too bad you never read the
comics since they are too cool, in terms of drawings and story. Abuli & Bernet
of the best team in the comicbook I have ever read: theur stories are funny, though,
entertaining, and NEVER boring. Definitely something I would suggest you all to read
: cool Tank Girl, Sam
(and if I am not wrong, this is not the first from you,
). Your style is very in line with the one of the comics I read few years ago
: really neat Dan Dare: love the clean inklines
I must still have a
couple of Dan Dare books full painted (even if they are in my collection in Italy
remember being a very ala "Flash Gordon" comicbook
: really great Corto portrait, Felipe!
Corto has been another of my
childhood favorite readings. You captured Pratt's style quite well. Too bad Pratt died
few years ago
I know they are working on a animated movie based on his hero Corto
. Let's hope it will be faithful to Pratt's vision.
I have been busy during this holidays with a form of art that is not that famous but
sometime necessary: painting... the walls! (in my new home
) I will be moving sometime
in January so I will be very busy between my day job, packing stuff, and working on
several freelance projects. Hopefully I will find time to contribute to this jam as often as
possible since it's practically my field (I am in US now but I grow up reading Italian and
other European comics). Not so much time to draw in the last couple of days, as I said,
so my first post have to be something I drew very recently (2 weeks ago) but that fits
the monthly topic, since is based on the Metabarons
books from Alejandro Jodorosky
and published by Humanoids Pubblishing
, french company that publishes
the famous magazine Metal Hurlant, that inspired the american version Heavy Metal.
Enjoy and again, happy 2005