September 27, 2014
April 16, 2014
January 28, 2014
|Cover by Ronan Toulhoat|
I will be doing "dèdicaces" at the Akileos Editions stand for the release of "S.H.A.R.K." the latest spin-off episode of the Block 109 universe created by Vincent Brugeas and Ronan Toulhoat, so if you're in the area stop by and grab yourself a copy!
It's my first french published "BD" and i'm super excited!
It's a 58 page, large format, full color, hardcover book that i've worked on for the last year set in an Australian POW camp. It involves Nazis getting beaten up, hell's angels marines, a lot of dust but quite surprisingly, NO ACTUAL SHARKS. Crazy french people!
It's been very challenging but i feel like i've learnt quite a bit from the experience, i'm quite proud and i can't wait to get back to work on the series!
Script by Vincent Brugeas.
Layouts, cover and intro pages by Ronan Toulhoat.
Colors by Giusy Gallizia.
Pencils by me!
Here's some random panels from the book!
|Dust, a lot of dust everywhere.|
|Worth, you smartass!|
|Worth getting smacked in the face|
|Worth, you smartass! (2)|
|Worth punching back!|
|One of those days.|
|I sense incoming slaps in the face!|
|*Mickey Mouse march*|
See you in Angoulème!
|"TORO" Armored Dune Buggy|
I've recently gotten into military model kit building and it's ton of fun as well as really useful to build up my "bits" mental library. Just browsing through a model catalog is super inspiring to me.
These are also an experiment to try and develop a couple of concepts built around the same theme, and a way to practice mixing my traditional drawings with digital coloring.
January 20, 2014
January 17, 2014
Here's some of my favourite drawings from last year's Inktober, you can see the rest of them on my Instagram if you're interested.
All these are sepia+china ink on watercolor paper. Had a lot of fun with this and i just fell in love with the inkwash technique. If i could just do this everyday until i die and get payed for it i'd be a happy man. Just sayin'
January 16, 2014
This one was me trying a more instinctive approach in my digitals.
And here's a collab i've done with the great MaCa (Marco Caradonna). I did a super-rough sketch, Marco worked on it for about an hour in photoshop (he's so damn fast!) and i then went back t it for another couple of hours (photobashing and a little bit of polishing). Fun fun!