Etiqueta: graphic novel
As in literature, music, painting, theatre, sculpture, dance, cinema and all other crafts of expression, there are commercial and artistic comics. Fog Over Tolbiac Bridge is undoubtedly part of the second group. An interpretation by Jacques Tardi of the homonymous crime novel by Léo Malet, which I never read, it is a succession of grey, […]
Half Page Inking Done!
How blots of black make all the difference! To my eyes, character and settings pop up, alive, instead of laying in dull flatness. The clumsy world in my head is coming into palpable existence. There is emotion, movement and atmosphere. I can even hear noises and the character’s voices. Will the same happen to you?
End Of Page 1
Done! Finally I found myself focused and finished the first page. Now it’s time to press the gas. No more distractions, insecurities and prejudiced uncertainties. I can do it! And I love doing it. Nothing should prevent me from work, dedication and fun. There is a story to tell and a universe to share. All […]
I Love This!
Writing, drawing and coloring a story! Conceiving a visual world and describe people’s lives in it! Witness the joy of readers! Darn! Will I achieve that? I’m coloring the first page. The pace has been excruciating slow but I intend to change that. I decided to buy a domain and monetize this blog. (My apologies […]