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Simon Bisley

Some years ago in the already far nineties of the past century. I was at Angulemacomic fair, i get in the bus retouring to the hostel and i stare the treasure i bought for some francs, It was an incredible work by one ilustrator unknown for me, full of strenght and with incredible drawings. I [...]

August 25th, 2017|Books, Comic, Illustration, Sin categoría|

Conan the Barbarian

We have lost the count of how many times, in more or less trustful publications, the origin of Conan the Barbarian is atributed to comics. But, from where this pop icon comes? Conan was created by the prodigious and fast pen of the texan Robert E Howard, a writer who has a great easyness to [...]

August 11th, 2017|Characters, Comic, Illustration|

Esad Ribic

Sometimes the comics world needs a comeback and reinvent itself, in other occasions, the modernity has to return to the origins and the clasicism to rmember better times. When i see works of that animator, drawer and painter born in Croatia in 1972, i feel the same as when i see the covers by Steve [...]

August 4th, 2017|Comic, Illustration|

BORIS VALLEJO & JULIE BELL

The convination in a matrimony of awesome artists, is not a so common thing but not imposible. He es from Perú but living in USA for lot of time and she is a well known bodybuilder. Boris Vallejo is a name that brings to mind an epoque of outstanding covers about barbarians, female warriors and [...]

July 28th, 2017|Illustration|

Joseph Christian Leyendecker

That entry is thought to be a homage for the ilustrators of the common things that succed before the colour photography was a thing, wonderful chronists of the reality with an excelent technique. Leyendecher, a german ilustrator, and a very good Norman Rockwell's friend but with an style that could be defined as less hyperrealist [...]

July 21st, 2017|Illustration, Painters|

How to develope a concept part 2

Today we retake that section of the blog with a new entry about the planing about our characters. You could see the first entry on How to develope a concept part 1. We are going to focus on the dwarf character: As we did with the character itself searching in several sources, iconographical, references, other [...]

July 20th, 2017|Concepts, Illustration, Work in progress|

Alex Ross

How Lynette C. Ross could imagined that her son Alex, who not only heritaged her huge talent as a cover drawer and designer, but that also brought hiperrealism, in some way, to comics and not only covers and his habilities were complemented with a narrative and evocative capabilities from outer limits? One of Ross' more [...]

July 14th, 2017|Comic, Illustration|

Barry Windsor-Smith

The people who know him says that his ego is as big as his talent, but in this occassion, this suposed ego is totally justified. That british that could get into the american comic industry drawing Spiderman, some other Marvel characters and, later, Conan the Barbarian, is one of that examples of uncontrolled evolution to [...]

July 7th, 2017|Comic, Illustration|

Charles Vess

Several times you discover an ilustrator or comic drawer by one of his works, and after that, you try to get all his works, because obviously a well done works becomes in an adiction to the viewer. My own meeting with that curiously "celt" virginian was when he began with one of his mainstream works, [...]

June 9th, 2017|Comic, Illustration|

P. Craig Rusell

Dreams cold be drawn, magic could be drawn, in that section we have seen a lot of ilustrators who drew diabolic or nightmarish creatures, but today we are going to show a bit of light in so many darkness. P. Craig Rusell were famoust to be the first great comic ilustrator to declare himself gay [...]

June 2nd, 2017|Comic, Illustration|

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