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Summer is almost over but the heatwave around here is holding on. So, personal elaborate paintings are way too hard to do. Instead I’m practicing my sketching into a simpler, more expressing look. At the same time I study gestures and faces, clothing and headgear, and other referenced stuff for my -always on development- graphic novel script.

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My main influences are Hugo Pratt, Jordi Bernet, Carlos Ezquerra, Brett Weldele, Glenn Fabry and Steve Dillon among a myriad others. Most of those were my “comic book godfathers” of my youth. I owe them most of my constant fascination with comic books. So, my story will have influences from all of them visually and mainly from Pratt storywise.

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One of the reasons that I try for a looser, simplified look -apart from the obvious which is to “read” easy- is because, as a side project, I do it to have fun! Let’s say it again: Fun!
Let me clarify. I love my job. I consider every project a pleasant way to earn money no matter the challenge. But I don’t consider every single one of them fun. Thus, a side project on which I will have my fun creating a story I would love to read myself with art just the way I enjoy it.
I have no idea when it will be done but keep an eye out. ;-)

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