Sunday, May 31, 2009

What the Hell do I know?

Another Hellina short story (10 pages). Written by Doug Myers. Threshold #50. April 2003. Avatar Press. I enjoyed so much drawing these pages. When we reach the next one, you'll see how much.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Sounds of Hell

A couple pages for Avatar Press' Hellina #0.
I was credited as Loren Hernández (it is my second surname).
This one was my first job for the USA market.
By the way: I don´t have this issue. If someone can send me some copies, I'll be very grateful.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Colors of the snow

Tim is working now on the second page. He says that this sample is not definitive, although I think it's pretty good.
Just take a look yourself.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Better shots

Some of the Marvel trading cards in a better resolution. Well, better than the old ones...

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

All over the world

Yesterday was a record day of visits in this blog. I'm very glad and thankful to all of you for making this such a great experience!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Cimmerian colors

My friend Tim Tilley ( is a freelance colorist who is doing now his magic in the Conan's short history you've seen in b/w.
I am eager to see all these colored pages. By now, you can verify how he's doing with the first one.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

High ground

This one is the last illustration for the Anna Mercury's Artbook. I tried to flee of known poses and draw something different. In this one I was trying to capture the movement, but avoiding computer tricks, like motion blur or panning. At the time, I was inking with a pentel brush, I was very proud of the shades I could make in the engine and the smoke. This time, I really really love the colors by Digikore.
Again, pin-up in three stages.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Do I look all right?

This was my very first pin-up for the Anna Mercury's series. I didn't knew the character at all, so I used the typical pose for a female one. Colors, again, by Digikore.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Both lives

Anna Mercury's new illustration for Avatar Press. This time, my favorite of the five I drew. I title it as "Two Anna Mercury's lives". I liked the idea of superposing both personalities of the character. I was so satisfied with the drawing that I it used as cover for my portfolio in the Granada Comi-Con '09.
Again, three versions: the original illustration, the fake cover from Previews, and the colored one by Digikore.