Saturday, January 30, 2010

The principle of things

This was the first proposal for our character, Sage, we sent to our publisher. My brother sent an outline of the script and I attach a couple of pencilled pages. All this seemed to be enough, because we had green light for our series. I am sorry about the quality of reproduced pages, but I don't have the original and I am posting directly from a scan of the comic page where it was published.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Bunch of oldies

An old work than you already have seen some pages: Mortualia. From a closeup of the main character, Plague, to a splash-page, only to show the storytelling that I was doing 10-11 years ago, early into my professional career...

Thursday, January 14, 2010


Cromsblood from (if you are a true fan of sword & sorcery genre, please: visit the blog. You do not be let down), was kind enough to translate my Conan's short story Hunters.
Now I'm using that translation for you all to see.
Y'know: big hugs to Cromsblood!

Monday, January 11, 2010

So many visits...

So many visits lately. I only want to say "hello" to all the brand new friends from all places like Sydney (Australia), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Garland, Marietta, New Hampshire, Camarillo (United States), Hamm (Germany), Kamloops (Canada), London (United Kingdom), Athens (Greece), Reims (France), Tampere (Finland) and -thanks God- almost all the cities from Spain.
Thanks to all of you for seeing and, I hope, enjoying this artwork.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Wrap me single cover!

It's time to continue with the hypothetical lizard and other oddities from Mr. Moore. If in the previous post I showed the wraparound cover for the #1, now I'm showing the standard cover for the same issue. It is customary for Avatar Comics to launch the same number with two or three different cover versions. Now I'm not sure I showed this picture before, I think if I did, it was with the logo --that's why there's so much room at the top of the cover-- and color edited.
Hypothetical evil memory ...

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Blinded Tower

This is the wraparound cover that I drew for the Hypothetical Lizard #1. Before receiving the script I was told that the story unfolded in a magical and mysterious world, full of witches, wizards and mystical and mythological beings. So I drew what I considered a dream world filled with flying carpets, gnomes, trolls and big towers for sorcerers. (Anecdote: I introduced an homage to a symbol of my hometown, Cartagena. It's called Blinded Tower: The oldest towershaped monuments preserved in the Iberian Peninsula).