Archives mensuelles : juillet 2016
Another portrait of Jean Dujardin, with different media. Sketched with graphite pencils, coloured with oil pastels and a soft pastel (for the background), colour pencils and – the experimental idea of the day – a kohl pencil.
Here is the finished cartoon-style drawing of Jean Dujardin as screen-adapted comics character Lucky Luke… Yes, this description was funny to write. The ink drawing was coloured with colour pencils plus a touch of soft pastels in the background. Yeehaw!
A new step in the handmade cartoonization of Jean Dujardin as Lucky Luke: drawing the character with ink. The waistcoat is in black to better evoke the comics character created by Belgian designer Morris.
Today I’m trying to reverse the tendency of turning comics characters into films with real actors. Or maybe is it more complicated than that… I’m trying to turn into a comics character a real actor playing the part of a … Lire la suite
A marsupilami is a friendly marsupial with incredible strength that lives in Palombia. It first appeared in 1952 in a « Spirou et Fantasio » comic, thanks to André Franquin who also created the uproarious « Gaston Lagaffe » comics. In 1987, the marsipulami … Lire la suite
A tribute to the « Asterix and Obelix » comics, created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo in 1959. Dogmatix first appeared in 1965. Drawn with ink and a blue colour pencil.
A tribute to Belgian comics designer Hergé (1907 – 1983), the father of European comics, who created Tintin in 1929. His comics have been translated into 49 languages worldwide… Here are Tintin and Snowy, drawn with ink and colour pencils.