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06-15-2006, 05:34 PM
Too much time without show nothing here, hope you like it!
Lamentably, another new page to file.
It will do company to many others that already have happened through their same experience. This one was a project for a French editor. They were a set of 4 pages, everything drawn in 2 weeks (considering that I work all the days nine hours, I thing it's very fast). Finally the publisher saw them and said: "No. This is too much cartoon ".
So, the sentence is dictated.
I hope that, it'll serve to me as samples to other publishers.
Publishers, I'm back again!!!!!! :D
06-15-2006, 05:45 PM
Nice! The only crit I have is that I would have liked to see him come over the railing in panel three. I think that might be more fluid storytelling.
06-15-2006, 06:24 PM
Ok it is much cartoon but is also a great work, I like a lot your style, man, good details and very clean, don't worry, this one may be didn't make it but there will be more projects. ¡Animo!. :)
06-15-2006, 06:39 PM
damn man! love ur stuff! keep up!
wow! this is very nice man. It kinda reminds me of the energy I got when checking out Battle Chasers.. Even though it's a different style it seems like it has a similiar life to the art... if ya know what i mean...
This should be in the sequentials though...lol
If you got more pages post em buddy! :)
06-16-2006, 12:53 AM
very cool-show more!
06-16-2006, 07:24 AM
Thx a lot for your comments, guys!!
Glad you like my style!!! :banana:
06-16-2006, 10:40 AM
Looks great. And I love Barcelona too :D . Beautiful city and nice people. Now finish your church :laugh:
06-16-2006, 06:23 PM
Oh, I know! You're talking about "la sagrada familia" of Gaudi :)
Barcelona is a beautiful place!
Glad you like my work, man! :bounce:
06-17-2006, 05:21 AM
Don't worry about that publisher, there's more out there. Great work. Nice and clean, very fluid. I mostly love the way you really moved the camera angles in this one page. That really helps to draw the viewer into the world this comic takes place in.
06-17-2006, 09:56 AM
I like the style,composition and specially the panel #2 keep going (do you speak spanish) :banana:
06-17-2006, 02:52 PM
moving to sequential forum
I really like this. Cool style and nice action.
06-18-2006, 04:11 PM
This is great. Full of life and very animated. Cool stuff. That editors retarded for not using you.
06-18-2006, 04:56 PM
Nice work. Great eye direction. I, too, found the transition a little too fast from panels 4 to 5, from the spear hitting the wood to all of a sudden an entire band of pirates appearing. How did they get there? Were they from another ship or are they the ship's crew? This could have been answered through an additional panel or by reworking panel 5 to include the "walk-on".
Did the editor specify a particular style to the art for the project? To simply say it's too cartoony doesn't sound straightforward enough. Obviously their wasn't enough direction given and you lost out because of it.
06-20-2006, 01:58 PM
shushubag: Thanks, glad u like the camera angles!
salvador raga: Claro, hablo español, soy de españa! :laugh: me alegra que te guste el 2º panel!
Steve Robinson: I don’t understand!?! :blink:
Thanks a lot OZ!
Hope that the editors listen you, npitarra :banana:
creativesynergy: Thanks! Yeah, the transition on panels 4 and 5 are very fast. Mea culpa. :cool: The pirates are the ship's crew.
About the editor, they don’t specify any style or similar, only say: “It’s too cartoony”. Only this. Obviously they don’t’ want something like my style.
Bad luck :cry:
06-20-2006, 08:45 PM
It's interesting that they don't specify a style. Obviously they saw some samples in order for them to consider you for the project.
As an editor, I choose an artist for a project based on a few criteria, one of which is their style or style variation and how it enhances/plays off of the story. Not all styles will work with a given story, especially if you consider your target market. Pirate stories can be presented in so many different artistic styles, from animated to anime, photorealistic to film noir. It really depends on who you want to buy the book.
You've got talent. Keep up the great work!
06-21-2006, 07:30 AM
Yes, creative. I was surpresed for the editor's answer: too cartony, but they don't say anything more. I know that they could say me that they are want a realistic style but they don't say nothing. I don't know. :blink:
Thanks! Hope that I find the correct way to publish it! :bounce:
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