New job: El Viudo, El Fin Del Luto
Want to share with you guys something I’ve been working on lately… and it started several years ago.
With Rodrigo Campos we developed the first El Viudo story named “el Fin Del Luto”, which can be translated as “The end of mourn” long 5 years ago. It was pitched on the NGI International Meeting where publishers like IDW’s Chris Ryall taught us the real chilean comic book artist status.
After publishing last june the El Viudo Book “La Cueca del Manco”, (Dogitía, 2014) – which also can be translated as “the One-handed man cueca” Oscar Salas, Dogitía’s publisher asked us to re-do that 12 page story.
Now, 4 years and more than 200 inked pages after, the change is ridiculously notorious. Here’s a small gallery for you to see.
Back in the day I used mostly a Pentel Brush Pen for all the El Viudo looks. this time I turned into my trustful Hunt 102 quill with some Windsor and Newton Series 7 #0 Brush only for the hair and water ground effects and some details.
This new issue will be presumably published next november in order to match with Chile’s book Fair.
Hope you like it.