In order to draw robots, I had to create them. I realized that once I finished the thumbnails and the pages stood there, blank, looking at me. It's not going to be the same as drawing people. It's not something I do all the time. Every time you have to do something new, you should prepare, study, get comfortable with what you're going to do. When you get confident, you'll transport this confidence to the page, and say it like you mean it.
This robot, I created right after breakfast. I hope it was the coffee running through my veins that helped me, for I drank a lot of coffee this morning and I'll sure need it today.
Today: page one. And two, if possible.
You never know.
Clicking here you'll find a preview of Casanova 7, out this wednesday. We got or copies on friday, and the last chapter of this first album looks beautiful.
Reads beautifully as well.
Also, Christopher Butcher is doing a review (or analisis) of every issue of Casanova this week, so that should be fun.