The fantastic Nate Williams
very kindly interviewed me about the process of creating 'Ouroboros' over at Illustrationmundo
, where you can see early stage sketchbook drawings of the comic, you can read this verbal exchange HERE
. Creative Review even picked 'Ouroboros' to be in their 'very nice publications' for March section, clickity clack HERE
to peruse. Finally, the AOI
featured it on their blog with some very positive (if misspelt) words, tap that mouse HERE
to go there.
Below are a few unused images from the illustratiomundo interview. First up is the pencil sketch and colour final of page 7.
Pencil sketch and colour final of page 18.
nice toys! they all seem very strong...superman..a super muscley man toy...scary dinosaur..just a comment!
You may not be able to tell but I'm not fat it's just I like to relax my super muscles too much.
PS- I feel a bit sad after your news this morning.
Awesome! I just ordered a copy!!!
Thanks, Luc. I hope you enjoy it.
HOLY MOLEY! Hey Buddy it's good to see Ouroboroborosos* getting the praise and spotlight it deserves! it really is a masterful creation and it's lovely to see the workings out here too. I know you worked damn hard on it but other people may not have thought about just how much blood, sweat and tea goes into these things. Nice one mister!
* That's how you spell it right AOI?
Thanks, Nick! A lot of tea definitely went into it. I'll see you real soon.
It's funny, I've also ordered Nick White's book. I wasn't familiar with his work but the book looks very inspiring and the title is brilliant: "People I've Never Met & Conversations I've Never Had." Irresistible!
Hey Luc, you won't be disappointed, Nick's book is amazing and really really funny.
I received my copy of OUROBOROS. Brilliant!!! It's exiting, funny and touching at the same time. Very good storytelling and I know it's not easy without words. You're a colorist too, what you did with those three colors is amazing. Nick's book is awesome too. Vous etes trop forts les gars! Bravo!
My eyes nearly fell out of my head when I saw that toy. Can't wait for it to be on my desk. Awesome work. Really admire the screen printing technique to create color variations and the attention to design. Really nice work!
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