Sunday, October 16, 2005
There is one thing I did not mention from my last convention trip in Toronto.
I usually use the time I'm there to go and show my portfolio to various studios and artists. After all, I'm a freelancer, so I have to be seen to be hired...One of those studios was the Mirage Studio, publisher of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I had the opportunity to chat with Peter Laird, one of the original creators. Seem he liked my art enough to recommend me to his producer...So two weeks ago, they get back to me to do a try-out for some art to be published in "Tales of the TMNT". You can see in the portfolio folder, the Leonardo drawings I've done as a test. They liked it, so soon you'll see some of my comic art there.
It's about time I did more pencils in a comic book. I think the last time I did my own pencil and art AND was credited was the Johnny Dollar book.
Saturday, October 15, 2005
I've made some upgrades to this site and the webcomic site.
The portfolio has a better presentation. There, you'll now be able to see part of the art I did for Quebec's schoolbooks in the course of the last year. These books were mostly about the history of the Americas from the early days to the 16th century. You'll also see some of the art I did for Safarir.
The links have been moved from the webcomics page to the main site, with all the others. That way the webcomic will avoid the cluttered look.
I've also repaired the store. For a while there was a problem with ordering with Paypal. That should be okay now. By the way, if you are a reader of the webcomic, did you know that the present story is reprinted from the comic book? So if you want to own these stories, you can without copying the art to your computer disk. And you can learn what happens before the other online readers!