“Today, in our field, there is so much talent and recognition that we are reaching a saturation point. An artist should no longer strive only for breathtaking craftsmanship; he should, instead, try to help us live better, either by dressing the wounds that are constantly being opened by society, or by offering solutions to get us out of the mess we’re in…But it’s going to be difficult and we have a lot of work to do.” - Jean 'Moebius' Giraud

Thursday, December 11, 2008

TIED. TIDE? TIED._sketch



A woman who is smart enough to accept a reality.

17 comments:

Josh said...

One of the things I like about your work the most is the backgrounds. You really know how to create a real story within a scene. It's a snapshot of someone's life.

Frank Forte said...

real nice.

becky said...

UGHHH ITS JUST SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!

Reynes said...

Beautifull and very expressive.

geoffroy said...

more and more better ! Scuse me for my english ;)

samacleod said...

Awesome man. Awesome. Love seeing pen drawings of rain.

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Great atmosphere beautiful composition!

andres alvez said...

Tus trabajos son muy buenos!!!!

Ame said...

Hi ! thank you for the lovely comment about my works! what can a I say? Your drawings are beautiful, I like your versions of classic characters, very original.
I got you in my links, to visit you more!
best wishes from Argentina !
Ame.

Brian said...

Wow. You really know how to set a scene and capture a mood. Great piece of single panel story telling.

DAN-VAN-COOL said...

Nice to see these non superhero pieces. Although there my favorite.

Wonderful worm Eric.

aris said...

All I can say is.... beautiful.

mo said...

Good god. You really are my favorite illustrator. Every sketch blows my mind.

SWAiN said...

Great narrative and I haven't seen rain that good since Eisner. And that, my friend...is the ultimate compliment!

Take care!

Djordje Zutkovic said...

Really nice sketch!! Feels like it could be a scene in a movie! Nice work!

Pablo Vaquero said...

Hi my name is Pablo Vaquero of Argentina and after visiting this blog I would like to give me an opinion on my work

Chrispy said...

you know Sean Galloway is one of my closest friends, and mentors. And when i first met him about 6 years ago, the best advice he gave me was to tell stories with whatever you draw, and it will relate to any person. I say this because you seem to have MASTERED this ability to communicate the BROADEST stories with the most non-chalant simplicity, great stuff man, PEACE!