Designing Retro Spaceships and Pugs!

In a way, it seems a pity that the spaceships we have today haven’t followed the path that science fiction had imagined in the ’50s. Because if not, nowadays, we could be flying in ships like this one. En cierta forma me parece una lástima que las naves espaciales con las que trabajamos hoy en…

Libres, vivas, y juntas!

“To become the person someone else had imagined for us is not freedom – it is to mortgage our life to someone else’s fear. If we cannot at least imagine we are free, we are living a life that is wrong for us.” Deborah Levy “Convertirse en la persona que alguien más ha imaginado para…

Nube and Pluc Art Post!

Today we have a short post for two reasons: One, I spent the first half of the week travelling (and not drawing), and the rest of the days until today sleeping. Two, we are in March for three days now and I cannot understand how I spent all summer and I still haven’t finished my…

Artist and Finals! Catch up!

The one pleasant surprise I felt when returning to the school material I did two years ago, is that most of the stuff I worked on back then if I redesigned them today, would stay the same. Actually, I don’t know if that means that I didn’t grow much, or at least, that the designs…

2019 San Valentines Card!

She smiled at him. And then it arose and struck Vimes that, in her own special category, she was quite beautiful; this was the category of all the women, in his entire life, who had ever thought he was worth smiling at.  She couldn’t do worse, but then, he couldn’t do better.  So maybe it…

Briarworld and Character design

The original title for this post: “Briarworld and how much time should I spend designing the characters? I shouldn’t have put so many flowers on this guy, I’m going to hate him by page fifteen”. Around March, or April of last year, Derek Kunsken (whom you can remember from this post, and you should follow…

Inktober Compilation

Have you ever had things to do? We are not talking about important things, but little to-do’s, such as changing the light bulb in the entrance door, planting the cactus to a bigger pot, and taking down the Halloween decorations from the front yard once and for all. Have you ever made a To-Do-List, to…

Megan and Derrick’s Wedding Comic

One of the best works I did last year was, without a doubt, this beautiful comic specially requested by Derrick and Megan Crow. I met Derrick through The Comic Jam. We made a short comic together called Circular Narrative (which you can see here), and we became friends right away. Derrick Crow writes not only…

Anthology Publications II

Before talking about the second publication last year, I’m going to talk about The Comic Jam and the people I met there. If you look a little lower at the posts of the past year, you will see that there are many entries of the comics that I made for the group. The basic idea…

Anthology Publications

During 2018 I got published for the first time on paper, in two different anthologies. The first one was a long-term project, on which I worked for almost two months. The second one was a sudden opportunity, and I worked for little more than two weeks. And I will talk more about it next week,…