For the upcoming theatrical release of Justice League (wich part of me still hope will be the best movie ever), a theater in my city want to make an exposition about Superhero.
Friends of mine and I were ask to make some illustrations about those superpowered people, here is the first one I made : The Wonder Duo !
Those ones are a total invention from me but the next one will be about Teen Titans, a show I loved back in the day 🙂
Unlike this blog, I updated Scavenger quite regularly (not as much as I would like but it’s not due to lack of trying at least) and a bit has happen storywise.
If you want to check it out :
Oh and by the way, I have a twitter account now : https://twitter.com/CribeilletC
Here is the third cover of Scavenger, I’m heading toward a big fight scene, that’s going to be challenging to draw !
Also a peek at the chapter, it was a small one unfortunatly
It’s funny to go back and forth between Scavenger and Cold Hell.
At first I made Scavenger to draw something different from Cold Hell so now I’m juggling between a fun story with carefree and jovial heroes and another post-apocalyptic one where everyone is angry (and has every right to be, poor people, they were drawn in the wrong world).
Also, I never mentionned it but my facebook page should appear in English for non-French people (at least if you live in an English/Spanish/Portuguese/German speaking country), feel free to check it out 🙂
For this episode of my webcomic, I took a huge step, I totally left Photoshop and did everything on Clip Paint Studio. I feel so lost.
If you want to read Scavenger you can either go on Tapas or Webtoons 🙂
Or you can read it on your phone and tablet trough their apps !
A little fight scene, do I need to say it’s once again inspired by manga ?
To me the best thing with mangas is their onomatopeia. When I have a fight scene or a gun fight to draw, I can’t bring myself to write a “pow”, “boum” or “taratata”.
It’s probably a question of alphabet, Japanese one feels a lot more like drawing than the Latin one and is more angular wich adds the strenght wanted to the picture.
Or it may be because I suck at onomatopeias, by the way, in this drawing, it’s just black scribbles.