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  • Don’t believe everything you watch on TV

    Don’ believe everything you watch on TV is the new weekly comic strip by Cosmo. Yes, for the first time WEEKLY and in two languages, English and Spanish! No creáis todo lo que ponen en la tele es la nueva tira cómica semanal de Cosmo. Si, ¡por primera vez SEMANAL y en dos idiomas, inglés […]

  • The Shade of A Tree

    The Shade of A Tree

    The Shade of a Tree Solo piano by Manolo González The Shade of A Tree is the title of a beautiful solo piano piece, composed and played by my friend Manolo González. I thought of this pencil on paper of an Underwood typewriter I had drawn some time ago, as a good visual metaphor of the […]

  • Happy Wedding

    This how Little Annie and Cosmo wished Happy Wedding to a couple of good friends of mine who got married today. I invite you to use this animated gif if you wish for your next weddings…

  • Pin Ups

    This will be the first of a series of pin ups, which will include some classic comic book characters and some new ones created by me. The art for this pinup was inked and colored digitally, from a pencil on paper drawing done from a photo. Once more, I followed the tracks of Kirby’s style, […]

  • Jack Kirby’s 98th Birthday

    Jack Kirby’s 98th Birthday A tribute to Jack “the King” Kirby and his art Jack Kirby’s 98th birthday was a big reason to collaborate for the first time with The Kirby Museum, through its page Kirby Vision, which celebrates Jack Kirby’s art with contributions from a great group of fans. I used as a reference […]

  • Renegades’ Fall Splash Page

    Every story has a beginning, and this is Renegades’ Fall’s way, a splash page. Where and when: we learn that in this very first panel, we’ll see how and why a little bit later. You will be able to follow Renegades’ Fall through its main page, here at The Graphic Path.

  • The Nebula Project video

    The Nebula Project video

    The Nebula Project Video Official comic book trailer of The Nebula Project comic book If you had to promote your book,… how would you do it? I think the final cut of The Nebula Project video promotion, produced by the Canadian agency Uppercut as a result of having won the Best Seller comic book trailer contest, […]

  • “Renegades’ Fall”: A Western Comic

    The Western, for me, is THE GENRE. It tells us about an era that doesn’t exist any more and explores the battle between the frontier and “no man’s land”, the rule of law and the insurgency, the wilderness and civilization,… In Western films there is a perpetual confrontation between these concepts. Their characters must choose […]

  • Olivia Dunham

    Fringe was a TV show that glued me to the tube. Thriller, mystery and sci-fi, all put together with a good bunch of characters, beginning with the beautiful Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv), followed by the great, great Dr. Walter Bishop (John Noble). Fringe was a kind of modern X-Files, where the parallel universes idea was […]

  • Young Mr. Fonda

    This is a portrait of a young Henry Fonda, maybe by the time he was playing Young Mr. Lincoln, but without the President’s characteristic “long nose”. I used a photograph reference for this pencil sketch, as I usually do with all the head shots. In that era Hollywood movies were in black & white, so […]

  • Paula’s eyes

    A first sketch of my people, this time my beautiful niece Paula, who looks at me with an interrogation sign in her eyes, full of innocence. This portrait is drawn with pencil, photographed with my cell and the last step was a little bit of digital retouching, just to correct the color and contrast.

  • Citizen Kane

    When Orson Welles took the challenge to direct his first movie he regarded John Ford’s Stagecoach as a guide of how to make a movie. That’s why he watched it over 40 times during the making of Citizen Kane, and took good note of how the angles of the camera were chosen or how the […]