Thursday, December 29, 2011

Here is another page from the book. I have been very disciplined to stay away from the PS3 over the Holidays so far, and have done 4 pages. This one is straight out of the oven. I hope to do a couple more at least before heading back to work. I have a blast doing that book, and never tire of it.


Friday, December 23, 2011

Cat Girl

Here is a little commission i have done yesterday. It had been a while since i drew a girl last.

Monday, December 5, 2011


Preparing for the upcoming signing and exhibition/sale next friday (see card up there), i stumbled upon those couple of sketches. I admit not really remembering when i did those, (one of those drink/draw night i guess, with one drink too many). But judging from the chosen colours, i guess i must have been feeling somewhat patriotic then.....


Thursday, November 17, 2011


Me and my friend Christophe will be at booth T0 5 at the CTN Expo, in Burbank.
I'll also have copies of my 2 previous sketchbooks "Diz Dat Doz" and "Diz Dat Doz Deux".

Christophe will have copies of his "Moonshine" Book , and buckets of prints from his own illustrations.

See you there.


Monday, October 24, 2011

2/3rds done!

Page 79 here, and 40 more to go!! weeeeeee!!....

Thursday, September 15, 2011

another page

....this week's page... I need to find a way to be faster though...

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Little session between Chris and i the other night. Everybody else was scared away by Chris' swift brushes and too tight "Marcel"....
I took the opportunity to carry on roughing out thumbnails for my graphic novel, "Ma Reverence", written masterfully by Wilfrid Lupano.

......and here is a little sneak peek at my forthcoming new sketchbook, published by my favorite comic book store "House of Secrets", in Burbank.

Monday, July 25, 2011

.....Brushes are getting a kick out of slumber.....

Hey guys!
After having been to San Diego Comicon for (only) one day, and picking up some cool books, i was motivated to draw for fun.

Here is another "Dear John" doodle, trying to be more illustrative than i have been in the past.
I want my drawings to convey a story first, and try to put more care on composition.
I think the "blacks" are very random and unbalanced here. The black pants/boots attract the eyes too much. I should have tried a few variations first. But hey....
I was kinda happy with the crossing diagonal lines, and the last minute "tags" on that sign though, for explicit mood from that poor guy.

I am inspired to draw some tender scenes of lovers too, and have a bit of fun with brushes and paper, since i mostly draw on Cintiq nowadays.

Tomorrow, tuesday 26th, the gang and i will finally have another sketching session, which we had to put aside for waaaayyyyy too long. I (or we) will share the moment.


Friday, May 13, 2011

Another page from the French BD i am working on during my
(too little) spare time...
Amazing script from Wilfrid Lupano.

Cool little session last night.... It felt like we were back on the saddle. :)

I wanted here to do a little "style " exercise, minimizing the designs.

Chris' doodles, here. Of course.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Another little strip "out of the oven" from tonight...


Wednesday, May 4, 2011


I know ...i know; you have seen this before!

Khublai Khan !!!!

....on Marco's Polo path !


Sunday, May 1, 2011

Still having fun telling those anecdotes .....


Thursday, April 7, 2011

........."Dear John".........

I have grown veeeeeeery tired of drawing chicks without context, like this kind bellow.

I am putting together another sketchbook and ran through drawings inspired by the DB's ( monthly threads for the past few years, and found myself
very sad of having lost that storytelling "drive", which was necessary for those back then.
So i decided to give a go at context once more, and called this sketch bellow "Dear John",
illustrating separation, obviously........


Wednesday, January 12, 2011

...Hulk collab'.....rodguen/Daniel James Cox.....

A talented collaborator of the has taken an old crummy little sketch of mine and made a great painting.
Check out Daniel's website. Talented guy!!