Will’s fishing plan for season 2. ^^;
(Background tile by Zebiii)
“Fleurs qui ne se fanent pas" (flowers that don’t fade)
Exhibition at Angouleme’s international comics festival, 2014, about the Korean women abducted and raped by Japanese soldiers during the war.
This exhibition was AMAZING. I was blown away by the beauty and quality of the pages, and the incredible diversity of the choices the artists made to talk about those tragic events and testimonies. In the last room there was a wall covered with little messages left by the visitors, in many different languages, to support the victims of the war.
I left it with tears in my eyes but I was also extremely impressed by the authors’ talents: Jeong Ki-young, Kim Gwang-sung, Tak Young-ho, Lee Hyun-se, Baek Sung-min, Park Jae-dong, Cho Kwan-je, Oh Sé-young, Ahn Soo-cheol, Kang Hyo-suk, Kang Do-ha, Park Kun-woong, Keum Suk Gendry-Kim. (Sorry for the bad photos.)
Guido Buzzelli's “HP” exhibition
Angouleme 2014 comicsfestival, CIBDI.
Buzzelli was the best at drawing horses. ;3;
Essai de plume sur bristol gris = fail. Le papier fait baver le trait. T_T
Made for gifs, really.
Je ne veux plus remettre l’existence à plus tard.
This was one of my top new year’s resolutions: “In 2014, I will draw jellyfish-pigs.” My career has reached a new level. I don’t think you can consider yourself a complete artist if you haven’t draw jellyfish-pigs at least once.
You might take a moment to bow before these majestic creatures.
I have quite a precise idea of who these cats are and a few scripts about their silly story… for when I will be able to draw them better, maybe. *sigh*