26 April 2010

June 2010







Quanto tempo dall'ultimo post...
Alcune matite tratte dall'albo di Julia in uscita a giugno, cercando di non spoilerare. Ho già parlato della storia in questo post. Per l'ambientazione ringrazio di cuore i miei carissimi amici Elena, Katia ed Antonio (rispettivamente architetti ed ingegnere) che mi hanno edotto in materia di cantieri con un dossier fotografico preso sul campo, insomma questa volta avremo un pizzico di Bologna a Garden City!
Julia #141, storia: Berardi-Calza, Sergio Bonelli editore.

A long time since the last post...
Some pencils from my new album of Julia, I've picked them out from the 126 pages stack trying to avoid spoliers. It's the story I mentioned here, set in the world of construction workers. A couple of dear friends of mine, architect Elena and Katia and engineer Antonio, have been of invaluable help providing dozens of pictures of a construction site they preojected, my deep gratitude goes to them !
Julia #141, story: Berardi-Calza. Sergio Bonelli editore.






E qualche vignetta in anteprima dal quinto volume di Thomas Silane, il secondo capitolo di un ciclo di tre albi che si concluderà nel 2011. Più informazioni qui.
Storia: Buendia-Chanoinat, colori: Cyril Saint-Blancat. Grand Angle/Bamboo edition

And some panels from Thomas Silane 5, the second chapter of the three album cycle started last year, for more info check this link.
Story by Buendia-Chanoinat, colors by Cyril Saint-Blancat. Grand Angle/Bamboo edition

15 comments:

Alan said...

Finally, a new post - a pleasure. I love especially the panels on the fifth page of pencils - great scene with the man and child. And the perspective in the colour panel with the policemen. Great stuff.
(Thanks, by the way, for the comment on my blog ages ago: I will post something new soon)

Craig Phillips said...

Wow. Really great panel work. Very very nice!

Roberto Zaghi said...

Alan,
the domestic scenes with the baby was interesting and funny to do, indeed. Thank you. I'm looking forward to seeing new sketches of yours!

Craig,
thanks a lot, glad you like them:)

Dylan said...

Amazing stuff Roberto, worth the wait! I love that last panel such an interesting composition with the trees, brilliant!

Johanna Urban said...

Hello! Thank you for you comment, and WOW! Have you made these illustrations, they are so good! Amazing!

xx
ART, http://johannaurban.blogspot.com

Roberto Zaghi said...

Dylan, Johanna,

thanks! Glad you like them :)

Peter Breese said...

Fantastic my friend! All are great to see.

Pagas said...

Quanta bella roba!

Le matite sono strepitose!!!

Ciao
Paolo

Marco Roblin said...

Oh yes!
Amazing! Awesome work Roberto! Those lines are very well traced and the frames, the still frames movie-like as always! Roberto the Director! Those colored panels...wow! You manage to put the artistic eye so well! Congrats my friend!
Cheers!

Roberto Zaghi said...

Peter, Pagas, Marco

... Thanks guys! You're too kind. I'm going to post the inks next week, hope you'll like them too :)

Ned said...

sei proprio bravo... le illustrazioni sono bellissime...
e complimenti per le tue matite... io non riesco mai a farle così precise...

Ned
http://www.unmondomigliore.net/

Dominic Bugatto said...

Wonderful pages , nice pacing and story telling.

Roberto Zaghi said...

Ned:

ciao e grazie! La "precisione" forse deriva dalla formazione scientifica (ero quasi un chimico) e temo di scontarla un po' a livello di morbidezza delle figure, che spesso mi riescono un po' rigidine, dovrei fare più studi dal vero!

Dominic:

thanks a lot mate :)

Pippa said...

fantastic, the cat running is lovely, you caught the moment so well!

Roberto Zaghi said...

Thanks Pippa! And welcome!