September 18, 2013
Usually, at signing events, everyone is in a hurry and a quick sketch is required.
But sometimes, I do have the free time to do a satisfying drawing in a comic book. Here, The General’s Garden, interior pages, with the protagonist, the young mischievous Chaaas.
May 22, 2013
Here’s the results of a burst of production last weekend, of my new manga project.
January 15, 2011
December 21, 2010
December 5, 2010
November 24, 2010
The delay had several causes, among them work, and trying to get more circulation to this Webcomic.
Chaaas finds to his dismay that the general’s gardener has a good grip on his staff!
It stems from a Michel Vaillant graphic novel I read in childhood. His strong friend Steve Warson was attacked by an angry (but quite older) farmer with a fork. He simply grabs the fork, and the old man tried to pull it back, without success.
August 22, 2010
August 3, 2010
Lar Chlaan ne s’en laisse pas imposer par le jardinier du général!
Le père de Chaaas exerce le métier d’archiviste à Talmur. Il porte son mini lien (avec l’intelligence centrale de la ville) dans sa poche.
Lar Chlaan stares back at the bigger Plezar. Chaaas’s father is an archivist. He wears a minicomp in his breast pocket.
July 12, 2010
Chaaas is sand-sailing near his hometown.
This is a pencil drawing I made for the first Chaaas’Quest novel cover. Chaaas is older on this one.
July 1, 2010
This page displays one of the influences on my work, by Naruto’s artist Masashi Kishimoto. Especially the first panel. (Note, I did not read the magazine Shonen Jump at that stage, but the stunned look on Plezar’s face is derived from a funny expression on Jiraiya in the first Naruto animated series.
And we finally get to know Chaaas’ father, Lar Chlaan!