Here are a couple more Crossed Plus One Hundred images from artist Gabriel Andrade’s Facebook page. Above is a comparative image showing his process from pencils to inks to final colored comic page (click on any image to enlarge.) As much as I am really enjoying Andrade’s excellent work, that comparison image makes me more appreciative of Digikore Studios coloring job – especially the sky. And below is another Andrade piece, commissioned by Brazilian Alan Moore aficionado Flavio Pessanha (host of an excellent Alan Moore page on Facebook), whom I occasionally correspond with. It’s, of course, CPOH‘s Future Taylor discovering the collected works of comics writer Alan Moore.
and here’s the detail that Pessanha posted: (yes, at home I have a couple of shelves that look a lot like these.)
And for readers who speak Portuguese (or can use online translation services to get the basics), Pessanha has a short interview with Gabriel Andrade posted on Facebook: part 1 and part 2. At some point, I am looking to translate and post that interview on my Crossed Plus One Hundred annotations pages.