Gabriel Andrade Pencils, Inks and Color for Page 8 of CPOH2

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Crossed Plus One Hundred No.2 P8 - art by Gabriel Andrade

Crossed Plus One Hundred No.2 P8 – penciled, inked and colored. Art by Gabriel Andrade, image from his Facebook page. Colored by Digikore Studios

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.

Future Taylor unearths Alan Moore, art by Gabriel Andrade

Future Taylor unearths Alan Moore, art by Gabriel Andrade

and here’s the detail that Pessanha posted: (yes, at home I have a couple of shelves that look a lot like these.)

Detail from the above Gabriel Andrade piece

Detail Alan Moore bookshelves from the above Gabriel Andrade piece

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.

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One Response to “Gabriel Andrade Pencils, Inks and Color for Page 8 of CPOH2”

  1. Angel Says:

    I do like that lightning-bolt pointed at Robbie.

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