Fan Art

As far as I can remember the first character I drew was Zorro soon followed by U.F.O. ROBO GRENDIZER (Goldorak) and Captain Harlock (Albator). I later learnt a lot from comic books such as Judge Dredd, the Dark Knight Returns, but also mangas like Akira and Dragon ball, and movie characters, Robocop in particular. I practiced on…

Transformers

80s toys were my real first approach to design and of course, I wanted to draw them and learnt a lot without thinking of the process itself. The Diaclone/Transformers franchise was the big deal after He Man and more than a decade ago, Takara Tomy -the original Japanese brand that produced them- launched the “Transformers…

Women and guns

By no means am I a weapon fan, but guns are part of my pop culture and had a major role in some of my favorite movies. Here’s a gender bent tribute to the theme. You’ll notice some Japanese words on most of the illustrations. Those are brands for toy guns that were produced in…

By the power of Grayskull!!!

Back in 2012 I was desperately trying to finish a long run job, but also felt the need to reconnect to drawing enjoyment. So there I was sketching some “He-Man” characters, the way I saw them as a kid with my gained abilities through the years. A real trip down memory lane, felt like meeting…

Super Komrad Girl

Cold war.
Rocky IV, Red Heat, Wargames, 2000AD East Meg One, Red Son, the 1984 Olympic Games.
Superman.

Revenge Of Steel

I am a concept artist for Sixmorevodka in Berlin, Germany and last February I spent a little time on developing my own “Intellectual Property”. Still not totally familiar with those terms, I still gave it a shot and took it as a comic book/animation plot. I am still unsure of what to do with it but…

Edge, Sharktooth and Strings

I wanted to learn the piano when my lovely parents offered me to take lessons at music school. But one of my sisters picked it before and I was left with the guitar. Guitar was about campfire cheesy songs and church favorite tool so my interest in it was very low. It slowly grew with…