Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Interview in China!


Thanks to my friend Su Haitao for the kind interview he made me on the chinese Leewiart website.

31 comments:

Adam Temple said...

Interesting interview. Finally I know how you do your shadows! I love the new comic's look - both of them. Can't wait til they come out. Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Y si no es aquí es en Pekín, y si no en Pokon!!

Muy bien!! Felicidades!!=) Trinfando hasta en la Chinaa!

Oriol.

jesse winchester said...

Woh, I like the look of this one.
What medium is this?

Anonymous said...

That was a really fun interview to read. I really love your work, and I agree about the fact that it's a shame there's so little of your work that's translated. I want to read them all. So are you a full-time comic book artist now?

oriol said...

Te ha invadido el rojo chino!

Buen cambio!

[M] said...

Pero que cosa tan bonita!!!!! este gatico feliz me ha enamorao.... :___D
Es precioso, precioso de verdad...

p.d. cambio de diseño del blog! uau! ^^ que bonito!

VICTOR GIMENEZ said...

Felicidades Enrique, sigo impresionado con tu trabajo!

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Su Haitao said...

Very Coooool! my bro!

congratulations for China!

Cheers with you!

Te ha invadido el rojo chino!

abhishek singh said...

an amazing interview , just curious after reading that interview,
what's the kinda of time duration you keep to complete projects which you write yourself, and do you still work for animation stuff occasionally?
again thanks for a brilliant interview ,
thanks to SU for making it happen:)

Enrique Fernandez said...

the usual schedule for the whole book is one year , one and a half, more or less. It depends on you and how you manage your working time.

Enrique Fernandez said...

the usual schedule for the whole book is one year , one and a half, more or less. It depends on you and how you manage your working time.

Pia N said...

cute cat, and rely nice work

Lesley Vamos said...

Love it! that smile is so great ^_^

Alina Chau said...

Lovely piece!! Love the style a lot :)

SKIZO said...

Wonderful
work
good
sources
of
Inspiration

BGR said...

Enhorabuena!

Julio Cappa said...

Estupendos los trabajos, me encantan.
Mi enhorabuena!!

abhishek singh said...

Thanks for the answer Enrique:)

Antonio Santamaria said...

Ainch... que bonito que és!!!! Tú y los gatos... hay una conexión ahí.... entre los dos.... hum.... si ellos te ven a ti igual de bien que tú a ellos, te adorarán. Pronto tendrás la casa llena de cariñosos felinos... y que conste que yo también soy de gato... tuve a mi "Nina" durante casi diez años. Era blanca, de madre angoleña, con un ojo amarillo y otro azul. Espectacular.... y... bueno, qué hago yo contandote mi vida aquí en el blog.... esto.... miau!
Nada, no te molesto más... que me encantan esas pinceladas, supongo que con el painter (snif snif).... y felicidades, muchas felicidades por esta entrevista. Cuídate, hablamos!

kalonji said...

congratulations !!

seanmaximus said...

simply flawless, love ur work=)

Jojo said...

looking forward to see your upcoming comic books!

alexis venet said...

gooood!

Anonymous said...

I followed this blog and loved the interview with Enrique. I really liked the fact that the blog was accompanied by Enrique’s majestic art. He has such a marvelous ability to cartoon and illustrate with a delicate hand. The cat at the beginning of the lead into the Chinese interview says it all. The writer presented both a fun look at what artists go through to create the work we just love and an excellent piece of journalism. The Illustrations are just perfect for the piece in Leewiart. I like the fact that the artist had already been an accomplished story board artist for big studios. The book grew out of that aspect of his art expertise . He is a consummate character designer and I was fascinated to hear that he is both published in Spanish and French. The Parts is designed for the French OZ look absolutely awesome. I for one, forget that art is an international language, sometimes. This is international art at it’s most potent and pure juncture. The illustrations are so strong that w don’t need to translate the words.

Cello said...

Dear Mr. Enrique.

Thank you for your visit and eulogy.
I can not speak English.
This is the part where I don't answer you.
It is because English knowledge is insufficient.
But I try and answer.
I don't using default brushes.
I mainly use Corel Painter & IllustStudio for my free time,
and usually create my own brushes.
This brushe is“Capture Dab-based”.

Good Day!,
Cello(Ray).

pakoto said...

muy fiiino!!

Mr le Chat Noir said...

I love this cat a lot!! And the style too !! Congratulations :)

El caimán de Legutiano said...

Buenísimo tu trabajo, Enrique.
Intentaré seguirte!

Mikelodigas said...

Acabo de caer por casualidad por aqui, me gusta mucho tu estilo, sobre todo me encantan los diseños para "Tales of War" Así que me voy a hacer fijo por aquí.

Un saludo.

Niño Gusano said...

Que bonita 8)