Friday, 26 November 2010

Nights of Being Wild

A follow-up to As Night Goes By. Same inspiration, same feeling, this time done not because of regular colors running out, but to deliberately play with colors, lights and moods, a flow of quick and inspired drawings carrying the characters through the night.

3 comments:

Jellyfish Opera said...

The fact that it's 5:32 A.M. and I'm still up the only thing keeping my mind in heck are these awesome illustrations. You've really captured a different sense of lighting at least at night, using circules, which is something I've never seen you do.

Haha to bring up the subject which I don't think I have, I find it interesting how well your work tells a story, I think you could do a graphic novel that doesn't use any words at all and still tell the same story with a bigger feeling. Everything you create is a story in and of itself, that's an amazing talent!

Shunichiro said...

I humbly bow before your positive feedback, again :)

As for a graphic novel without words, that's an idea indeed, and I think one short story I'm working on *could* work without words (it's not any of those projects I mentioned earlier), I just have to do more panels for it and see how it turns out.

Jellyfish Opera said...

Well I always look forward to seeing your work.

As for the no-words graphic novel, it's an interesting concept and I think you could pull it off. There's so much of the human anatomy that is left unexplorded due to words. Take the Mona Lisa for instance, imagine if that had been a novel and not just a single image.