My cartoon strips

Apart from the subjects, the technique I employ to create comics is China ink, or, to be more exact, I draw a painting table in pencil, then, I ink this table with China ink and, at the end, I give it the finishing touches in pen.
If I want to colour the painting table, I make use of coloured water down China ink.

 

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THE WAR OF FIRE
 
This is the first example of a finished strip of mine. It is based on a theme which I love very much and which is not new as it comes from Jean Jacques Annaud's film, on its turn inspired by the outstanding book by Josè Henry Rosny. I started to draw it before the film, when I was 16 years old.
CRUX ET GLADIUS
   
 
 
This story,
set in the Middle Ages,
is a mixture of different themes:
religious fanaticism
which masks the thirst for power,
the war as its consequence,
love and death. . .
3000 D.C. TIME TRAVELLERS
     
Influenced by my love for cinema and science fiction, I started this strip and created a fantastic story involving the hypothetic problems of three astronauts, thrown on the earth in an undefined future.
What will they find in a thousand years?
MORTAL MAN
 

I invented him for a cartoon strip contest,
it could be considered the summary of my thought
on my philosophical reflections
on the meaning of life.

(Two whole pages)
ANCIENT SECRETS
First example of collaboration, in which the story belongs to the writer and poet Skrigno while drawings are mine.
To hold fast to the title, the whole tale is a secret to me too...