Sunday, February 06, 2011

Dylan Dog

An old page that I recently colored.

22 comments:

elji said...

Woah! Amazing, i love it!

Gary Fitzgerald said...

love flat colouring.. allows the beautiful inks to show through..

karaii said...

This is fantastic! Your style is so amazing...

Craig Phillips said...

I love the simple colour too! Nice page! Great drawing!

Martin Wittig said...

Really great!

Gigi Cave said...
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Gigi Cave said...

sarebbe bello rivederti su DD...

J. Griffaud said...

Very nice work !

samacleod said...

So cool! I love this. Love it Gabrielle!

Maurizio said...

Bellissima pagina, ari-complimenti!

Thomas said...

Mi ricordo questa storia, disegni fantastici. Era a matita?

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

thanks guys.

Thomas- Questa era una pagina di prova per Bonelli. Pennino e pennello.

Marco Ferrigno said...

interesting to see some differnt material, i like your facial gestures. great communication.

Sherman Unkefer said...

Amazing! Great work!
Sherman Unkefer

Octavio E. Rodriguez said...

Great page!

benton jew said...

Beautiful page! I like the flat, simple color and how it keeps your beautiful linework intact. In comics today the color rendering tends to overpower the drawing.

I saw some of your other Dylan Dog work in the first two issues of "Almanacco Della Paura" (Fear Almanac). I had read that you did four Dylan Dog stories. What books did the remaining two stories appear?( the page you colored here is obviously one I hadn't seen )

vitalik shu said...

Love it so much!!!!!!!! )))

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

thanks guys.

benton jew - The two remaining stories are not pubblished and probably they never will. It seems that the content of that two stories was too violent and the sex too explicit.
This page was a test.

Peter Oedekoven said...

Fantastic !!!!!

Paul Harmon said...

awesome! So many amazing artists have done work on Dylan Dog.

hadi tabasi said...

great

Munchanka said...

Wow, that looks painful! This stuff is fantastic, do you use photo reference?