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Finally I've submitted a couple more of Invisible Man's strips (well, four, considering english and spanish version). This time it took a little more time, due to job duties and, above all, the new character now introduced.
The previous ones were developed more easily, but the Count has proved more elusive to me, both in concept and in its development.
About his concept, I started thinking about
how would talk a (very) old aristocrat, flamboyant and formal... But my english is not good enough to develope this kind of character, but using common known formalities. This limited the number script themes and dialogue lines.
But then I thought, why not to use literary or cinematographic quotes? There are millions of them, and nearly for every situation in  life (or death). After all, if the Count is an undead, well, all what is left for him is memory: No new phrases or
dialogs, but the memories of past conversations.
Well, to write a couple of dialog lines only after a quote,
and to make some sense, is more difficult than it sounds.
Anyway, here he is.
Hope you like.

Introducing... the Count by dlambeaut
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Cantar de Procella, by Arcana
  • Eating: Egg sandwich
  • Drinking: Water
La Soledad de un Hombre Invisible: Acto VIII by dlambeaut
La Soledad de un Hombre Invisible: Acto VIII
Para todos aquellos de vosotros que no seáis muy aficionados al cine de Scorsese, esta vez el Conde ha elegido algunas frases de "Taxi Driver" con las que fastidiar al ya resignado Hombre Invisible.

Más acerca de todo ello aquí (en inglés): Introducing... the Count.

Créditos.
.- En primer lugar, y lo más importante: Yo no he hecho las
figurillas/ personajes. Fueron diseñados y comercializados por DKILLERPANDA (www.dkillerpanda.com). Yo sólo los compré el verano pasado, y fueron ellas las que me inspiraron la idea.
.- Las baldosas son obra de pfunked impresas y pegadas en cartulina para hacer el escenario.
.- El hombre invisible yuna momia reanimada fueron imaginados por primera vez por H.G. Wells y Arthur C. Doyle. ¡Leed sus libros!
.- El guión, fotos y retoque digital son obra mía.
.- Si olvido a alguien, por favor, que no se cabree, sólo escribidme una nota, y yo le incluiré en los créditos de inmediato
.

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the Loneliness of an Invisible Man: Act VIII by dlambeaut
the Loneliness of an Invisible Man: Act VIII
To all of you who are not very fond of Scorsese movies, this time the Count has chosen some famous quotes from "Taxi Driver" to annoy the now resigned Invisible Man.

More about it here: Introducing... the Count.

Credits.
.- First of all, and most important: The sympathetic figures/characters are not made by me. The were designed and marketed by DKILLERPANDA (www.dkillerpanda.com). I just bought them last summer, and they inspired me the strip's idea.
.- Dungeon floor tiles by pfunked, tiled, printed and glued on cardboard to get the scenario.
.- The invisible man and the reanimated mummy characters were first imagined  by H.G. Wells and Arthur C. Doyle. Read them!
.- The script, photos and digital retouching are my work.
.- If I forgot someone, please don't get angered, just send me a note, and I'll credit you inmediatly.

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La Soledad de un Hombre Invisible: Acto VII by dlambeaut
La Soledad de un Hombre Invisible: Acto VII
Con todos ustedes, el Conde. Tranquilos, todo cobrará más sentido en el Acto VIII. Al menos eso espero...

Creo que todos los fans de Bram Stoker reconocerán las citas...

Más acerca de todo ello aquí (en inglés): Introducing... the Count.

Créditos.
.- En primer lugar, y lo más importante: Yo no he hecho las
figurillas/ personajes. Fueron diseñados y comercializados por DKILLERPANDA (www.dkillerpanda.com). Yo sólo los compré el verano pasado, y fueron ellas las que me inspiraron la idea.
.- Las baldosas son obra de pfunked impresas y pegadas en cartulina para hacer el escenario.
.- El hombre invisible yuna momia reanimada fueron imaginados por primera vez por H.G. Wells y Arthur C. Doyle. ¡Leed sus libros!
.- El guión, fotos y retoque digital son obra mía.
.- Si olvido a alguien, por favor, que no se cabree, sólo escribidme una nota, y yo le incluiré en los créditos de inmediato
.

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Finally I've submitted a couple more of Invisible Man's strips (well, four, considering english and spanish version). This time it took a little more time, due to job duties and, above all, the new character now introduced.
The previous ones were developed more easily, but the Count has proved more elusive to me, both in concept and in its development.
About his concept, I started thinking about
how would talk a (very) old aristocrat, flamboyant and formal... But my english is not good enough to develope this kind of character, but using common known formalities. This limited the number script themes and dialogue lines.
But then I thought, why not to use literary or cinematographic quotes? There are millions of them, and nearly for every situation in  life (or death). After all, if the Count is an undead, well, all what is left for him is memory: No new phrases or
dialogs, but the memories of past conversations.
Well, to write a couple of dialog lines only after a quote,
and to make some sense, is more difficult than it sounds.
Anyway, here he is.
Hope you like.

Introducing... the Count by dlambeaut
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Cantar de Procella, by Arcana
  • Eating: Egg sandwich
  • Drinking: Water

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Juan Luis Fdez.
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
Spain
I'm a non- practicing geologist, and, as I can see from other profiles, quite an old fellow.
I got my first camera (and picture) at the age of seven. I'm afraid I have improved my skills not much since then.
Pencils, pens, crayons, and brushes have danced on my fingers since I have memory (my parents' home walls remember it very well...)
Anyway, I don't have any formal artistic formation, a fact I'll have to solve...
...someday.
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:iconsmutyo:
smutyo Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you for :llama::)
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dlambeaut Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
;)
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Elfyah Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the support! =) (Smile)
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:icondlambeaut:
dlambeaut Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
De rien! Avec plaisir! :)
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existencia5 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014   Photographer
Juan ..
Encantada de conocerle

Muchas gracias !
Bsss...
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:icondlambeaut:
dlambeaut Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
El placer es mío, Mariya. Gracias a tí por tus fotos. :)
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seika Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the llama :3 :iconllama-plz:
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dlambeaut Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome ;)
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HermitCrabStock Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
Happy birthday! :hug:
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dlambeaut Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Merci beaucoup! I am a dummy! 
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