Update 14: 07/06/2017  Tribute to Moebius new adds:

Luka Cakic, a  diamond from Montenegro



©Luka Cakic: 
 Devian Art

Luka Cakic, a young talent from Montenegro, joins our tribute to Moebius adding a great collaboration and answering our questions in our classical interview. I must admit that I am very surprised with the wave of great artists that I am finding in the Balkans. Many have joined our tribute and some couldn't because of their thight agendas, but all of them have had a great communication and kindness and I can only say thanks to all of them.

Luka is a young student of fourth year in Economics in the university of Montenegro,  and combines studying with drawing. Soon we'll know about his upcoming proyects.

This is the full interview in English:



Jean-Luc Serrano in our blog...
What to say...? 
Chapeau. Thank you monsieur.


©Jean-Luc Serrano: 
 IMDb Profile

When you get to reach someone like Jean-Luc Serrano, you feel comfortable since minute 0. It's really a pleasure to talk to someone who has conquered the U.S. animation scene with his talent at Dreamworks' service (Kung Fu Panda, the prince of Egypt, among others) and still he has that touch to surprise.
Judge by yourselves, this collaboration of a magnificent Jimmy McClure and get to know more about him in this fresh interview:


The Art of Paul Renaud (Marvel comics) arrives at the Blueberry Encyclopaedia, with a cool sketch to join our tribute to Moebius and a fresh interview.




Paul Renaud:  Paul Renaud Officiel

Paul is a French comic-book artist, born in '75 and Toulouse resident working for both European and French markets. Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, IDW, Dynamite entertainment, Basement comics, amongst others...are the credentials of this talented artist.

He has happily answered our request for being part of this blog, share his art with us, do an interview and send the sketch of Lieutenant Blueberry he has created for us.

This is the full interview:

ENGLISH:  English Interview

FRENCH:   Interviu en Français




A SIMPLE AND SINCERE TRIBUTE TO JEAN GIRAUD "MOEBIUS" WITH THIS HUMBLE BLOG.

Hi, Lieutenant Blueberry fans and followers. After a long time maintaining this blog and keeping it updated, I wanted to start a new chapter focusing on the participation of all of you.

What I propose is a visual homage, as it couldn't be otherwise, to the graphist of the series, Jean Giraud "Moebius", through:

- Fan Arts, graphic collaborations, drawings, designs, in short, creations of fans of the series that want to pay a tribute to this genius. You are ALL invited to do it!!!

- Collaborations of relevant professional artists. This part is more delicate, since there is a great effort and negotiation behind, to get great artists to join this beautiful initiative, given the complexity of their works, events, agendas, etc.

By now, we already have important artist collaboration, and we're working hard to add more. The complete list  is here:


I am knocking on the door of great graphic creators, and I hope that if doesn't happen soon, there will be  a commitment to a small future collaboration in this project.
Anyone interested in collaborating with their designs, if possible, with a dedicate to the blog, can contact me through my mail or my account of devian art:

mse1979@hotmail.com


Drew Tucker joins our tribute to Moebius!!!


Drew Tucker is one of the original 25 Magic: The Gathering artists. Mastermind, teacher, illustrator.

It has been an honor that Drew accepted the challenge of capturing his art in our tribute to Moebius - Jean Giraud -, and in fact, a personal dream come true, since he is one of my favorite artists. 

We've had the best of communications during his creative process, and he's had all the freedom to choose how to develop this tribute, I didn't want guidelines, just wanted him to choose. His unique style is one hundred percent in this artwork, take your time to analyze each detail and enjoy.

Get to understand what is in the picture, and figure out what is not...

FULL GALLERY OF DREW TUCKER'S TRIBUTE:

Drew Tucker


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