Sequentials That Are Inconsequential...

A blog by Comicbook Artist Daniel Irizarri for the exposition, culture, and criticism of sequential art, also known as COMICS.

Posts tagged moebius

Feb 18
Moebius in the Head. digital painting.
A continuation of the influence Moebius’ work has been having on my own.

Moebius in the Head. digital painting.

A continuation of the influence Moebius’ work has been having on my own.


Feb 17
Moebius on my Mind. digital painting.
I’m writing my seminar paper on his work and influence, so I’ve been binging pretty heavily on his works. 

Moebius on my Mind. digital painting.

I’m writing my seminar paper on his work and influence, so I’ve been binging pretty heavily on his works. 


Apr 21
White Knight, Digital Painting.
Winding down the late hours of the night with a beautiful idea. Inspired by the works of Yoshitaka Amano and the late Jean “Moebius” Giraud. I’m also playing with more recent influences like Chris Johnston, and Jake Wyatt to name a few. 
Enjoy!
-Daniel

White Knight, Digital Painting.

Winding down the late hours of the night with a beautiful idea. Inspired by the works of Yoshitaka Amano and the late Jean “Moebius” Giraud. I’m also playing with more recent influences like Chris Johnston, and Jake Wyatt to name a few. 

Enjoy!

-Daniel


Mar 17

A Word on the Death of Moebius.

I think it’s quite clear around the internet that Jean Giraud was an inmensely loved, admired and revered figure. The collective comics consciousness truly mourned the passing of a genius and revolutionary of the artform. What’s interesting to see is how exactly it did so which is, in my opinion, the best way possible. 

It’s as if his death caused a sudden shock-wave across the earth in all directions, which forced us to be more creative and more imaginative in his absence. All around the internet you’ll see amazing tributes to his work and in those pieces you’ll see people attempting to reach, or at least approximate, some of those creative elements that moebius conceived. Maybe none of that will stick, who knows, but it’s nice to see a community aspire to more in honor of one of its greatest contributors’ passing. 

-Daniel