On this page you will find proposals for some new projects for various publishers.
Very different from each other, these new comics each describe a world of characters, in completely new situations.
Some took a few months of work, others a couple of years. While on some projects I only had to color, on others, I was like an artistic director taking care of everything that was "visual".
I consider each of these projects valid and I sincerely hope that they can be published as soon as possible.
APORIA wants to be the beginning of a story that can fascinate the public looking to tackle particular issues also reinforced by the unique style of the artist. The story examines two main themes, one is that of Aporia, a term that indicates in ancient Greek philosophy the impossibility of daring a precise answer to a problem, since we were faced with two solutions which, although opposite, they both seemed valid. The second theme is that of Palingenesis, which is found in Stoic philosophy to generate the birth of the universe after its destruction through fire and therefore to place a cyclical condition in the cosmology of the universe of "Aporia".
The Aporia debut pages you see below have been made entirely digitally.It was so exciting to be able to work on dynamic scenes with a strong visual impact! 4 internal pages were created plus a map of the places in the story.
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"The mysteries of Onirica" is a comic story written by Alberto Petrosino, designed by Alessandro Squadrito, colored by me and coordinated by Marco Indraccolo. Several pages have been created as proposals for publishers, these have been made several times in various versions to find better solutions in all aspects.
A new and huge world, is "sporting" battles. Mysterious characters, different homes to each other. This is M.F.H.
I made: 4 numbers, the first with pictorial technique, the last with digital coloring on inked pages, the character designs of 4 characters, and 4 covers, one of which is a painful splash page variant.