I like to play with the color stain and the absence of line, but this may change tomorrow. I don't even have a color palette that i usually work with most often. Whatever my body asks of me at that moment. "i like the limitation that letterpress and screen printing offer in terms of the use of colors," says germán torres. There is only one thing that i have incorporated on a regular basis, since we opened la trastería i have become accustomed to using very few colors in the illustrations, two to four tones.
I like the limitation that letterpress and screen printing offer in terms of the use of colors and although i don't have to print the illustration, it is something that i still apply, it forces me to put more effort into the final result. Do you have a defined style that you can describe or do you Phone Number List prefer not to pigeonhole yourself? Since i started as a cartoonist i have done all kinds of assignments, it is what feeds me and i never put claiming my style above that. I am what is called a mercenary laughs. I have to admit that in recent years la trastería has been allowing me to carry out very free projects in which i am exploring my own style, very inspired by the cartoons of the s- s.
The truth is that i am enjoying it a lot. What artists inspire you? A lot and the list grows every day. From the disney ones that already amazed me as a child the ones i really discovered and enjoyed years later mary blair , frank thomas, glen keane to more modern ones like eric tan, nico marlet , passing through the world of comics, my main inspiration with artists like jaime hewlett, moebius , kirby, cyril petrosa, barbecue, avid Rubin. The list could never end. Why did you decide to be an illustrator, was it what you wanted to do since you were a child.
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