Here you have page 1 of "El Silencio y los 400 años del voto concepcionista", a 10 pages story I did in January 2015 for volume 5 of "Viñetas Cofrades". It tells the story of the oldest brotherhood of Seville's Holy Week and the 400th anniversary of his concepcionist vote, which his brothers swore to defend the immaculate conception of the Virgin Mary until the last drop of their blood, being the first colective in the world to proclaim this precept, even before Catholic Church in Rome.
The process (fully digital) is as follows. I do each one of these steps in a different layer:
1- Pencil (this time I did it directly into the computer rather than with traditional pencil and scanning it later). Gain time, but then you do not have original pencil).
4- Volumes and shadows (final color).
The backgrounds correspond to the entrance and inside of the church where this brotherhood takes his Catholic faith. All the stories in the "Viñetas Cofrades" collection of comic books include lots of landmarks of the city of Seville, both current and former, hindering rather the realization of these pages (my publishers want them to have always perfectly recognizable places) . So I have to use many photographs as reference for those environments.
Hope you like it!
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