Print using high quality matte paper and weight (300gr) with an illustration of a version of the cover of Tintin in the Country of Black Gold.
Tintin is one of the great wonders that the art of the twentieth century has left us, at the height of the cubism of Pablo Picasso and the shit of Salvador Dalí (as I hate Dalí). For some time he has given me to cover Herge’s work and this is one of those pieces.
THE ORIGINAL DRAWING
The original illustration was done in black and white using an old but fantastic ultra thin pen. For the sheet I decided to cut the part of the cover and remove the vignettes around. I finally gave it color with Photoshop.
canson infinity edition etching rag 310
Giclèe (Impresión digital)