Tag: Alexis Fajardo

Jun 10

‘Kid Beowulf and the Song of Roland’ production work

I am doing production work on Alexis Fajardo’s second graphic novel “Kid Beowulf and the Song of Roland”. This is a sample of one of my favorite panels that I watercolored for the prologue to the book. The actual printed book will be in black and white, but the art was created in color for …

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Jul 13

Kid Bewoulf and the Blood Bound Oath printed books.

This last week I received my copies of Kid Beowulf and the Blood Bound Oath from author Alexis E. Fajardo. I did the cover coloring as well as watercolor rendering on the prologue pages too and all I can say is…the cover looks really sexy. The color printing is rich and has a smooth satin …

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Apr 27

I was virtually at Stumptown

This weekend was the comic book convention — Stumptown, in Portland Oregon. I was not there, but here in the Bay Area. But I was also at the convention…virtually. First of all I did some graphic work for artist Alexis E. Fajardo for his Kid Beowulf Banner. Here is a photo of it. [singlepic=481,320,240,,] click …

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Mar 14

Kid Beowulf and the the Blood Bound Oath cover

I just finished doing the coloring work for Alexis E. Fajardo’s Kid Beowulf and the the Blood Bound Oath. Alexis has posted images on his blog, so go check it out. ©2008 Alexis E. Fajardo Here are two other covers I collaborated with Alexis. It’s amazing to see how far Alexis art has come from …

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Mar 06

My Blood Bound Oath…

Well, sort of. I did some hand watercolor coloring for Alexis Fajardo’s new graphic novel Kid Beowulf and the Blood Bound Oath which have been posted on the official website. Alexis’ new art work is looking fantastic and for the prologue he illustrated in a more realistic style and ask me to ad some watercolor …

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Feb 19

How to Draw ‘Peanuts’ with Alexis (Kid Beowulf) Fajardo

Artist Alexis Fajardo, author and artist of Kid Beowulf was filmed at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa CA from his class on drawing the peanuts characters. Way to go Lex!