What gives?! My tumblr just reblogged all by itself?! Double post just happened, not sure how. Oh, well. Dear followers: Sorry for the inconvenience. Don’t be mad but I’m about to kill that double post. I want to keep an orderly blog.
Image above was a sketch I did for Vatine’s copy of Three Trees Make a Forest a long time ago.
Wolverine costume variant cover is done. After all the prep work and getting up to speed it is finally away to Marvel. I had documented the steps as I was going. Check them out in ye olde blog, Tirade. It was a blast making and I learned a lot. Hope I get to do another. Check out the posts below:
Xenomorph angst. The uncertainty is what kills ya. Okay, colonial marines and flamethrowers, yeah, but…that was my one gig!
MAKE MERRY! Wishing you all a safe and wonderful holiday break. This was drawn years back on my Oekaki board and touched up in Photoshop.
Past Auction Art. This one was for our collective story crews at Pixar. We pulled in a whopping amount for charity and to create a common area for all story folks in our very own in-house bar. Finally about to christen the bar soon. Check out the original post in Tirade with some making of photos.
Study in Red & Black. Did this a while back and stumbled onto it again. Gouache and watercolor.
Water Woman. I have been warming up to do a piece for charity. This was meant to be a study but it turned out okay. What you see is a detail, showing half the image. I will have to do a proper scan.
Rébecca Dautremer was born in 1971 in Gap in the South of France (Hautes Alpes). She attended classes in the ENSAD of Paris and got a degree in graphic edition in 1995. She afterwards became a graphic editor and illustrator. A few years ago, she started to write books of her own. Now living in Paris with her husband Taï-Marc Lethanh and their three children, she also works for the press for children (Milan-Presse and Fleurus-Presse), school publishers, and in advertising.
Clip of her at work.
I had the pleasure of meeting her in Paris and meeting her family. Was captivated by her work space. I wish I could reconstitute that room for myself in my home. Someday.
Oekaki collection. I draw on oekaki boards but mostly Japanese where it originated. You let your guard down and you end up enjoying yourself. What could be better? Eventually I started one and anyone can come by and start drawing.