Saturday, April 01, 2006

So day time it is ...

Change of time ... and location !


Blogger Marcelo Vignali said...

Very nice! Let's see where Armand takes this next!

3:34 PM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Thanks and, yeah, I wanna know too !

3:50 PM  
Blogger rickart said...

There's something very Milt Caniff about your drawing style... it's a style I never appreciated when I was a kid and now I just adore it! Well done!

Love the idea of the birds as well... and the name! Katherine of the Angels! Great stuff!

Female pirates are very cool... I didn't even know they existed until I went to the Pirate Museum in Salem. There are a couple of them represented there.

4:23 AM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Thanks very much Rickart for the comment and the link.
Mentionning artists, besides Caniff I always found guys like Antonio H. Palacios, Tacconi, Toppi, Victor de la Fuente...etc, such a source of inspiration !
Comics definitely give you a rare oportunity to experiment in total freedom as few forms of art let you be in control of so many things at a time ! (as you see we are sure having some fun here).

10:26 AM  
Blogger Alan MacEachern said...

Great! i feeling theres going to be a parrot, hawk showdown here... (; love the shift in pallette very bright and hot.

3:10 PM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Well, it is up to Armand to surprise us now.
Good feeling about the showdown I have to say !

3:50 PM  
Blogger Armand Serrano said...

good job, mi compadre!!!now let me think what's next...


9:39 PM  
Blogger Hans said...

Looks great! Looking forward to see where this goes next.....Who is Katalina De Los Angeles???? Tamtamtamtaaaaaaahhhh.....:) Cool that you brought in a female pirate, since there actually was a good handful real female pirates, Anne Bonney and Mary Read being the most famous and notorious. Mary Read was known to reveal her true identity by uncovering her breast and showing her enemies that they've been beatin' by a woman. Maybe that's something that could be incorporated into Katalina????;)


6:32 AM  
Blogger walleye said...

Amazing work...I can't wait to see where this goes. I love the regional flair to the name Catalina De Los Angeles....Perhaps in a future episode we will meet the dreaded pirate San Pedro...or the one armed Palos Verdes? I pray they at least sack the sinful city of Culver before this is all said and done!
Very inspiring lads. Cheers!

1:41 AM  
Blogger Marcelo Vignali said...

Walleye, I'm glad you like the direction. You are right, the places named are local restaurants, towns and even some artists here in Southern California.

Mayorga is also referenced because that's Marcos' home town.

"Sacking Culver," we'll definitely have to work that into the story!

9:25 AM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Alright Hans...we'll ask Catalina see what she says !

11:13 AM  
Blogger Hans said...

All we need now is a Marcos Blog!!!!:D

3:43 PM  
Blogger Iason said...

I wish I could draw like that :S, I like the style that is used. keep on going the nice work :)

5:28 PM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Thanks guys, so far we are really enjoying this !

7:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very intriguing stuff gentlemen. have you ever thought about creating something similar in the field of science-fiction?

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Elsa said...

Catalina de los Angeles, Marcos, you really made me laugh this time, mixing old majorcan tradition with the New World...great.
Someone heard about Monkey Island, the game?

7:16 AM  
Blogger Pirate Club said...

Bon dia !
Monkey Island ? Nop. What is it about??
Mrs de Los Angeles was actually born in "Es barri de Sta. Catalina"...near 'carrer de Caro', 'Avgda Argentina' and all that..
Que tal la Torre por cierto ...??


9:15 AM  
Blogger HornyMichael said...

Hey whats up?

4:00 PM  
Blogger hothoney said...

Just go to or and sign up and we can hookup tonight.

6:45 PM  
Blogger N.P. said...

your dialogue boxes could use a bit of polishing.

11:50 PM  

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