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Well,this is me and my work.Gradually,more artworks will be presented here,most of them already featured in comic books that were published some time ago in Europe by Le Lombard or Vents D'Ouest.Some come from most recent books that has not came out yet,or are just about to hit the bookstores in France,Belgium and Switzerland.Some works are also made just for my personnal pleasure or simply as excercises,because one should always try to stay fit :)
Funny,european comic market is very different from american comic market,not only in terms of story narration but also less dynamic,less action-packed,more dialogue-oriented.Those two comic markets are very different but both are incredibly interesting.This is why I decided to try my luck in United States of America.I got up one day and said:"Well,it is going to be a bumpy road,and difficult one,but nothing in life comes easy!" Well,maybe some things do,but in terms of comic art there is always plenty to do and plenty to improve.New environment requires new skills,but I am ready to test myself here.I may fail,but I may also win,and that's the beauty of it!So,let's goooooo!!!!!
Piotr
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015   Traditional Artist
American comics are definitely oriented to action, but it is often superficial and irrelevant action - i.e. sensational action.  I think the challenge is to write a good story that has the capability of moving people with subtle emotions - and the key to that is subtle action in the drawing. 

Too often a story that relies on dialogue shows talking heads where the bubbles are the only thing that seem to move the story. Composition in these simple scenes needs to be worked over HARD to make the art relevant to spoken word and the story telling.  If you can do that, you will be a great success in ANY market in the world. 

Much luck!
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bloodline78 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
how do u balance 5 books a month? How long is Terminal Hero?
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WraithWorshipper Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A news article was posted you may be illustrating a Stargate Atlantis Extinction movie comic. If so, congrats and you are welcome to advertise it and post artwork of Todd the Wraith and/or any other Wraith to :iconstargatewraithfans: The Wraith fan base is very actively creative here on dA! :)
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MedeaSafir Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
czesc kuzynie! szukam cie na facebook ale do tej pory bez sukcesu... zkontaktuj sie ze mna na FB. nazywam sie "medea safir" albo pod medea.safir@gmx.at. ciesze sie. magda
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MichaelWoods Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Best of luck! Looks like you're doing great already.
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Przem82 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013
Good luck with your new book with Joe Casey. I wish you a lot of success and hope to see you get interviewed by iFanboy or Wordballoon if you are ever at a con in the US.
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ScruffyScribbler Featured By Owner May 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
well, it's closing in on a year. have you managed to get your foot in the door in the US? I can see you working for Vertigo or the like pretty easily.
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PiotrKowalski Featured By Owner May 16, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Yeah.I made a short series for Boom Studios last year and now I am working on a new project but it is not quite sure if the whole thing is going to work and the project is at the very early stage...
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ScruffyScribbler Featured By Owner May 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
good luck! :) I'll keep my eye out...
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