Welcome to a new edition of FETCH A SKETCH, a peak into my process as I’m creating commissions. This time (as often), I was requested to draw Spider-Man Noir. Here’s how i did it, easy as 1-2-3, step-by-step… 1-Pencils I’ve drawn Spider-Man Noir so many times that finding an inspiration for it can take someContinue reading “FETCH-A-SKETCH: SPIDEY NOIR”
Times are tough, and even in comics, a good deal is a great deal! So I thought: let’s make this happen. I have a stock of blank covers that are only waiting for fans to be filled with art and love. If you know my work, you know I can deliver. If you don’t, pleaseContinue reading “DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, BUY A SKETCH COVER, IT’S ON SALE!”
Discover Fabrice Sapolsky’s process as he draws VENOM!
This is Tuesday. It’s 7 am and I’m tired. But hey, let’s share my two cents on the comics industry. As everyone knows, every comic book fan, every comic book creator and every retailer, knows better. We all know how to fix things, right? Except… We don’t. Because we’re not in charge. Because there’s aContinue reading “FIXING COMICS WITH SIMPLE IDEAS — Part 1”
This weekend, I was at the Philly Cosplay and Comics show. While it was a small convention, I was happy to go and re-discover Philadelphia, a city I only visited once nearly 25 years ago (and it struck me how familiar the streets looked… Very European design). As often, a lot of people talk toContinue reading “DAMN! SPIDER-MAN NOIR IS AN EXPENSIVE COMIC BOOK NOW!”
f you want to have your Kung Fu fix like… NOW. Well, TOMORROW, we have INTERTWINED#1 available in comic shops in the US and across the world! You can also buy it digitally here: https://www.comixology.com/Intertwined-1/digital-comic/411377
The Spirit of Fire. This is the second pinup drawn by fan-favorite artist Gerald Parel for my Dynamite Comics series Intertwined (always with Fred Pham Chuong and Veronica Lopez).Which led me to think about a few things (as always)… This piece of art came as a complete surprise, as Gerald only committed himself to draw oneContinue reading “SETTING INTERTWINED ON FIRE!”
I consider myself a semi-regular writer, as, due to other commitments, I can’t write 2 or 3 series a month. I also like to take my time on projects. And, last but not least, most of my comic books are creator-owned, which implies I have to find ways to finance them before. Anyhow, this summerContinue reading “Busy summer: SPIDEY NOIR, HAREM, OHW,…”