'Graphic novel' may seem a bit too much of a description here since this is just the first page I've finished; nevertheless that's what I'm working on at the moment, amongst other things. My very first narrative.
It doesn't have a title yet, nor it has a plot; I'm improvising as I go along...
Okay folks, here it is; our Exquisite Corpse entry!
So, the work you see here is a collaboration over the net between me and my friend Jakub Chwieszczenik in the panel order of: me/Jakub/me and so on.
On my part I can only say there were no sketches done; I went there with pen and ink and drew whatever came to my subconscious when thinking of 'Gospel Of Us'. Does it relate? I don't know, but here it is nonetheless.
I will post a link to Jakub's blog later on as he employed a bit different technique and I'm sure he would like to elaborate on it.
Bartosz was born in Poland, raised surrounded by ubiquitous surreal images of Polish theatre posters. Since childhood intrigued by hidden meanings of Stasys Eidrigevicius’ illustrations, began to translate his own worlds into the language of visual arts, but it was not until 2008 when the creative process gathered its momentum and Bartosz decided to share it with the world. Bartosz works in both digital and traditional media, with an emphasis on the latter. Using simple tools like pencil or pen and ink he tries to reveal his subject’s state of mind or soul, be it a dreamless void or melancholy. Very often his subjects are long gone, so he tries to act as a camera obscura of their traces. Bartosz’s artwork has found a place in private collectors’ houses and recently he had the privilege of being accepted for the 159th Open Exhibition in RWA. He currently lives in Bristol.