A miscellany of weekly ramblings on comics, art and film by Ted Mathot, storyboard artist and writer/artist/self-publisher of graphic novels and comics
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Monday, December 03, 2007

Rose et Isabel

Update for the French edition:

All materials have been delivered to Akileos in preparation for printing of the French edition of the complete Rose and Isabel story. Below are the new European cover final and a low res sample of pages with R&I speaking in French. It is very exciting for me to see this!

I will be flying to France in January for the comics festival at Angouleme along with Bill Presing. More details to follow soon.



15 comments:

Dani said...

Mais c'est très excitant!!!
Congratulations and good luck!

Thomas Huxley said...

Congratulations Ted on the nomination for Storyboarding on Ratatouille at the Annies! I've got my fingers crossed for you :)

Louie del Carmen said...

Congrats on the Annie nomination as well as R&I debut in France...

I'll be pulling for you man!

TSM said...

Thanks everyone!

Monkeyfeather said...

Awesome Ted! Looks great!

craig said...

Looks great Ted! Congrats on the Annie Nomination.

TSM said...

John & Craig - thanks!

Jeremy Spears said...

Way to go on the Annie Nomination. We heard about it down here, you deserve it man! Later

SHANE PRIGMORE said...

Oh my god that's beautiful. I have to get to get to that comic exhibition sometime. Good luck over seas man. Thta's pretty incredible. Rose and Isabel will be a perfect addition to the already incredible French comic industry. Tear it up!

Matt J said...

I'll look out for your book over here. I'd like to get to Angouleme sometime too-it's the biggest comic event of many in France. Thanks for the link too.

martin wittig said...

Congrat's on your nomination!! It is a well deserved honor! --nd wonderful work as always;)

james_oshea3 said...

if you didn't know already, the DREAM WORLDS book by Hans Bacher is out and the publisher has a SAMPLE chapter available to download (on FILM ANALYSIS!)
http://books.elsevier.com
ISBN: 978-0-240-52093-3
thats why I referred back to your blog. I like the way you carefully simplify and breakdown each shot (when analyzing a certain movie) and how it tells the story. thnx for the inspiration!

btw.. may I put your link on my blog?

TSM said...

jeremy, shane, matt, martin, james - thanks guys!
james - feel free to link the blog

-T

bannister said...

Let's meet there, I'll be going after all ! Hoorray !

BD Fugue Annecy said...

I received it today at my comicbook shop !!!

Happy !!!!! ;)