En­rique Fernán­dez

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Lo­ca­tion: Spain Web: www.en­riq­ue­fer­nan­dez.com Email: rai­juro@gmail.com ME­DIA: Painter

Span­ish comic book au­thor En­rique be­gan his cre­ative ca­reer in the field of an­i­ma­tion, work­ing as a sto­ry­board artist on var­i­ous films, most no­tably Span­ish-French an­i­mated fan­tasy film Noc­turna.

As his ca­reer pro­gressed, En­rique’s at­ten­tion turned to comics, and he’s since pub­lished mul­ti­ple books, mainly for French pub­lish­ers. “I com­bine my work as an au­thor with il­lus­tra­tion work, de­signs for an­i­ma­tion projects, board games and video games,” he says.

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BRI GADA “My crowd­funded, self­pub­lished comic se­ries fea­tures a band of dwarves lost in a hos­tile land, try­ing to re­turn home. It be­came the most funded comic project in Europe from the mo­ment it was re­leased.” 2 B-SIE GED “Char­ac­ters from this re­cently re­leased table­top game. I en­joyed work­ing on their de­signs.” 3 AURORE “This one was a chal­leng­ing comic project, be­cause the aim was to re­pro­duce wa­ter­colours dig­i­tally, cap­tur­ing the real-world essence of this fas­ci­nat­ing tech­nique.” 4 CO­BRA “Art from one of my re­cent books, where again I was try­ing dif­fer­ent tech­niques to fit the story with the at­mos­phere and tex­tures.” 5 Aurore (back­cover) “Old Moma is able to com­mu­ni­cate with the spirit world. She asks Aurore to find a song that could save their tribe.” 2 1

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