Saturday, August 22, 2015

Artworks by Chevelin Pierre of Heiti encourages to renew my talent in visual arts

DON'T JUDGE ME QUICKLY ON WHY I LIKED AND SHARED THE FOLLOWING ILLUSTRATIONS. 
 
I appreciate highly the artworks of Chevelin Pierre's illustrators (visual artists) of the Chevelin Illustration Company. He did also some of the story boards here. Go ahead, see fully the series of illustrations here (Facebook account) and find out why I appreciate the illustrations that I aptly compared as reminiscent of the Philippine early versions of komiks art. 
 
Yes, I found the illustrations so beautiful and the story they are telling. The works of Chevelin Pierre encourages me to renew my talent in illustrated arts. 
 
The style is largely similar with the early version of Pinoy komiks. This perhaps is the reason why it got my taste. But these ones has no balloons to read of dialogs, yet the illustrations tell clearly the story it portrayed as you view the series of panels. Of course, the illustrations are quite naughty.
 
I once drew a komiks when I was in 3rd year high school. I shared it with my classmates and friends in the kiosko of my hometown's parish convent till it was gone. Somebody took it away and brought it around somewhere till it was gone.
 
Chevelin Illustration Company is based in Ouest, Haiti, and you can see more illusrations in their FB account at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chevelin-Illustration/389878191038380?sk=timeline

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