tuesday’s here and so is kukuburi. convenient huh?

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  1. watching from the shadows says:

    once again, great job, really adding suspense

    yay, first post!

  2. James D. Gray says:

    I’ve discovered Kukuburi only recently, and I’m captivated. It really shouldn’t be my kind of thing (I’m too old to appreciate piercings, for example) but I’m still captivated.

    Not only do I love the art, but I really want to see how it all comes out.

    If you don’t mind my asking, how do you do the art for this? On the computer, or is it some traditional medium?

    James D. Gray

  3. kristina says:

    ah, so the doll did come to life!! This is great Ramon!

  4. Rothelez says:

    Hah, I knew that magenta Mr.skullhead doll was more than just a plushie.

  5. bird says:

    it’s her stuffed aminal guy!

  6. Energie o2 says:

    Goosebumps everytime. Excellent work Ramon.

  7. Sam says:

    The art work in the first panel is beyond belief!!

  8. Annie says:

    Beautiful installment, Ramon.

  9. sunshinegetsmehigh says:

    gaw….I really love the first panel too! So great!

  10. DoOdLeBoP says:

    Hey Ramon great update ive decided to make use of my bebo page by giving a review for and linking to stuff i like. http://www.bebo.com/joshdeighan how does free publicity sound XD, also if youd rather i take it down just say kk peace.

  11. Gray says:

    I really like this comic.

  12. Tiger says:

    totally fantasialike. you should soooo pitch this to disney, or something…

  13. ed says:

    I’m also interested in your process. how much of the drawing is pen-and-ink?
    to be honest, i guess i’m looking for suggestions.
    keep it up!

  14. Ramón says:

    thank you all for the kudos!

    james, in regards to your query i draw and ink kukuburi by hand. the inking is done using staedler pigment liners or pitt pens. i then scan in the work, and colour using photoshop. once i’m done colouring i move the page over to illustrator to do the lettering and and sound fx.

    each page from concept to finish takes me anywhere from 6-10 hours, or more, as i’m a really bad judge of time…

  15. ed says:

    thanks for the comments, ramo’n. i’m really stoked on this fantastic comic you have here. looks like a lot of fun to draw :) i’ll just sit and ‘absorb’ some of these pages for ages

  16. Alex says:

    Ramon – this is awesome! I hope you are planning on publishing this serie as a hard copy – let me know when and I’ll definitely by buying a copy!!

    Great stuff buddy!


  17. tek rubio says:

    Wow, i did not know you worked hmm traditional style on the inking. the completed page is truly amazing. If you plan on publishing it, be sure to ship 2 books to México! heheh


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