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Sara Buccellato
comic book art student
wanna be illustrator,
and comic artist.
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06- VOID by 33-3

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

06- VOID by 33-3

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

Kene’ by 33-3

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

Kene’ by 33-3

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

Clinamen by 33-3

Sooo.. This is the third and the last year of my comic book school, and each one of us is making a personal project; a 24 pages comic book.
We’re taking care of everything: subject, script, penciling, inking, color, lettering and printing.

My comic’s title is Void.

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

(I hope my english is decent…)

The setting is a sort of sci-fi with fantasy elements.
It will be finished in September!

Clinamen by 33-3

Sooo.. This is the third and the last year of my comic book school, and each one of us is making a personal project; a 24 pages comic book.
We’re taking care of everything: subject, script, penciling, inking, color, lettering and printing.

My comic’s title is Void.

"There are people who avoid suffering pretending to don’t see what they have to face, so they end up with erasing a part of them. They live under the illusion that everything is fine, and for this reason they cannot explain the void that they feel. Although he is and the "strange" one, Clinamen thinks his sister Kenè isn’t easy to understand, despite her normal behaviour she is a mystery, as if she’s hiding something. Clinamen has a distorted perception of the world and he have often strange visions. The last members of a cult believe that the guy’s powers are a gift from the spirits that inhabit the nearby forest, and that he is the last one who can hear their voice. His sister often take care of him, but Clinamen thinks she feels costrained and that in reality she hates him."

(I hope my english is decent…)

The setting is a sort of sci-fi with fantasy elements.
It will be finished in September!

Natura Matrigna by 33-3

But all the flocks and herds and all wild beasts
Come forth and grow, nor need the little rattles,
Nor must be treated to the humouring nurse’s
Dear, broken chatter; nor seek they divers clothes
To suit the changing skies; nor need, in fine,
Nor arms, nor lofty ramparts, wherewithal
Their own to guard- because the earth herself
And Nature, artificer of the world, bring forth
Aboundingly all things for all.

Natura Matrigna by 33-3

But all the flocks and herds and all wild beasts
Come forth and grow, nor need the little rattles,
Nor must be treated to the humouring nurse’s
Dear, broken chatter; nor seek they divers clothes
To suit the changing skies; nor need, in fine,
Nor arms, nor lofty ramparts, wherewithal
Their own to guard- because the earth herself
And Nature, artificer of the world, bring forth
Aboundingly all things for all.