were you born? Where did you grow up?
In the city of Santa F�, Argentina � I
moved to Buenos Aires when I was 13 and came to Brazil
(S�o Paulo) when I was 23.
Architechture (FAU Buenos Aires) � Escola Panamericana de Arte
long have you been working professionally in comics?
things -- both in art and otherwise -- have you worked
on, besides comics?
I�m an internet creative director, I do
story boards for movies, commercials and feature
films, concept design for videogames, publicity
illustrator. Depends on the opportunities that come
about how you broke into the business --was it easy?
It was easy, my first work was Paranoia
for Malibu, from then on many good jobs start
My best work was at the same time, a
defeat, because it was never published due to some
internal problems at Marvel. It was Wraitheart,
a hero created by Clive Barker, sensational.
Another great unpublished work, was The
great and secret show, also from Clive Barker.
The publisher that was doing this project went
you work as an assistant to any other artists?
No, I�ve always worked alone.
did your parents take to the idea of working in
My parents have always supported my
artistic activities; my father was a comics fan.
would you describe your workspace?
My studio is in my home. It�s my
favourite working place.
job are you the proudest of? My greatest prides are a lot, above all the
already mentioned works I did with Clive Barker, a
special note to the short story �How Spoilers
Bleed�, published by Eclipse.
The worst, I wouldn�t say embarrassing,
was Buffy, since I thought the scripts were too
boring, it was a torture doing this book.
are you currently drawing?
I�m working on samples for several
projects, actually trying to find my way back in a
business that has changed much since I wandered away
about your family.
I�ve been married for 26 years and have 2
kids, Alexandre and Natalia, who are 23 and 22 years
My son likes comics a lot, but doesn�t
work with it.
My family supports me in everything I do.
Every comics artist suffers from the same
problem, the indiscriminate use of weekends for work.
projects do you hope to work on in the future?
I�m betting heavily on concept design for games. It�s the
sum of all that I love doing as a professional �
create, create, create.
do you see yourself in five years?
Older, but still tuned on. (I hope).
is the interest in comics where you live?
There�s always that brother in law that
says: This guy is always drawing, when is he going to
get a real job??
People in general always find our profession curious.
1 thing you'll always find in your refrigerator?
your favorite food?
Argentinian Barbecue (done by myself) and
Paella Valenciana (done by my Spanish wife).
are your favorite interests --Movies? Music? TV?
I�m mad about movies, internet, games,
comics and books.
Everything that involves telling stories to
people. I don�t care about sports and I got no time
you ever thought of writing your own stories?
I�ve written several and published them.
an average day in your life like?
I like to start working early, around 8:00.
Regular routine� I always try not to accumulate work
so that I can have nights and weekends free.
I keep a super
tidy schedule, so I don�t get lost with
deadlines and meetings, since I do several different
things, as I said.
you have any great, unsold projects in your files that
nobody's gotten to see published?
drawer full of them... One of them is a series of
short stories to be published in the Internet,
you weren't a comic-book artist today, what would you
A movie director.
you taught comic-book art or had any assistants?
I�ve had my own art school. I love to
pass down my experience to the younger ones.