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Well, it’s no longer a secret since Philippe Nihoul officially announced it on his blog, Denis is working on a new project... Philippe’s presentation, an original presentation the likes of which only he can do, is shown bellow :
"It’s a new series set to begin in the new Glamour magazine soon to be launched by Fluide Glacial. They’ll be short stories staring the beautiful Chastity Blaze, caught up against sexually obsessed villainous commies and perverted and cruel china men. Everything to be set over a cold war background, super villains, mad scientists, atomic and anatomic bombs, lecherous robots, killer viruses and overly sexualized lascivious female spies.
In short, the whole thing is nothing but a pretext to get Denis to draw scantily clad damsels (which I’ve been encouraging him to do for quite a while now!) domain in which he has few peers and, for myself, the opportunity to unleash new insanities with the total lack of scruples and enthusiasm that so characterise me. We embarked with us a young Montreal resident, who answers to the pretty name of Louis Lachance, Actually, he’ll only answer if you call him with a Quebec accent, otherwise he’ll ignore you in a superb fashion... Which one does need to know, otherwise one could be vexed, resulting in an unpleasant ambience, which would be kind of silly...
This is a truly collaborative effort, allowing us to progress rapidly in a perpetual sense of joy and good cheer."
Now that things are a bit clearer, let’s see some images:
Un dessin qui a voyagé entre Denis et Louis, Denis a bien apprécié les noirs supplémentaires et les taillis de Louis, mais n’est pas convaincu par la voiture (trop de zone plates) et les jambes du nain, d’où la version coupée de l’image.
A drawing that went back and Forth between Denis and Louis, Denis appreciated Louis’ extra blacks and his desert vegetation, but was not convinced by the car (too many flat zones) and the dwarf’s legs, which explains the image being cut.
…Denis visited me yesterday… While discussing the car in the previous images (a Bugatti Atlantic) and his lack of reference on it a brainstorm hit me!
‘’Good lord, it’s so obvious!!!’’ I own a scale model of this retro-futuristic speedster... a frantic search through my archives didn’t turn up the model, but I found it hiding in a most sneaky fashion atop a bookcase in my office... After a much needed dusting the extraordinary vehicle was in our hands, presenting itself from all possible and imaginable angles much to Denis’ happiness... There are no coincidences...
‘’You’ve seen what Denis did with the bear skin, the face he gave it!!! He turned it into a character of its own’’ :o)