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Brian Tarsis

Brian Tarsis is a talented and extremely versatile US artist who is from the early 1980s in the business. In the bondage and S & M scenes his works are well known.
 
The first bondage, S & M-illustrations created in 1983. More than pretty badly he talked with contract work on water, inter alia, to be on the side to be able to finance his training as a commercial artist.
 
Since Tarsis already “childhood” drew of like scruffy pictures, and he found that were published in his time no good BDSM drawings in various publications, he strode unceremoniously itself into action and applied in connection with any hip magazines with its Work. Despite all the unimaginative nonsense that was in the 70s and 80s in the “bondage shelves” was Tarsis a publisher who supported his first efforts to quality.
Thus arose in 1984 first work for a bondage magazine of Harmony. The cooperation with the publishing house opened more doors to him. Soon he was able to get a taste as editor and art director of three magazines in other areas of the house such. As video production and photo shoot. Incidentally and “necessity”, he acquired as photography, video editing and “make ropes in bondage style of”. After successful 3 1/2 years at Harmony moved to Tarshish H.O.M. There he learned the video industry know and turned around 150 video films for “London Video”.
 
1994 returned Tarsis back to the drawing board and produced albums and comics for Eros Comix and B & D Pleasures. It emerged, inter alia, “City of Dreams” and “Daphne”. After years in which he produced for others and worked, Brian is now his “own man” and adds from his home base in Seattle, the “BDSM-world”.
 
Its publication Valeria convinces in all respects. A fantasy S & M bondage story the appearance and content his talent reflects. Unfortunately, the album was released only in black and white printing.
 
Because of its working life abwechlungsreichen Tarsis has a trained eye for mood and ambience, a mature Technique and an outstanding imagery. The S & M enthusiasts it remains nothing guilty and presented his stories with sharp hardcore scenes. Tarsis moves despite the S & M-thread under and treat “cartoon characters” with respect. Even if it is “sometimes painful for the players,” Tarsis is never exaggerated brutal; otherwise as some “colleagues” from the Internet scene. In his stories bondage and S & M still remains a pleasurable, painful game between the sexes.

According to its website Tarsis has resigned abandoned because his works were a thousand times illegally copied and distributed on the Internet, without which he has also seen a dime.
 
Publications (selection):
– Valeria
– Daphne
– City of Dreams
– Tarsis Anthology Book 1 and 2 (short story collection)
– The Long Cruel Winter
– WORMWOOD: A Gothic Tale of unrelenting horror and inexcusable perversion
– Komic Fantasies Tray1-3 (parts thereof)
– Pain is the Best Teacher

Horacio Altuna

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Horacio Altuna comic artist
Altuna has published more than 70 books in 20 countries.

Horacio Altuna (born November 24, 1941) is an Argentine comics artist. Very young, Altuna has a passion for drawing. It is the student’s Gianni Dalfiume, who encouraged him to take a serious interest in comics. His line is both realistic and cartoonish. In the world of erotic comics, he attended through publications in Playboy magazine, he recalls Milo Manara, with more humor. Since 1982 he lives and works in Spain. In 1986, he received the Yellow Kid. Horacio Altuna now lives in Sitges, Barcelona. He is married and has three children.
Born in Córdoba, Altuna made his debut in the comics world in 1965 for publisher Editorial Columbia. His first characters were Titan, a Superman-like superhero, Kabul de Bengala (1971, written by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and Armando Fernández among others), Big Norman, Hilario Corvalán and others.

From 1973 to 1976 Altuna collaborated with Fleetway, Ediciones Record, Charlton Comics, Playboy and the French Les Humanoïdes Associés.

In July 1975, in the daily newspaper El Clarín, Altuna with writer Carlos Trillo created the journalist character Hugo Chávez, best known as El loco Chavez, one of the Argentine most popular comics strips. Also with Trillo Altuna has drawn the series Charlie Moon and Las puertitas del señor López.

In 1982 Altuna moved to Sitges, Spain, drawing stories for the Editorial Toutain and short erotic stories for Playboy. As of February 2005, he has published the comic strip Familia Tipo in the newspaper El Periódico.

Award: 1986 – Yellow Kid and Gran Guinigi prize for Best Foreign Author

Self-taught artist Horacio Altuna made his debut in Argentina in 1965. He began a longtime collaboration with the publishing house Colomba in Buenos Aires in 1967, where he co-created characters like ‘Big Norman’ (with writer Robin Wood), ‘Hilario Corvalan’ (with Sergio Almendre), ‘Los Cuzados’ and ‘Kabul’ (with Hector German Oesterheld). In addition, he worked for the publishers Quinterno, Abril and Atlantida, as well as the Fleetway group in London. In 1975, he created the series ‘El Loco Chavez’ with the writer Carlos Trillo in the daily Clarin. The strip was a huge success, and was adapted for TV and published in Spain and France.

Altuna became secretary of the Argentinean Comic Association and taught graphics at the School of Arts in Buenos Aires. In 1982, he moved to Spain, where he got assiciated with Josep Toutain’s agency. He contributed to magazines like Zona 84, Comix Internacional, Cimoc and Play Boy.Already a master of black and white techniques, he devoted himself to stories in color, like ‘Ficcionario’, ‘Tragaperas’, ‘Merdichensky’ and ‘Charlie Moon’, which were published all over Europe. In 1986, he drew the political fiction ‘Chances’ in Pilote et Charlie, and received the ‘Yellow Kid Award for the Best Illustrator’ from the International Comics Salon in Lucca. In the 1990s, he produced several albums published by Toutain (‘Charlie Moon’), Les Humanoïdes Associés (‘Noëls Fripons’, ‘Douce Randonnée’) and Titanic (‘Voyeur’).

From 1993, he was present in Co & Co, a new adult monthly of Ediciones B, for which he conceived ‘Hot L.A.’. He specialized short erotic stories, which were published in most of the European editions of Playboy magazine. While his main focus in the 1990s were erotic comics, he also produced the family comic ‘Familia Tipo’ in El Periódico and later in the Argentine daily El Nene Montano. A talented realistic comic artist, Altuna has made many innovations in traditional comic layout, experimenting with the placement of his text balloons.

Altuna’s work as a complete author (writer/artist, except where noted) includes:

Daily strips published in the Argentine newspaper Clarín:
El Loco Chávez (with writer Carlos Trillo, 1975–87)
El Nene Montanaro (1994–2002)
Es lo que Hay (Reality) (2010–present)
Las puertitas del Sr. López, with Carlos Trillo
Merdichesky, with Trillo
El último recreo, with Trillo
Tragaperras, with Trillo
Ficcionario (1983)
Chances (1985)
Imaginario (1987–88)
Time/Out (1986)
Various cartoons for Playboy (since 1988)
Hot L.A. (1992, 2000)

Ignacio Noe’s short bio

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Ignacio Noe is a writer, designer and colorist Argentine comic, born January 27, 1965 in Buenos Aires.
Ignacio Noah begins as a craft designer in 1986 in the Argentine’s magazine Fierro and in 1988 he published with writer Ricardo Bareirro short stories in Italian magazines Lancio Story and Comic Art1.

In 1992, he began to draw and developing scenarios for the spanish “Kiss” erotic magazine. Some of the stories of the magazine are taken into albums in several countries later. He published including english “Doctor! I’m Too Big!” and “The Convent of Hell” in 19982.

In the early 2000s, he met Jean-David Morvan and participates in the first volume of “The Chronicles Wake” (Les Chroniques de Sillage) at Delcourt. From 2006 on a script by Jean-David Morvan and Michel Dufranne, he draws the trilogy at “Helldorado” at Casterman. Then in 2011 he published with Stephane Pauwels and Michel Dufranne “Football in the shadow of the stars” in Soleil.

In parallel to the comics, he published illustrations for the press and drawings for children’s books in Argentine.

BIBLIOGRAPHIE:
Selen présente… 2000
Sillage (Les chroniques de) 2004
Exposition 2006
Helldorado 2006-2011
Accordeur (L’) 2007-2009
Salon de l’érotisme 2008
Football, dans l’ombre des étoiles 2011
(AUT) Hugault 2013
Douce Tiède & Parfumée 2013-2014
Couvent infernal (Le) 2015
Convent of Hell (The) 1997
Ship of Fools 1999
La Diète 1997
Aldana 2009

Peter Riverstone biography

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Peter Riverstone, whose real name is Bernard Kamenoff, born in Clamart in Hauts-de-Seine 14 November 1947, is a French cartoonist Bulgarian ancestry. He also worked under other pseudonyms comput_lab, Peter, Firestone, 023014, Bandryke, Caumandre, Molossier, José Pierre …

He grew up and attended high school in Paris. He realize his university studies in the series Beaux Arts UP8 architecture in Paris and at the Faculty of Vincennes 1969-1971.

In 1980 he published his first publications published by Square (Georges Bernier) and “Charlie Mensuel”, the story of “Aventures de L’aspérouse” Also in “Charlie Mensuel” Dargaud with Mandryka as editor, he published:

1981: “The Adventures of Martin Verlass.” (Les aventures de Martin Verlass)
from 1982 to 1983: “Alice” with Mandryka (participation texts).
1983 and 1984: “Annah O” with Patrice Caumont Nikita Mandryka.
He also worked for the press erotic comics and realizes:

in 1982 in the “Sexbulles” newspapers, “Bédéadult” (CAP editions, IPM …): “Gomorrhe”, “Fugue infinie”, “Island of perversions” (Ile des perversions) with writer “Henef” etc.
from 1985 to 1995: “Trop plein d’écumes” (Too full of scum) volumes 1 and 2, “Il manque à vos expériences” (Missing from your experiences), “Thamara & Judah,” “Judith et Holopherne” (inspired by Judith book) and “Nagarya” volumes 1 and 2 and finally “Casanova Ultérieur” and some short stories from Boccaccio.
From 1995 to 2001, he joined “ExMachina” old “TDI” (Thomson Digital Images) where he participated in various productions with 3D film “Pola X” by Leos Carax.

The author has sculpted in these last fifty years everything that has come out of his hands . Drawing has been the way to flatten and organize his cumbersome ” arsenal “. That’ s why he switched to computer graphics in spite of it’ s dark side ; working with 3D remind us of ” Morel’ s Invention ” a famous novel by A Bioy Casares ; Borges’ s friend and collaborator …

ITINERARY

1970-1973
Humanities at Vincennes University, Studies Architecture in the former “Pavillon Baltard”
which preceded the ” Trou des Halles ” … Early encounters and influences:
Friends as C. Bouillé ; surrealist group (Ranelagh 1967)
Highly attracted by “les peintres à l’ancienne” from J. Bosh to Delacroix ….
Other influences : “Tel Quel” group, R.Barthes,
C. Levy Strauss, J. Kristeva, J.L. Sheffer “scenographie d’un tableau ” ( 1967-1972 ) …

TRAVELS: Hiking in Great Britain and Eire(Clifden)1967
Nothern Sahara in “the old 2cv” via Spain , Ceuta and Carthage in 1970 …
Ayear stay in the Caribbean French Antilles and Guyana in 1973

1975-1978
Voyage to the mists of time: Afghanistan, India and Nepal … Far East via Europe and middle-East before war in Afghanistan and Islamic Revolution in Iran … Return to Europe and beginning of voyage to the inner self …

1980
First Comics published. A very inefficient way of earning a living but a way, one can hope, of assembling stories and Writing. Obsession is the antagonistic force that impulses the desire to open the scene in “l’origine du monde” ( by Courbet ). It’s force opposite to that of Writing, an overpresence due to fascination .

1990
The overwork required by painting activity generates a conflict with comic strips’s own limits. Comics require schematic strokes one way or another. Conflict begins with “The invention of Morel”; Amiga 3000 and programming language”.asm” …. We are still far from the stage of pictures. Riverstone, author of comics strips then turned into an “ant”, but, the Lord of insects is pityless !…

1995
Silicon Graphics at ExMachina (T.D.I. labs ); European temple of computer graphic pictures, place of birth of “Explore” the software which later generated “Maya” along with Alias & Wavefront ….
Also worked in several projects like: “PolaX” by L . Carax Reference images for “Final Fantasy” and “Man ‘ s adventure” by Yves Coppens …

2002-2006
“Evy in Ruins” ( film and comic book) gets moving, quicker and easier but the author is caught in the trap: Comic strips projects, computer Graphic pictures and movies are simultaneous, consequently, addictive. Fortunately insects have a short life-span .