Script, Art and¬† Color: Oscar Gonz√°lez Loyo
Lettering: Susie Romero
Translation: Mariana Moreno
Throughout our Studio’s history, some people with almost no drawing skills have passed by, (few, fortunately) but they wanted to be with us in this adventure about doing comic books anyway. Due to their friendship and interest, we accepted them as part of our friends group and assigned them duties according to¬† their possibilities; some entered the graphic design department, and others went into the administration area. Unfortunately, the drawing thing always poked their minds, but in spite of their efforts, they never reached the required quality and skills. Not even with our internal advice we could expect much from them, since some aspirants showed disproportional drawings, without any charisma or feeling, so we had to talk to them and orient them since they were not completely right. Nevertheless, the world in which we develop ourselves has many branches, so we oriented and advised them to become part of the group in something where their own abilities would turn them into true professionals without getting away from the media, but their stubbornness hypnotized them, and they clutched in a sick way to something for which a gift from birth is needed, they wanted to draw comic books, so sooner or later, they broke up with us, complaining about tyranny and¬† intransigence from us. It must be understood, that we, as a company, need certain qualities. Though many people may not like what we do, we’re professionals and have our own identity color. Whoever wants to be here must accept our working and operational politics. Those friends who left our Studio, wheedled by our studio’s critics, allowed themselves to be seduced by the lying pampering of our detractors in order to dedicate themselves to drawing, according to them. They set aside our advice which came from several years of experience. Now a day, when we see their work and actions, we sadly realize they’re not going anywhere. Some ended up where they didn’t want to work, but that’s how this is. Each one of us chooses his path, and even when being professional can have many advantages, the path is tough and difficult.; now imagine how it is for people with scarce possibilities… they’ll be seen in our media as dry leaves moved by the wind of circumstances, rejoicing for his friends’ congratulations for a bad drawing uploaded at the social networks or Internet art communities.