I've heard some experts state that as an artform, comics are particularly well-suited to depict dreams and dreamlike imagery. I think this is a good illustration of that, though Albert seems to be a very down-to-earth dreamer.
Wooow! I really like the brush strokes in this one, looks pretty different to your other comics, I think, but I like both styles. And hey, the lightning in that panel 1 looks great-- it brought to mind "Apocalypse now", where they had Brando in the dark with a low light lightning his face a bit. Creepy and cool!
Hey thanks Diego. Coming from you, that's a hell of a compliment Actually, I usually get kind of creepy when using my brush*.
* Pentel Brush Pen! I love it. Since I discovered it I stopped using real brushes. And it works awesomely: it feels and behaves exactly like a regular brush, only with ink cartridges. The tip stays perfect even if you open her and treat her badly. And the ink is very good. I hadn't used that brush pen for more than a year, and it gave me no issues at all
A friend told me once about the Pentel Brush Pen, which I haven't actually used, but I've read once in someone's blog I think, that the cool thing is that it's very useful to take it with one in case they want to sketch something with ink while travelling or whatever. Is it too expensive? I need to investigate about it because it definitely sounds like an useful tool to me.
Yes, having a brush you can bring around and draw wherever you like is a wonderful experience I got it for some 12€. The refills don't last very long, if you use tons of black, but they are not expensive (don't remember the exact price).