How did you come to work with artist Jesus Redondo? Was the script finished before you had an artist, or did his style influence the way you told the story? (And did you have any idea Sylbert Raven was going to look that disturbing?)
Jesus was recommended to me via Samantha at Kickstart. I like how he gave the book a unique, timeless, style. Jesus lives in Spain, doesn’t speak English, and I’m not sure if he’s ever been to New Orleans but he sure nailed it. I saw pencils of the characters in the beginning and I felt like he was hitting the mark pretty well, so I forgot about the drawing part while I was writing the script. So no, he didn’t influence how I wrote but I strangely found myself listening to more and more Flamenco music.