My life is a research trip through the world of “analog” painting, until I came across realistic digital painting and technically adapt to it. My intention is to equate the two disciplines and bring a more real than realistic feel to my illustrations.
For this I use the technique of fluorescent painting with black light, because it allows me to paint "analogically" with the RGB color system used in digital illustration.
In the originals, a series of effects applicable to the mural, sculpture and exhibition can be created, such as a 3D effect without the need for glasses, showing or hiding images, even changing the light of a scene, from day to night.
My path began at the end of the 80s as a cartoonist for Makoki magazine, then I did my first work as an illustrator alternating them with exhibitions in bars, from this time I am amused to highlight, due to my relationship with black light, my collaboration with "Glow King" in a children's series of phosphorescent plastic planets for wall decoration.
I studied drawing and also painting at "Escola Massana" and I began to exhibit in galleries in Barcelona, and later in Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Zaragoza and Santiago de Compostela.
Later I graduated in Fine Arts at the Sant Jordi Faculty in Barcelona, and I have worked as a teacher.
I started using fluorescent colors to give my landscapes more realism, and by illuminating them with black light I discovered a range of possibilities that I have not stopped exploring.
In my last works with the “fluorescence” technique, I have illustrated the covers of the saga “Guardian stories” and I have painted a mural for “Riff Bar”. I am currently applying the light possibilities of "fluorescence" to sculpture and diorama, in parallel to illustration.