Storytelling is at the centre of my practice: I love telling stories through my illustrations and comic books. I intend to tell a story in every panel, I firmly believe that small stories put together can create a bigger story, the same way each human being is a particle that in conjunction with others compose the infinite. My technique is a mix of two methods: traditional materials and digital tools. I started drawing comics in the traditional way, on paper with pencil and ink. The progressive use of computers in my practice, first to scan the artwork and then to clean/correct, encouraged me to start drawing directly in the computer. Curiously, my intention has always been to give a “natural” look to all my digital artwork, to make it look organic and hand made. I explore traditional art media through my observational drawings that are essential on my research process. I discover places, people and situations with my preferred range of art material, usually pencils, inks and watercolours. Traditional materials offer me the freedom and mobility to explore places without the need of a computer. Then I go back to my studio to create my illustrations and comic pages digitally, taking the best of both traditional and digital media.