Francois Chau is a brilliant actor, one whose roles I have enjoyed over the years. When I first started watching "The Expanse," I was delighted to find him cast in the role of Jules Pierre Mau.
When I decided to do an art series featuring cast members and guests from the SyFy (now Amazon Prime) television show "The Expanse," I just knew that Chau would have to be one of the first ones I did. As it turns out, this is the fourth in the series.
Taking more than 75 hours, this 15x20-inch piece was painstakingly hand-drawn dot-by-dot and line-by-line, using four different nib sizes of Kohinoor technical pens. An airbrush was also used for the protomolecule accents. Drawn on quality heavy Crescent Illustration board, the original artwork will last for generations when properly framed. The photo does not do it justice as it mashes all the fine details when reduced.
I hope you enjoy.
Technical pens were the mainstay of the designer and illustrator's craft before the development of computer graphics. Now, many art enthusiasts are rediscovering the technical pen because its handiwork stands out almost magically against the bland precision of computer rendered graphics. My work has always been produced with the best technical pens and durable India inks available.
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