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No notes for slide. Product Details Product feature: View or download The Heroin Diaries: There are a number of different artists involved in the book with different artistic approaches.
What was your particular process in developing your portion of the storytelling of the graphic novel of The Heroin Diaries? Danijel did the pages where Nikki is alone and in the depth of his paranoia and addiction.
So, that drove the artistic choices. Like emotional expressionism.
I went with a style closer to those of Paul Smith or the Hernandez brothers—synthetic, clear, and strong. What was your first take on reading through the script for the graphic novel? Gaining some life experience of my own, I have more perspective on some of what Nikki was dealing with. The stuff I found most interesting was all the other musicians in the periphery, like Slash.
It was fun seeing their connection to the rest of the musicians I knew at the time.
A question for the editor and scripter here—Rantz, how did you feel as you saw the pages coming in? I was floored. I loved how Kieron Dwyer gave a rooted in reality contrast to the introduction, and Patricio Delpeche is a monster.
It was important to him, so it was important to me. Fortunately I had some funny scenes to draw so it would be great if he saw these events from a new perspective and maybe get a good laugh out of it. You tell them the truth, and clearly convey what your creative idea is. Out of your own musical heroes, whose life or music do you feel would make for a particularly vivid comic or graphic novel? There is plenty of room there to go crazy and the aesthetic around the character has always been rich enough to fuel any artistic production about it.
Maybe someday Andrew will give the thumbs up on it!