Gonzalez lives in Spain and works in traditional black pencil. He colors and enhances his drawings digitally to give them those sepia tones. His works include Fueye, Dear Patagonia and The Great Surubí.
I particularly like his strong compositions:
Here, playing the accordion:
To be clear, when I say that many graphic novels today are "poorly drawn" I'm not talking about technical facility or realism or mastery of traditional media. I'm more concerned with a lack of profundity, spirit, ability, sensitivity and visual imagination.
Gonzalez' work reminds me that for the right artist, there is still a big role for creativity on the visual side of graphic novels.