François Gomès is a self-taught French comic artist from the Parisian area. He draws his influences from artists like Miyasaki, Loisel and Tarquin. It was during his military service that he set up a roleplaying magazine called Lunatic Asylum with Pierre Angot. He has worked on advertising assigments and was hired by the publisher Nucléa to draw the series 'Karma'. However, the series never saw the light of day due to the publisher's demise. He followed Nucléa's director Jean-Luc Istin to Soleil Productions, where his first job was participating in the artwork of three books in the series 'Les Contes du Korrigan' in 2004 and 2005. He was assigned to draw the heroic fantasy series 'Les Terres de Sienn' from scripts by Nicolas Pona and Istin in 2008.
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