Daniele Rudoni


I'd rather color some random project than draw on other scripts, for a big company.

That's why I always say "yes" to all the color project they throw at me.  Coloring has become a job, with the good and bad things that come with this.

I've colored so many projects, and so many authors, that I've lost count. Especially with Dylan Dog, I colored short stories of a dozen different artists, always asking myself what would be the best way to color each one of them. That helped me through the years to understand how to empower the art with colors, no matter what the drawing style is.

The Marvel experience, and the US market in general, helped me mastering special effects and lights. 

Anyone wants colors to empower their comic experience? 
I'm definitely the guy.