Julie Ortet / Directrice administrative et conseillère artistique

BDs :

  1. Les aventures de Jak et Bil au Kazakhstan : Le trésor de Gengis Khan
  2. Les aventures de Jak et Bil au Gabon : Le secret de l’ivoire
  3. Les aventures de Jak et Bil en Écosse : Le mystère du Loch Ness
  4. Les aventures de Jak et Bil au Moyen-Orient : L’énigme de l’eau-tomobile
  5. Les aventures de Jak et Bil aux Pays-Bas : L’intrigue du moulin De Nachtegaal

“When I was 8 years old, my father told me stories that he invented as he went along. And I loved it! So, when he created his first comic book: The adventures of Jak and Bil in Kazakhstan, I was thrilled! In 2017 I was asked to join the team and I could not be happier to be a part of this adventure! I’m in charge of the montage and editing of the books but the most interesting part is the subject matter developed in the adventures which can be quite an eye opener. The best moments with my father are when we review the pages with text bubbles adding humor and jokes. This creativity and enthusiasm gives us fun and valuable moments.As my interest and expertise developed for Jak & Bil’s adventures, I decided to share this passion by doing Comic book workshops with children. They learn how to use computers, drawing pads, software but also how to teamwork and invent stories with humor and funny characters. For older children, we produce a more developed comic book as a humanitarian project. The copyright and royalties of the book goes to a child organization which helps raising funds.It is very fulfilling to have the attention and inspiration of children focused on a comic book: their piece of art…”