Submit your Questions - Interview with Elisa Féliz

Exciting news! CharmedComicFan10 is going to have an interview with Elisa Féliz!

Here is your part: Submit your questions in the sidebar page or in the comments below.

You can submit a total of 3 Qs.

Submit your questions until Sunday (8/9/2015) when i will pick a selection of them for the interview.


P.S By submiting Qs you agree that if picked they may be slightly altered (the wording, not the meaning) or combined with others but you will surely be credited for them in the final interview.

Comments: 5 (Discussion closed)
  • #1

    miguel rude (Monday, 03 August 2015 22:46)

    Você vem para o FIQ? Temos um Stand aqui.

  • #2

    Scott21 (Tuesday, 04 August 2015 06:47)

    Would you work on a charmed animated series if they made one?

  • #3

    TomTom (Wednesday, 05 August 2015 00:42)

    Sorry, a little bit more than three questions, but I seperated them. ;)

    Questions about the comics:
    How long do you work on one panel? (approx)
    Which character is the easiest or hardest to draw?
    Which character is the most fun to draw?

    Questions in general:
    Do you only draw with a graphic tablet or with paper and pen too?
    Do you have studied art or something like that?

    Oh and a last one: do you get order from above, how the panels and characters have to look like or can you choose everything you want?

  • #4

    Sue K (Thursday, 06 August 2015 12:07)

    What is the most difficult part of drawing for Charmed.

    Have any of the real life actors commented on the drawings?

    Have you ever drawn a friend or yourself in the background such as in a crowd scene. Your artwork is amazing.

  • #5

    Miia (Saturday, 08 August 2015 13:02)

    First of all: thanks for your incredible work! It's amazing!
    My questions:
    Are you allowed to use any picture of the Charmed actors as a sample or do you get a selection of pictures you can use?
    Which character do you like the most?
    Do you hide some eastereggs or something like that in your drawings?