ANITA CREPAX PDF

View Guido Crepax’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in- depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction . Area(s), Artist, writer. Notable works. Valentina Anita Histoire d’O Belinda Bianca. Guido Crepas (15 July in Milan – 31 July in Milan), better known by his nom de. Anita Crepax is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Anita Crepax and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the.

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The other great thing on this aita is the two heads in the middle of the page, and how they bubble up and mesh with the third panel right above them—you sort of ooze down the hair to the one head—and then back to the left. I mostly just wanted to write about that Crepax layout though. The other thing is that I would definitely consider myself as a student in his school. I feel that Crepax, particularly in Bianca creates rhythms that are important in this direction. And then one last page from Hello Anita by Guido Crepax.

Nemoanon marked it as to-read May 28, Return to Book Page.

I created her to give myself a little more freedom[…] The structure of the Bianca stories is not homogenous, there is no real beginning and no real end. Zeke Viegas rated it really liked it Jun 01, Marcos Pereira marked it as to-read Dec 16, One of the most effective things Liefeld does, and he does it a lot in these early X-Force issues is this sort of power vertical panel on the left side of the page, and then smaller vertical panels sort of falling up or down in parrallel.

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Larsen was on twitter the other day saying one of the editors for one of the big two had a rule about artists having to keep their characters inside of the panel boundaries—which is such a hysterically wrong rule for specifically superhero comics. Time stutters, stops, starts again, rewinds, zooms in—beautiful to watch.

Characters were popping out of panels.

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Berna Labourdette rated it liked it Dec 29, I like it a lot. Print This probably speaks a lot to my adoration of the Bianca stories—because they are the primacy of the image and the sequence. Plus the way the phones Z across the page they make the eye sort of drag across the erotic portions of the page at a kind of corner of the eye glance.

These are some more pages from Hello Anita—I picked them for a more broad point about Crepax which is that his pages and rhythms tend to work along these two types of axis of which this is one. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Karl Hickey rated it it was ok Jan 09, I mean it should exist even more in western comics, given how compressed the action in our comics is.

Not better or worse.

Those extreme comics were playing around constantly with layouts and composition. I think you can see the advantage of it in the next to last panel on this page—where you can sort of feel a stretching of the figure, which is I think a kind of erotic tension also present in Schiele.

Page design like this is the kind of thing you would tear out of the comic and hang on your wall. I can sort of agree with that. This stuff is pure comics. The above page uses this vertical panel to play into those smaller vertical pink rectangles in the background the second panel—which combined with the coloring produces this fade out effect for this last page.

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Open Preview See a Problem? You need the few moments you dedicate to action in these comics to hit hard.

Mauro added it Jun 12, It might be my favorite thing in comics. Books by Guido Crepax.

And really, for probably a lot of the same reasons in terms of their audience. Goodreads helps you znita track of books you want to read. My universe is truly creepax own. One of the things I still get a lot out of the old Rob Liefeld X-Force comics I read as a kid is how dynamic his pages were. The phone is where the speech and sound on the page are so your eye would naturally go to it.

Other books in the series. Now that is not always the case. I think Ales Kot was saying on twitter the other day about flipping out about reading a comic where someone was just flat out wasting space. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Crepax, Valentina Time stutters, stops, starts again, rewinds, zooms in—beautiful to watch. They are like naita marks on a page. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here:

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