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nymbruyn:

Voici donc la couverture maquettée du tome 1 de Noor, en attendant la sortie de l’album courant janvier.

nymbruyn:

Voici donc la couverture maquettée du tome 1 de Noor, en attendant la sortie de l’album courant janvier.

pigeonbits:

A little sketchbook diary comic I drew today.  I get the feeling a lot of people go through this, adjuncts or not.

(via un-pas-de-cote)

Original panel by Moebius, from "Arzach" (color inks, yes, there were a few Arzach original pages to admire too! ^^)Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panel by Moebius, from "Arzach" (color inks, yes, there were a few Arzach original pages to admire too! ^^)
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panels by F. Boucq & J. Charyn from "La Femme du Magicien".
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.
La Femme du Magicien is a strange, disturbing book, the “dream” scenes are among Boucq’s most beautiful works. I only knew the printed (in color) version of these, in black and white the pages are absolutely breathtaking.

Original panels by N. De Crécy.
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panel by Enki Bilal & JP Dionnet: "Exterminateur 17".Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panel by Enki Bilal & JP Dionnet: "Exterminateur 17".
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panels by Baru.
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panels by F’Murrr.
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

Original panels by Hugo Pratt, from "Corto Maltese".
Metal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition, 2014 Angouleme, France.

In June I went to the Métal Hurlant / (A Suivre) exhibition at the CIBDI Museum in Angouleme. This exhibition shows the most important works published in the 2 magazines during the 80’s and the 90’s. Many of the original pages we could admire are considered now as classics of the european comics. The pages were very hard to photograph because of the lights/reflections, but I took several close-ups I will post because I think they are interesting, showing the use of different tools by the artists (I hope you will forgive the bad photos).
Here’s an english summary for the exhibition.

Images above are from the famous "Chninkel" by Van Hamme & Rosinski.

 
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