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2019 - Dernier Souffle page 28 by Thierry Martin - Illustration

2019 - Dernier Souffle page 28

13 x 20 cm (5.12 x 7.87 in.)


La neige épaisse (voir la couche qui recouvre le toit de la cabane) étouffe tous les bruits. Cette scène est silencieuse, aussi silencieuse que la mort du personnage, le front transpercé par un couteau.
Rien ne bouge, tout n'est que silence, ça peut durer longtemps, très longtemps avant qu'un homme ou qu'un animal ne vienne perturber ce tableau ...


  • Dernier Souffle
  • Black & White
  • 06/2019
  • Page 28

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About Thierry Martin

Thierry Martin was born in Beyrouth, but moved to France in 1975 during the civil war. He entrolled in the art schools in both Perpignan and Nancy, and had an apprenticeship in animation at the Gobelins school in Paris. He had his first publications in some erotic magazines, and then worked in animation for TV and cinema for several years. In 2002 and 2003, he made his comics series 'Le Pil' in cooperation with scriptwriter Olivier Taïeb at Dargaud, using the pen name Matrix. By 2005 he was working under his own name on 'Vincent, mon frère mort-vivant', a comic book for Soleil in cooperation with Jean-Marc Mathis. He then participated in collective albums for both Delcourt and Soleil ('Paroles d'Étoiles', 'La Fontaine aux Fables'), and continued his collaboration with Mathis for 'Le Roman de Renart' in 2007. Text (c) Lambiek