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Crayonné du Scorpion by Enrico Marini - Original art
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Crayonné du Scorpion

Original art
2000
Pencil
Papier type canson
29.7 x 21 cm (11.69 x 8.27 in.)
Crayonné encadré
Planche 20 avec zoom sur la dernière case

Description

Crayonné préparatoire de Marini case du Tome 2 de la série le Scorpion

Inscriptions

Signé en bas à droite

Comment

Crayonné préparatoire de Enrico Marini pour la dernière case de la planche 20 du Tome 2 "Le secret du Pape" de la série le Scorpion avec Desberg au scénario aux éditions Dargaud paru en 2001.

On voit bien dans le crayonné le mouvement qui perd un peu de sa force une fois recadré et encré dans l'album.

Publication

  • Le secret du Pape
  • Dargaud
  • 10/2001
  • Page 22

About Enrico Marini

Enrico Marini studied art at the School of Fine Arts in Bêle. Since an early age, he was fascinated by comics and Japanese manga. He published his first work in the specialized magazine Strapazin, and in La Tribune de Genève. At the end of the eighties, he got contracted by publisher Alpen and illustrated 'Olivier Varèse', a children's series written by subsequently Marelle, Thierry Smolderen and Georges Pop. After four albums with this character, Marini switched genres and collaborated with Smolderen on 'Gipsy', published by Les Humanoïdes Associés from 1993. In 1996 he associated himself with writer Stephen Desberg and illustrated the western diptych 'L'Étoile du Desert' for publisher Dargaud. Then, with Jean Dufaux, he produced detective series 'Rapaces' for the same publisher between 1998 and 2003. Again with Desberg, Marini launched his best-known series about holy relics dealer 'Le Scorpion' in 2001. Marini does both script and art for his epic series about ancient Rome, 'Les Aigles de Rome', that started in 2007. Text (c) Lambiek

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VofRegina Top
Apr 29, 2017, 8:55 PM
michael07 L art du mouvement en effet...
Apr 29, 2017, 2:59 PM