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Double planche Requiem Olivier Ledroit by Olivier Ledroit - Comic Strip
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Double planche Requiem Olivier Ledroit

Comic Strip
2004
Mixed Media
60 x 84 cm (23.62 x 33.07 in.)
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Page 11 et 12 du tome 5

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Un Graal de plus à la collection une double planche d'Olivier pour la série Requiem.
Les flammes et le triplan sortent de la planche. On a chaud simplement en la regardant c'est impressionnant.
Ça fourmille de détails, les cases sont bien ordonnées et permettent une bonne lecture de la bataille aérienne engagée. Le noir sur les bords fait jaillir la lumière c'est superbe !!!

Je suis une nouvelle fois bluffé par le travail d'Olivier ...

Publication

  • Dragon blitz
  • Nickel Productions
  • 11/2004
  • Page 11-12

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About Olivier Ledroit

Olivier Ledroit is one of the most notable French artists of fantasy comics, and one of the founding fathers of the "BD Gothique" genre. After studying Applied Arts, Ledroit startted out drawing for some game magazines. Upon meeting the comics writer Froideval, Ledroit was introduced to the comics field. Together with Froideval, he created 'Les Chroniques de la Lune Noire', a series published by Zembla publishers from 1989, and subsequently by Dargaud. While working on this series, he drew 'Xoco' (1994), a fantasy story written by Thomas Mosdi. Between 1996 and 1999, he worked with Pat Mills on 'Sha', a science fiction series that is situated in a religious and fascist America. He contributed to Le Réveil de Golem, and created 'La Porte Écarlate' for Soleil in 1998. Under his own label, Nickel, he created the series 'Requiem Chevalier Vampire', another collaboration with Pat Mills, in 2000. He also illustrated an episode of 'Les Arcandes de la Lune Noire' with a script by Froideval for Dargaud in 2001. A book containing Ledroit's fairytale artwork, 'L'Univers Féerique d'Olivier Ledroit', was published by Daniel Maghen in 2003. Text (c) Lambiek