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Tsunami– page 1 – jean denis Pendanx

Comic Strip
Watercolor
33 x 47 cm (12.99 x 18.5 in.)
Price : 850 €  [$]

Description

Tsunami – page 76 – jean denis Pendanx – planche originale couleurs format 47 x 33 – signée

Comment

C’Est le récit tout à la fois d’une recherche d’un proche disparu et un polar initiatique au coeur de l’Indonésie, plusieurs années après les ravages du tsunami. L’occasion pour Piatzszek de raconter cet archipel qu’il aime tant et connaît bien, et pour Pendanx de laisser ses talents de peintre explorer une nature luxuriante, des lumières somptueuses en réalisant des planches envoutantes. bd theque
Après des albums de facture assez classique, Jean-Denis Pendanx nous avait étonné en signant des oeuvres plus picturales : Abdallahi et Jéronimus marquant une évolution sensible du style de l’auteur. En utilisant la peinture acrylique, il pouvait mieux exprimer son ressenti à travers les jeux de lumière ou verser vers des scènes plus expressionniste

About Jean-Denis Pendanx

Jean-Denis Pendanx was born in Dax in 1966. He studied graphic arts in Toulouse and later in Paris. He started his career designing covers for magazines about role playing games. His first comic album, 'Diavolo le Solennel', was written by Doug Headline and was published by Editions Zenda in 1991. Between 1993 and 1997, Pendanx illustrated four books of the exotic fantasy series 'Labyrinthes', written by Serge Le Tendre and Dieter. During this period, Pendanx's style evolved from a Clear Line to a more nervous drawing style. Together with Alain Brézault, he made a comic adaptation of Brézault's novel 'Les Corruptibles' for Glénat (2002-04). Pendanx moved over to Futuropolis in 2006 to make 'Abdallahi' with Christophe Dabitch. Pendanx and Dabitch continued their collaboration in 2008 with the trilogy 'Jéronimus'. When this series ended in 2011, he teamed up with Kris to create 'Svoboda!', a comic about Eastern-Europe during World War I, as well as the oneshot 'Tsunami' with Stéphane Piatzszek. Jean-Denis Pendanx has also made comic adaptations of novels for Je Bouquine and works in animation ('Corto Maltese'). Text (c) Lambiek

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