Lorenzo Mattotti - Hansel and Gretel Esta imagen esta relacionada con el romanticismo, el momento que vemos nos causa miedo, y podemos observar la libertad de los trazos que se utilizan

Neil Gaiman Reimagines Hansel & Gretel, with Gorgeous Black-and-White Illustrations by Italian Graphic Artist Lorenzo Mattotti

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Jorge González : Foto

Coup d'Etat in Chile, Jorge González

by Jorge Gonzalez

by Jorge Gonzalez

Storyboard by Jorge Gonzalez-beautiful line drawings comprised of graceful organic lines. Sepia tone adds an old look to it and supports the subject. Harmonious. Variety of points of view add interest.

Storyboard by Jorge Gonzalez-beautiful line drawings comprised of graceful organic lines. Sepia tone adds an old look to it and supports the subject. Variety of points of view add interest.

Manuele Fior

Paint reflection in a steamy mirror

Alex Higlett - MA Illustration coursework    Winner - Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2009

Alex Higlett - MA Illustration coursework Winner - Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2009

Graphic sequence can be use in many different media, such as film or animation. This is Hitchcock's Vertigo storyboard, this storyboard is a static visual narrative, it tells what is going on frame by frame. So when they film the movie later on, they can know exactly what is going on next.

Tell Forward: "VERTIGO" Envisioned: Storyboards from Alfred Hitchcock's Masterpiece

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minimal use of colour, imagery tells a story

Nelson (contribution) : Jon McNaught

Nelson (contribution) : Jon McNaught

StoryBoard - Hitchcock's "Vertigo" (1958)

Storyboard sequence from ''Vertigo''.

Drawings for the Master: Storyboards from the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

VERTIGO, Drowning Scene: Drawings for the Master; Storyboards from the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

Dominique Goblet

Dominique Goblet

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