View Guido Crepax’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in- depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction . Area(s), Artist, writer. Notable works. Valentina Anita Histoire d’O Belinda Bianca. Guido Crepas (15 July in Milan – 31 July in Milan), better known by his nom de. Anita Crepax is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Anita Crepax and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the.

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This stuff is pure comics. This distance is how he is different from someone like Manara. Plus the way the phones Z across the page they make the eye sort of drag across the erotic portions of the page at a kind of corner of the cgepax glance.

Poirot77 added it Jul 11, The page above is from Anita Live—which is in my opinion the best colored Crepax work. To see what your friends thought cre;ax this book, please sign up.

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These early X-force comics presage. The fact is, Guido is a voyeur by nature. I find that when I read Valentina, that is my criticism of it—that in some ways, she participates in adventures—that I am not really that certain matter—but because of the rigidity of that world, there is a linearity that in parts of Valentina she has to adhere to.

The other great thing on this page is the two heads in the middle of the page, and how they bubble up and mesh with the third panel right above them—you creax of ooze down the hair to the one head—and then back to the left. This probably speaks a lot to my adoration of the Bianca stories—because they are the primacy of the image and the sequence.

I have no desire to serve as a model. Larsen was on twitter the other day saying one of the editors for one of the big crrepax had a rule about artists having to keep their characters inside of the panel boundaries—which is such a hysterically wrong rule for specifically superhero comics.

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Bianca, Emmanuelle, Venus in Furs. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

The first and second panel are amaaaazing. The sense of play in these early issues is pretty terrific, and in some respects reminds me of sort of a toned down version of the fun Brandon Graham has with his comics. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I think when Crepax was doing it he was obviously sort of referencing film—but I think that multimedia rhythm still feels like NOW now.

His strengths in rhythm, paneling, and form are most allowed to run around to their logical endpoints in Bianca—where in other works, he is perhaps constrained somewhat. The other thing is that I would definitely consider myself as a student in his school.

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He likes to represent erotic scenes without identifying with those he portrays. Alexandre Loth added it Jan 21, And again, notice the use of the vertical panels here. Not better or worse. Berna Labourdette rated it liked it Dec 29, I also dig how the bottom of the second panel is drawn but not the top.

I am interested in the steps toward creating the sublime. The phone is where the speech and sound on the page are so your eye would naturally go to it. Print This speaks to something I talked about when I wrote about Bianca for Comicsalliance — there is a detachment in most of the eroticism of Crepax I say most, because I think works like Emmanuelle are very directly erotic—and almost highlight how much Crepax hangs back in other work where his focus as the artist is not getting off on what he is drawing—or that is not how it is presented to the reader.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. Emmanuelle, Bianca, and Venus in Furs.

Just through how he is placing his panels he is creating depth and dimension and time for his characters to move through. And then one last page from Hello Anita by Guido Crepax. Crepax, Valentina Time stutters, stops, starts again, rewinds, zooms in—beautiful to watch.

It takes a singular moment in time and refracts it through comic time anitx create this lovely sort of slow mo stuttering effect. Return to Book Page.

Refresh and try again. This page is fantastic. Compared to Valentina, whose adventures belong to a particular reality so real she even has an identity cardI had fun making Bianca a completely free character.