Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Vertigo Pop Tokyo 1, page 16

Seth said one time (probably more than once) that he always tried to make each page beautiful, that is, the page as a whole.
To that end, he always varied the size and shapes of the frames, as well as the perspective and the positions of his characters. He also made sure all the frames went together in a way that told the story and was pleasing to the eye.
He also amused himself with visual jokes, or puns.
Don't the bottom three frames on the left look like a row of images on a slot machine? Is that an accident? Hmmm.

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