DCML digest, Vol 1 #368 - 5 msgs

Kriton Kyrimis kyrimis at cti.gr
Tue Jan 9 09:42:30 CET 2001

> Well, just a couple of examples can be identified with Perego's
> works: when he draws ducks they never have a sinchronization:
> open mouths for silent ducks, while they're talking their mouths
> are closed....
> And Luciano Gatto fills his panels with little sweat drops
> poppin'out from his characters.

Yes, and Don puts all those "annoying little details". But as the drawing
to which I was referring was recognizable as Don's even though it did
not have any of those details, I suspect that a duck without the context
of speech or without sweat drops would still be recognizable as Perego's
of Gatto's. "Style" must be something a bit more subtle.

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