amazing designs, neil. interesting that this storyto me only works in black and white. I just wanted topost some frames from the old german film versiontogether with caligari. coincidence..
Bring 'em on Hans.I'm sure you know the work of the architect Hans Poelzig, who was the production designer on Paul Wegener's classic.There is a book on Poelzig: ISBN. 0-262-16127-3I think I heard that Wegener made this fim twice...I don't know which version I've seen.In the Lon Chaney/Universal WOLFMAN movie there was a mad architect character called Poelzig...Normally seen among interesting artdeco sets...But poorly lit and nothing like Poelzig's own mysterious work...Well, I guess it would'nt put bums on seats.
it's a great story and the drawings are superbes....Have you been inspired by the Golem's story made by Dino Battaglia?
Hello Yacin,These drawings are about 10 years old.....I just found them again.Daniel Cacouault showed me Battaglia's Golem about 5 years ago. I do like Battaglia...But I don't like his version of the creature. I'd like to return to this theme when the time is right.Paul Wegener's strange costume is hard to beat. Noone would create a movie monster like that these days.Is Battaglia still around?And where is my favourite Italian BD artist Sergio Toppi?
c'est vraiment superbe...
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