DANIEL TORRES "TRITON" Acetate color stats! 4 pages!Heavy Metal V.8,No.11 p58-61
Condition: SEE ITEM DESCRIPTION "Triton" by Daniel Torres Original color stats, heavy metal v.8,no. 11 pg 58-61 from the warehouse info-train: "What we have here is a set of color stats for 'Triton' by Daniel Torres. To qualify, these are a two-ply set ... Read More
"Triton" by Daniel Torres
Original color stats, heavy metal v.8,no. 11 pg 58-61
from the warehouse info-train:
"What we have here is a set of color stats for 'Triton' by Daniel Torres. To qualify, these are a two-ply set of acetates. The first is the line art, and underneath is the color key. It's how they made comics in the old days! Beautiful art. PLEASE NOTE: These stats are folded in the center, and have had years of shelf-ware. Each acetate has two pages of work."
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