I hope you enjoy the ride. Fourcart was killed. Instead, he falls back on the old plot device of reading about a murder in a newspaper. Gibbons and Mr.
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If you spot anything on Tintinologist. Sometimes things slip through, but we will always act swiftly to remove unauthorised material. I've been searching for that version for a long time now - I heard that only 50 copies were printed in English. How did you guys manage to get your hands on it? Where did you guys get it? Is there any place where I could get it? This is to remove the possibility of us getting into any legal trouble.
Thanks for you cooperation. The Tintinologist Team. I just finished reading the English version. Rodier did a horrible job for the ending with that secretary that invites Tintin to have dinner and to meet her parents. All in all, I think Rodier made a pretty good attempt at Alph-Art.
However, it certainly had its faults. The aspect that bothered me the most was the quality of the artwork. The portrayal of Tintin and Haddock were especially unimpressive at times. Also, and I know some will disagree with me, but I didn't really like Martine all that much. Almost all the scenes between her and Tintin seemed kind of awkward in my opinion but I suppose it sort of makes sense, since Tintin doesn't really talk to girls his own age very often if at all I did, however think the last part where she invites him to dinner was amusing and was happy that it was left open-ended.
You can spot the exact place where Rodier took over and Herge passed away. Can anybody help me? Your post has been moved to an existing thread to which you yourself have contributed in the past! Any suggestions on where I can buy a copy of the Yves Rodier version of Alph-art? Moderator Note: No; as has been said in this thread and elsewhere we do not allow requests for, or the exchange of information about how to obtain, unofficial and pirate material.
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Just catching up on the old posts in this thread Rodier's Alph-Art is Rodier's - appreciate him for the effort he has made I too have wondered how Alph-Art would have ended, and this is how Rodier envisages it. I respect his imagination. GSC Member. It's a disaster. After I saw Ischia on YouTube and in Google pictures, Rodier made very false depiction of that island; he even cannot draw the real taxis use there in the 's.
Hotels are also made up absurdly, and the beaches contrast with what the real Ischia looks like. Many things, especially Tintin and Haddock, Snowy, the cars involved, the airport in Naples, ships, airplanes, background scenery, rooms, houses, are all very poorly drawn. How come the motorcycle Tintin uses can change length in seconds? The Mercedes interior and the depiction of roads and perspectives are awkward and dull. Look at Tintin and the Picaros … How gorgeous the panels and cars and scenery are, making you feel that you are in Bolivia in South America, or maybe the Chilean jungle.
I completely agreed with Skater95; it's far from a success, very poorly drawn, and with huge mistakes all around the book. Moderator Note: After six pages of discussion about the book, why would we not allow you to air your views?
As long as you remain within the bounds of taste, decency and the forum posting rules, you are as free to talk about Alph-Art by Rodier as anyone else. However, we would ask that you take more care with your spelling, punctuation and use of upper- and lower-case letters, as the text of your post was very hard to read and has had to be edited as a result.
Other than that, you are free to comment on the topic! He made them up out of his imagination… and why not? How well were you drawing motor-cycles and Mercedes in your teens? How good is your perspective drawing, even now? DarkSun Member. Please sign in to post. New here? Sign up!
It is a striking departure from the earlier books in tone and subject, as well as in some parts of the style; rather than being set in a usual exotic and action-packed environment, this story is largely played out in the world of modern art. The story opens with Captain Haddock having a nightmare of being visited by Bianca Castafiore , who demands that he take his medicine actually a bottle of Loch Lomond. When he refuses, as he still cannot stand the beverage after the events of the previous book, Castafiore turns into a huge bird-like creature and begins to attack Haddock. Fortunately, Tintin manages to wake him up, whereupon Tintin receives a telephone call from the real Castafiore, who tells him that she has arrived in Belgium for a few days. She continues her conversation with Tintin, telling him about her new spiritual leader, Endaddine Akass , with whom she intends to stay at his villa in Ischia , an island off the coast of Naples. Fourcart displays considerable interest in meeting Tintin. At the gallery, Haddock is pressed into purchasing a perspex letter "H" "Personalph-Art" created by Nash.
Tintin and Alph-Art
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