Being a die-hardCranes' fan, it's for me of double interest writing a couple of lines about this post at Fogonazos, focusing over Edgar Degas' Blue Dancers (later, artwork for Cranes' Loved), explaining (in spanish.. - right? -) how the painting was the product of three single photographs of 'una bailarina [..] en diferentes posturas'..
The post follows talking about this nearly new technique, also used by
other great names that You're certainly already know and whose You saw
somewhere the works..
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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