Framing-Miguel Bustos


Iron Man #86, Page 12,Written by Mark Ricketts and Pat Lee

In this page of Iron Man, the artist does not use a full page bleed.  He uses the negative space to imply the different frames.  The two frames with the board members are different sizes to portray different things.  In the top frame we can see the entire body so that the full effect of the lighting is seen.  The middle frame zoomed into the board’s faces.  The scaled up and enlarged so that they emotions on the faces is more visible.  Ironman and his lighting break the frames to help show that they are involved in and affecting all of them.

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