The cast and staff of Brielle.
Meeting the staff of a rotoscoped comic
While strolling on the upper level of the Jacob Javits Center, I encountered the staff of the comic Brielle. I was taken with the comic, especially when I saw that they drew a modern-day Ford Mustang. I rather liked this very much. I also was taken by their enthusiasm.
In case you’re wondering, “rotoscoping” means drawing an illustration or cartoon from a live-action film or photo. Max Fleischer used this technique for many of his animated cartoons for Koko the Clown, Betty Boop and Superman (1941 cartoon). Here is their link.