#junemangachallenge by @francesranjo
Dia 25 - Um mangá que você leu online antes de comprar a cópia física.
Pulei o Dia 25 pois ainda não tenho nenhum manhwa na minha coleção.
Vagabond é um mangá que eu sempre vi bons reviews na internet, então eu comecei a ler online e gostei pra caramba. Então eu fiquei com vontade de comprar a edição física, porém na época estava naquela confusão do hiato da Sampa, e os primeiros volumes da Conrad são muito raros, então eu desisti da ideia. Porém, um tempo depois, a Panini anunciou que iria relançar desde o primeiro volume, então eu finalmente comprei e comecei a colecionar.
Day 25 - A manga you read online before buying the physical copy.
I skipped Day 24 because I don't have any manhwas in my collection yet.
Vagabond is a manga that I always read good reviews in the internet, so I started reading online and I liked the manga a lot. So, I wanted to buy the physical copy of it, but in that time the first volumes are rare, so I give up of this idea. But, after a while, another brazilian publisher licenced the series and would restart the publication since the first volume, so I finally bought and start collecting.
Thanks @francesranjo for this challenge ❤
This is a symmetrical composition from Shin Godzilla, with fairly strong symmetry coming from Anno, who tends to not like his symmetrical compositions being overly so.
As such, you'll see him add various elements to reduce the symmetry, such as the location text, distinct trees on the left and right, and the differing stances of the characters' suitcases. The clock tower also faces slightly askew to the camera. Showing a composition that is too symmetrical reduces realism, which is why Anno smartly avoids it.
This composition also features a frame around the characters, and uses the rule of thirds for placement, making the shot resemble three stripes - one stripe for the trees, one stripe for the characters, and one stripe for the steps.
Seeing this shot reminded me of a shot in NGE, when Fuyutsuki talks to Yui on a sunny day under a tree (Episode 21). Both Shin Godzilla and NGE have a predominantly industrial setting, and most conversations are held indoors. When we do get an outdoor scene, it's largely reserved for that of battle.
However, both works took a break to show us a conversation on a sunny day under the trees, and allowed us to take a breather and get more emotionally invested in the beautiful world under threat.
From #shingodzilla .
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