Francesco D'Ippolito

Donald Quest
Episode 3 Page #19

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Donald Quest is a Disney miniserie published by IDW set in the fantasy world of Feudarnia.

In the third episode “The Chosen One”, Donald Duck wields the Magnus Malleus, the giant magic hammer that can beat the Meteorbeasts! But the Malleus has no power without Gyro Gearloose’s Trembling Anvil… and Evil Emil Eagle thinks he can destroy one by destroying the other…

In this pages it was asked by Davide Aicardi to create a sort of medieval camera. D’Ippolito got inspired by Deco and Cyberpunk art. That stuff will be important at the end of the story.

Nice page with symmetrical composition of the grid, with protagonists Huey, Dewey, Louie Gus Goose, Donald and Grandma Duck.

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Description

Media Type: Pencil & Ink on paper

Pencil & Ink: Francesco D’Ippolito

Art Size: 25 x 35 cm

Writers: Davide Aicardi, Stefano Ambrosio

Pencils: Francesco D’Ippolito

Inks: Francesco D’Ippolito

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Published in: USA

Year of publication: 2017

Signed bottom right

 

 

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Francesco D'ippolito

A comic book artist for the Topolino magazine and more, he's being working since 2001 when he published Qui Quo Qua e l’oro metropolitano for Topolino magazine and since then he never stopped.
Having illustrated stories and covers for Topolino magazine, he also worked on Pk magazine and Rainbow, and for Monster Allergy, Angry Birds, Duracell, Sky and Nestlè. He designed scenery for Costa Crociere and currently working for Bonelli on a Dragonero magazine’s spin-off.
At the moment he's also writing storyes by himself (the first time for Topolino magazine with four short stories called Paperino e Paperoga in io cuoco tu cuoci).

Available for direct commissions