Saturday, November 26, 2011
Thursday, November 24, 2011
So, working on The Mist, for which I did the storyboards, I was also supposed to get to do some creature designs. This never happened for some reason... Frank??? Anyway if you know me at all I can't resist drawing a monster so here is a quick rough thing I did for the spiders... which I never even showed anyone. People like to keep you in the box they found you in I guess.
Friday, November 18, 2011
Read from top down, column by column... this is just the first idea and the intro to what would have been a very funny story. Some will hate it, some will not- what else is new? :) Oh, that's an acrocanthosaurus reacting to the singing at the end... NOTE: We sometimes drew the kinds of animals we wanted to feature at the initial storyboard stage and would adjust the specific types as necessary if the science turned out that the animals we picked were not good matches, time and place-wise. Hence the iguanodons may have changed into a specific american type that worked with acro, or the acro might have become a different theropod which would work with a european iguanodon. Also the anatomy at this level was always rough and often the actual models had not been created so there was nothing show-specific to go on. Remember a storyboard is just to work out the plot and staging, not to be taken at all literally in terms of morphology.