Monday, June 27, 2011

Defective Detective Visual Development


One of the most fun parts of making the film was to explore the world and the environments that the characters live in. We did a lot of research and collected so many images of old apartments, and old kitchenware to try and capture the spirit of the granny's apartment and the detective's office.

The image above is an early painting I did to try and visualize what this story moment might feel like. The final look of this frame (that could be viewed in the previous post) was quite different as we defined the color scheme and style more and more as production progressed. The essence of the feeling of this moment stayed pretty similar I think.

More development Art coming soon!

10 comments:

Logan Pearsall said...

great character!

Aaron Ludwig said...

Just saw the film on Cartoon Brew. Awesome stuff! Love the design, the characters, and the 2D cuts. Beautiful work!

Chris Powell said...

Its my dream to one day work in the art department of a major studio. Your work have been one of my biggest source of inspiration for me to pursue that dream. Keep drawing and keep exploring my friend. You are going to be big :)

Nikolas Ilic said...

this is great.. just saw the short on cartoon brew....speechless great job :)

sakiteriyaki said...

Great work Avner!

Skottie Young said...

I love this painting and the short film. It was fantastic storytelling. Very, very inspiring.

Benoit Therriault said...

Solid Work!!! Congrats!

Tyson Murphy said...

duuuuuude. dude. really great film. stunning.

Matt J said...

Love the film Avner! Just saw it on the Brew- incredible design, i look forward to seeing more vis-dev work

hierbinichdasprinzesschen said...

i saw this movie an i was really amused. great work ! amazin!