Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Tintin pt 3


The last wee bunch of pics.
These were fun colour and light studies, and even though we knew these scenes wouldn't be in the film, it was just about examining a possible style and feel.

If you enjoyed the film, or just want to go deeper into the film making and world building process at Weta, I really recommend checking out the Art of the Adventures of Tintin Ipad app. 
It's one of the most elaborate digital books I've ever seen and well worth exploring.

9 comments:

Ryan Walsh said...

Interesting yet again.

laura said...

excellent! looks like these were a lot of fun to do, thank you for sharings..

Stuart Thomas said...

I love the lighting on the first two, rad bounce and everything!

Ryan Walsh said...

I actually pulled that first painting off the internet and saved it on my computer not long ago. So I seen the tank image before it even reached Fatboss blog. All you got to do is Google Greg Broadmore. Honestly if Greg Worked out for a year get ripped. He could be a movie actor. Im always reminded by Greg as Zach Galifianakis escpecially in the hangover movies.

Ryan Walsh said...

This is where it at. Imagine The bitchz u can gets

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d126/deathelm/perfect-body.jpg

Jonas Springborg said...

bloody love the tank :)

KARL JOHAN THIART said...

Those are so sweet. Its so good how they are true to the originals. EPIC!

gavin mouldey said...

These are choice. Only crit though, I loved the pick axe on the moon tank, which you excluded. It's such a ridiculous addition, especially considering it's the ONLY accessory on the whole thing. Going to the moon, it has rocks, don't forget your pick axe!

Greg Broadmore said...

Yah. Can't remember why I left that off. I like it too.
Too bad, it's gone now - bwa ha ha ha!