Monday, June 11, 2007

Captured.



Acrylic on Board. Copyright Dreamworks.

6 comments:

Doron Meir said...

The upper one is amazing!

Abraham said...

I agree! The upper one is dramatic and you can really feel the tension! Beautiful!

laurent b. said...

luc, the horse stealer is excellent. Nice to see beats with humans characters. Juste par curiosite, as-tu eu l'occasion de voir le film "blueberry" de j.Kounen? pensees?

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Doron, Abraham, thank you.

Salut Laurent,
Non, je n'ai pas eu l'occasion de voir le film mais j'avais bien aime la bande annonce.

Cheers.

limbolo said...

Beautiful stuff, Luc.
How disapointing the movie was, compared to these great colur concepts.
Am I wrong?

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Neil,
Paradoxically, there is sometimes more energy in an illustration than in a finished scene. The result no doubt of the comittee creative process. To me, the most successful shots in the movie were the connective scenes, the 'shoe leather' shots which sole purpose was to get characters from here to there and where I had more control of staging and composition.
In terms of color I think the better sequences were pretty good and even if I had occasionnal reservations I was rather pleased with the overall result.
Cheers.