Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Catching Up.

As I mentioned before, due to the protracted schedule of animation movies, I am running out of material that I can safely make public at the moment. In fact, most of my work of the past three years will remain confidential for another two years. This said, I hope you'll enjoy this tidbit of development from a now defunct project.
Meanwhile, you can also visit my other site 'Harmattan' where I intend to post with greater regularity some of my more personal work.
Cheers.

Photoshop. 2007. Copyright Sony Pictures Animation.

25 comments:

Damion009 said...

this is a joy to look at!!!

Lucas Ferreyra said...

EXELENTE!

jason hazelroth said...

absolutely awesome. so much appeal in this peice

A. Riabovitchev said...

It's shame I hade chance to shake your hand in person...
Great picture as usuale.
I like the green face as a colour!:o)

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thanks Guys.

Andrei,
I would be very glad to meet you too. By the way I loved your superb portrait of Oscar Grillo.

Cheers.

Christian Alpini said...

bellissimo...mi piace l ostile con cui colori....tra questa immagine e quella sotto della giungla...c'è l'imbarazzo della scelta in fatto di preferenza!!!
grande.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Christian,
I wish I could speak Italian to better understand your comment. Still, I think I get the general idea.
Gracie.
Cheers.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Thank you Luc!Let me know when you next time will be in London.
Where are you live at the moment actually?

Ben Mauro said...

Awesome luc! is it now ok to show work from that project?

-B

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Andrei,
I have lived in Los Angeles for the past 15 years. I hope to have a little more time to socialize next time I visit London. It would be a pleasure to meet you.

Hey Ben,
I think I might be going out on a limb there. The project is not active at the studio at the moment (it seems quite dead, actually) but I'm not sure there is prescription yet. The image I posted is generic enough in any case, so I deemed it safe to show. Anything more specific might be a little dicey.

Cheers.

jpforjohnpark said...

awesome work here Luc, heard a lot of great things about you from friends.

Best,

John Park

lostinarc said...

awesome awesome...love all the designs...daam good..so animated..:)keep inspire us friend.

Ben Mauro said...

Ahh Gotcha. Paul mentioned something along those lines a while ago also, but i wasn't sure if it was completely dead.

RAWLS said...

Great work Luc!!

Wow Gold said...

Very Nice Blog

Wow Gold said...

very nice blog

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ManuPela said...

Awesome job!
I'm going to "Harmattan" too! :)

Zeljko said...

Nice,
I love the depth of space.
So subtle and such a great sense of scale.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thanks Everybody.

Wow Gold,
Thanks for the flattering comments on this last run of posts... although I find them a little repetitive.

Cheers.

Gabriele Pasqualino said...

i'm always blown away by your stuff..
i love this one!!

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Thanks Gabriele.
Cheers.

Bob Fingerman said...

Your work is just gorgeous, and this piece makes me wish I was that little spaceman. He looks so content. Lovely palette, composition, everything.

Luc Desmarchelier said...

Hi Bob,
Space is the Place.
Cheers.

david puerta said...

Wow, its really simple but at the same time stunning.
You really know how to pick up colours man :)