Saturday, May 03, 2008

Concepts for Anthem

Time to beat this dead horse even deader! I've been working on the Anthem story for my storyboarding class, and made a good amount of changes. For those who've seen the original boards, you'll see that one of these changes is the character designs.






Some quick stage designs. Don't know which one yet, I'm leaning more toward the top middle and bottom three.

I put together a rough, soundless animatic of the whole story, and am also working on a colorscript. Hopefully will have this done in a coupla weeks!

9 Comments:

Blogger abey said...

awesome works!! great drawings and colours too!! nice to see that!

2:35 PM  
Blogger Jake said...

i like the stage on the bottom left

it looks the least inviting, the most exposed. =)

6:45 PM  
Blogger C.B. Canga said...

these are great rosie.

man you have got mad skillzzzzzz. keep it up. i'm a fan.

1:48 PM  
Blogger Tina Vaziri said...

So when you are done with this, you'll start on the animation depicting Tina Vaziri in her life of magic and wonder, right? RIGHT?

8:01 AM  
Blogger Alex said...

Beautiful drawings!!

10:11 PM  
Anonymous dan cooney said...

Gorgeous work Rosie! Your fan base continues to grow! You're extremely talented -- nothing but success in your future.

11:04 PM  
Blogger Rosie said...

Abey >> Thank you so much! I love your paintings - very expressive! I'll be sure to check your stuff too!

Jake >> Whoot! Thanks a lot, I agree and ended up picking that one. It's funny how sometimes the changes in small details can make a huge difference in mood/feeling.

Chris >> Aw thanks so much! I'll keep on pushin', specially this summer!

Tina >> Dude you're so impatient. I was totally waiting to surprise you with a feature-length trilogy based on your mystical alter-ego "Larry" who lives with a llama and an etch-a-sketch on a mountain in Peru.

Alex >> Wow thanks so much! Your character designs rock! :D

Daaaan >> Aaaw shucks, thanks Dan! I'm really gonna work my butt off this summer and get better. Thanks so much for lending me the "Killing Joke!" Just got a Calvin n' Hobbes anthology, and a book of rejected NYer cartoons. Happy days!

12:45 PM  
Blogger Noodles2go said...

Hey Rosie, I love looking at your concept work, it's so freaking awesome! can't wait to see your name in the credits when you are working for Disney in the future!

11:28 AM  
Blogger funbubblz said...

great work,absolutely brilliant animal studies,cool characters.keep it up and keep posted,thx for sharing.

12:39 AM  

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