This is the film I got to help out on for a tiny bit! :)
"Book Of Life"
Some of the artwork unveiled for the upcoming animated film from studio ReelFX. The movie has a released date of October 17th 2014. I can’t wait for a trailer!
”..Book of Life hails from Fox Animation and Reel FX Animation Studios (which previously made Free Birds). Guillermo del Toro is one of the producers of the feature, which is set on the Mexican holiday the Day of the Dead and tells of a young man named Manolo who is torn between what he wants to do (play guitar and win the heart of the girl of his dreams) and what his family wants him to do. He ends up traveling across three different worlds to find himself…”
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May or may not be inspired by Julia Ogden from Murdoch Mysteries… One rule in my home. never insult Yannick Bisson.
I’m stoked for Halloween! I cant stop drawing witches and vampires and werewolves :)
I also just wanted to say HI to all of you new followers! thanks so much :D I havent been able to check out your blogs in return yet but I’ll be looking at a few a day on my lunch hour :)
and thats a nice segue into, I got a job! yay! I am now a story artist trainee at House of Cool :) so I’m learning how to board for feature films! Its fun :)
Have a very happy weekend!
Trying to make the list small, so we couldn’t get everyone in just yet. Thanks for the suggestions guys. :)
These girls are amazing! Its a fabulous list and I feel so humbled to be on it. Thank everyone :) It made my morning :D
mackbeez said: Your work is absolutely amazing! I checked out your blogspot last night and I nearly cried a whole river (in a really good way)! Your stop motion characters and stories are so inspirational. Your photoshop is so neat! Do you use the basic photoshop brushes? Or do you have customized ones? Also, how long does it take for you to paint an illustration in photoshop? :D
Wow you’re too kind! Thanks so much :D I pretty much only use the preloaded brushes in photoshop! For my paintings, I used to try and get one completed every sunday so for most of them I guess I would say one day. I like to sleep on it and check it out the next day and add any touches I think might be missing. But it really depends on what the painting is of :)