Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Objects may be bigger than they appear

More from "Flushed Away." This time it is a submarine built out of an old Messerschmidt car. Like all things, it took a bit of work to get it approved and it only appears in the movie for 30 seconds. Go figure.



14 comments:

Lorraine said...

Haha the life of concept artists. This is a great design, a pity it was only on for a moment!

Jason Scheier said...

super awesome subbie!

Doug Williams said...

Awesome man! I was peeing my pants when I saw you post on my blog, I've been a fan of your work for several years now. Great stuff on here, but I want more of it! ;)

Eric Orchard said...

very cool! I love the look of it, it looks like it was so much work to design! A few seconds?

Griselda Sastrawinata said...

hello blogger... good to see you here. love to more stuff.

cheers,
selda

jpforjohnpark said...

Hey Mike, thanks for the comment earlier, Yah im just starting a personal form language sketch book. trying to find different ways of generating form language and and applying it in ideation sketches. Still working up more sketches, but other than that, how you doing?

Brian Yam said...

Hey Mike! Very cool sub! I'm still in the area. Contact me: bdyammer@gmail.com. We'll talk soon!

Benjamin Plouffe said...

Nice to see you get an art blog Buddy! long time no talk! I wish i could work in the US on these cool productions hhaha.. Anyways Keep posting! Thanks for the visit on my blog

FENTON said...

haha this looks like fun! Nice work man!

Martin Bergquist said...

really cool submarine. Great stuff :-)

Ben Mauro said...

Mike, i was wondering about what sort of limitations you run into when designing objects for animation?

Is most of it based on the style guides set for the film as to how simple or complex things can be?

THOM said...

!?! am i hallucinating !?! did you just...blog? awesome. now i'm not wasting 2kb of internet space linking you up.

but serious - solid work, mike. i'm looking forward to lots more.

Joey Chou said...

nice to see you on blogger. awesome work. will come visit your blog regularly for sure.

Jerry Mascho said...

Cool to see your work again, Mike. These look fun, hope to see more.