Wednesday, March 18, 2009

The Blue Goblet : The Mountain King

Hey everyone, taking a quick break from postings about the show (hopefully you aren't all sick of seeing about it by now!) I'm always dreadfully afraid I've worn out my welcome whenever I post on a consistent theme for such a long time.

I do have a couple surprises in store before the show opening that I'll be posting here.

But! In the interest of showing you something completely different, here's some of work that I've been doing in between a couple projects here at work. Remember this piece from a while ago?

Well, over the last few days I've put together a scene leading up to this painting that we will hopefully see animated before long. Here's some of the art for that :

It's been quite a while since I've posted anything from The Blue Goblet. Right now the font and ornament set has been getting all the attention but rest assured, The Blue Goblet will be books someday, all three stories + the prologue. They are all very dear to me and the right opportunity has not come along yet.


Shane said...

I for one am not the slightest bit tired of the frequency of you postings, nor the subject matter that they contain!

And I'm always happy when I see a Blue Goblet post because it just seems like it will be a fascinating story and visuals.

Anonymous said...

absolutely lovely.

if u submit it as a foreign film, i bet u could win an oscar next year.

: )

Koldo said...

I remember Larry McDougall working on a similar concept lately: a man carrying a city. I love both, concept and work. It will be amazing to see this animated!

Steven said...

Eye candy! Pure eye candy. :)

will kelly said...

Man that's good!
Cannot wait to see it animated.

DweezelJazz said...

I love your posts. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and artwork, very special. If I were nearby, I'd definitely come to the exhibition.

David Miles said...

I hope you'll post the finished piece!

Jarren Williams. said...

The top image is CRAZY!!! Coolest art I have seen in awhile man I can't tell you how much I want that on my wall :)