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OOP: Out of Picture 2

OK, I figured I'd post a layout drawing from the upcoming book. We are heading towards our delivery date in August at breakneck speed, so I will probably post some more very soon. I'm excited about the new story, and like the style of the final renders that I'm attempting to do. This page happens towards the end of the story, so I don't want to spoil it... let's just say there is a poor gargoyle that is getting the business end of an annoying bunch of pigeons that have flocked around him.

This approach to my composition and drawing is typical to how I handle design problems and layout assignments at work. I've done a variey of tasks in both TV and feature, but they almost always revolve around staging and environments. I'll usually do many thumbnails, and only settle on one after I'm sure it hits the right beats for that particular moment in a story. The angle (whether its dramatic or static), should support the moment, so seeing the pigeons in an upshot above the gargoyle conveys that he is in a less than desirable situation. I tried two different downshots from different angles, but they didn't feel right. This rough is one or two steps away from being final. (I'll post the whole process when I'm finished.)
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June 22, 2007 at 9:14 AM

the lord of layout strikes again.    

June 23, 2007 at 6:30 PM

speed, strength, layout. the three ingredients that make this man...it's a great pleasure learning from you Nash.    

June 24, 2007 at 1:37 AM

Gargoyles ? pidgeons ? man , this story could takes place in Paris !
We should organize some "masterclass" with you here so I could learn the nash "layout" process. Thank you for sharing (at the same time, I guess it's easy to proceed that way when we have six hands and a glass of wine...)    

June 25, 2007 at 9:31 PM

Vince, teach me how to paint, sucka.

Willie, you've got dangerous skills, and layout is one of them. I'm gonna have to put a stop to it...

Gerald, maybe I should come to Paris for some research, EH? Hey, Pierre and Olivier are coming to NYC this month. Should be a good time...I'll keep you guys posted. Say hey to your lady and the little one!    

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keep going with your Fine Art!    

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