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Tutenstein Rough Marker Sketch

In this scene, the Tut shrine was delivered at the dock.

I did a series of roughs like this, but the client wanted me to pull back a bit on the visual caricature of the backgrounds.

Again, this one was done "old school" with ink and magic marker.


Mark McDonnell said...

WOW! Great shapes. Nice use of light patterning too man.


Henry Elmo Bawden said...

Since when does a production NOT want character? I thought the visual style is what they sought. Nice image. Even if they didn't want it.


Lee-Roy said...

This is a ROUGH??? Beautiful sketch. Nice wide-angle perspective and I love all the little touches.

Jason Lethcoe said...

Love the "old school" approach. Very dynamic and warm. Nice work Mo!

Hans said...

Hey Marcelo,

This is great! I love the "harbour by night" mood you created and the composition is really nice too. I like the way you used the cranes to frame with. It's great to see some of your roughs as well. Very inspiring and educational as always:)

Take care,


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cdeboda said...

Was just gonna say the same thing Mark said....great shapes and lighting! Good work.

Kyle Marshall said...

Amazing, This is really nice man.

kcirbuk said...


Paco K.

Ken Chandler said...

Another piece to draw inspiration from. It's amazing how you have the power to draw the eye to whatever you want it to go to Marcello. Brilliant!

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