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A Varied Approach

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I thought I would go ahead and post some of my old Disney stuff again. I did these drawings while doing some exploration for one of their projects back in 2000 (wow, can you believe it's going to be seven years ago!). Mind you, these two images were for the same project.


I varied my style so that the directors would have more to choose from: from the stylized, to the idealized.





Both of these were done in graphite on ledger paper. Since these were loose sketches, there was no need to polish the drawings with Prismapencil and vellum.

18 comments :

Todd Harris said...

man, great job on these. glad to see more of your work. I really like the idealized, excellent.

craig said...

Your ability to present an idea in a multitude of styles is inspiring. Great stuff

Grant Alexander said...

Can't seem to load the images. I get the red x. I can see everything else on your blog just fine though.

Not sure what happend. Would love to see these though.

Shuku said...

Oh goodness, these are -beautiful-!

I'd love to get lost in one of these places and have an Adventure (ones with sharp pointy swords would be very welcome right now).

--Shuku

cdeboda said...

Looking good!....both styles. Nice seeing your versatility.

Anonymous said...

pics don't load for me :(

Hans said...

Nooooooo, I can't see 'em either??!!

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

Beautiful Marcelo, there is so much confidence in your drawings. I love the girl sketch too.

Marcelo Vignali said...

For those of you that can't see the pictures, I'm sorry. I changed my blog to betablogger -- and I guess they haven't worked out the bugs yet. I've noticed that it won't let me load the images at full res. I wonder if that is happening on your end too.

I suggest you download the icon onto your desktop. Then, you can open the image as you would a jpg picture file. I tried it and it seems to work on my end.

Sorry for the problem.

Brandon said...

This stuff is incredible. I'm just sitting here drooling.

Hans said...

Hey Marcelo,

Yessir, I can take part in the jaw dropping now. Thanks for doing whatever you did to "fix" the images:)
It's pieces like these that pushes me to do better and gives me the urge to draw. I'm studying all the small details, going hmmmmm, I gotta try that. Like the water in the river etc. Amazing stuff!

Take care,

Hans

LauraBraga said...

hi Marcelo!!
Great illustration..
my best complments!!!!

Laura:)

UrbanBarbarian said...

Both are insanely good! I would have a tough time choosing which style to go with!

Armand Serrano said...

Very beautiful, Moe! imiss doingthese kind of stuff...in pencil.

Mark McDonnell said...

Beautiful Marcelo. You hand greats quite a stunning grace my friend. And thank you for your kind words in regards to the prop designs. Much appreciated.

Beautiful work here man. Always nice to see your handywork.

MAC

Roland Mechael said...

beautiful work marcelo!

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Your concept arts always amazing me!! BEautiful!

OV! said...

M!

these were "loose"?! sigh. these are great man.

>oVi