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Another Image from the Trailer...

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Here's an image of Big Ben that was featured in the trailer for Hotel Transylvania.

In this sequence, monsters from all over the world are coming to the hotel. So, we needed to create images from various well-known international locations.

What's also exciting is that our director, Genndy Tartakovsky, made a trip last weekend to Cancun, Mexico, to present 17 minutes of footage to the international press. The more stuff continues to come out about our movie, the more I can show you all a bit more.

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Trevor Spencer said...

ALWAYS inspiring Marcelo! cant wait to get the Art book.

Thank YOU for checking my work out and for the kind words.
i really appreciate it :)

Justin Rodrigues said...

Marcello these are beautiful my friend! Can't wait to see it!

Mauricio said...

This is a great graphic piece. It's got a great 'air' of Hans Bacher too. Cheers!

Charles Santoso said...

Great as always :) I really look forward for the movie, Marcelo. The trailer is looking awesome. :)

All the best!

Peter Oedekoven said...

This is such a beautiful layout !
"Simple" and easily readable .Can´t take my eyes off it!
Definitly gonna check this one out :)

Ted Blackman said...

Wow, I didn't know Genndy was the director on this project. Cool.

Erika said...

So excited for this. It's so fun to see movies I saw initial concept art for in 2008 finally come out.

Hope you're doing well!

D said...

I really dig these concept pieces, very graphic. It looks like a fun movie.

Manoj - Outsource Data Mining India said...

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Marcelo Vignali said...

Thanks everyone, I'm as eager to see the movie on the big screen as all of you!

Yes, Trevor, me too, the art book should be fun. I've already done a few interviews for it.

Mauricio, I'm flattered that you would mention Hans Bacher. He was my mentor at Disney -- I think the world of him.

Bhashkar_Navisworks freedom said...

Thank YOU for checking my work out and for the kind words.
i really appreciate it

Alina Chau said...

Elegant and mysterious!! ^______^

Aaron Spurgeon said...

So excited for this release. Great work as always Marcelo! love these pieces!

sketchup4architect said...

Excellent images..

bhashkar_Quantity-Takeoff said...

Thank YOU for checking my work out and for the kind words.
i really appreciate it .........

Don Flores said...

looks great! keep on sharin!

SamuelRutherford said...

Did you draw this? Did they use a lot of 2D plates for back drops?

ryan johnson said...

Did they use a lot of 2D plates for the final production?

Louis Vignali said...

Hey Moe, This looks absolutely awesome! The look and feel says so much. You rock!

Marcelo Vignali said...

Thank you Bhashkar, Alina, Aaron, and Don.

Sam, yes, this is my 2D painting. The final version that makes it to film is what is called two-and-a-half-D. This means my illustrations are projected onto computer generated geometry. The end result is an effect that has dimension and stereoscopic depth.

Ryan, they did use some 2D plates, but it's simply not feasible whenever the camera moves around, or when the characters interact directly with the background. So, most of our film is made with dimensional CG models. In this sequence, we purposefully locked off our cameras in order to do it.

Manoj Singh said...

Thank you for the auspicious write up.