More Book of Life fun, a bunch of stuff I did for the Grandma character. She was originally designed by Sandra Equihua. On each character, the art team (and modeling) had the task of figuring out how to transfer their designs to a 3d object that still retained it’s original graphic appeal. This was also the first character I helped out on in the production, back when we were still doing texture swatch breakouts for each material on the character.
She was extra fun to paint because she is so old and broken down, we decided to add a lot of detail to show her old age through her textures, so she’s very wobbly, uneven and knotted.
Okay, more BOL posts later, but enough for today :)
A lot of times in production, some of the coolest characters get cut, whether due to complexity, story changes, etc. These Aztec ladies were no exception, sadly. I really loved their design, by Sandra Equihua, and I had the pleasure of painting them and figuring out their details and such.
The painting of the lady on the left is in a small 2D scene in the beginning of the movie. Hopefully you see her next time you watch :)
I’ll be posting more production art every day this coming week, so stay tuned!
I am neither Imperial nor Nord, neither Orc or Elf.
I am the last of my race.
The race of Jonathan Joestar.
The only mod for me
I need him as a follower for My GUTS!
The Sign of the Cross (Dir. Cecil B. DeMille, 1932)
Berserk - Puck by Bandelia.
Yagua Indian girl with sloth - Amazon Peru
i have never recovered from the time i read a comment online where someone said benedict cumberbatch looks like the pod race commentators from star wars i: the phantom menace
Berserk —Guts, Griffith, Casca