Tuesday, March 16, 2010

FROG








Since Princess and the Frog is out on DVD today. I thought I'd share some pieces done when I was apprenticing. Nothing I did at the time really was intended for production but fun none the less.

Also I will soon make up for the lack of post with some exciting news! Stay Tuned.

19 comments:

Stephan Royer said...

Some striking craftsmanship, I really appreciate these. I can tell what all the characters are thinking, especially with the moody first pic. So you apprenticed on Frog and jumped in with two feet on Tangled, that's amazing man congratulations!

Looking forward to being humbled by your new stuff!! :)

SHOo said...

The Mill Interior piece is wonderful! looking forward to the exciting news!

Joe Lee said...

awesome man, i really like the mood in the 1st mill painting.

RAWLS said...

Fantastic!!

Kristen McCabe said...

Wow! That first one is STUNNING!

nima said...

whaoooooo!!!What is going on here?!!!Very nice drawings!Bravo!!!

Bobby Pontillas said...

Agreed! I love the feel and atmosphere of these.

inukemi said...

Nice work Scott. Not too often that you see people posting building sketches. Those are some of my favorite things to see in preproduction.

steve hui said...

pretty fricken sick dude!

aermio said...

these are awesome! my daughters love this movie.

Andre Barnwell said...

i really like the above and I'm sure you did enough studies and reference to get it to that degree. Nice.

Nikki Lukas said...

completely awesome. Love the first piece. The building sketches are great, too. What's the big news?

Nicolette said...

I saw your work today at Inspire Days and was blown away. I want to do exactly what you're doing right now. Great job =]

Ty Carter said...

Awesome!!!

Patrick Ballesteros said...

Inspiring stuff, love the diversity on here!

michaelamos said...

Love the painting at the top! Really enjoyed the film too!
Thanks so much.
Michael

Alina Chau said...

These are great!

J.D.Turley said...

Love the interior of the restaurant looks great!

Verawat Verasunthorn said...

I really like the mood of the first piece, painterly yet just "enough" tightness to make structure believable