Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Puss In Boots



Wow! It's been a while, and incredibly busy lately. I hope everybody is doing great in this New 2012.
Here are two of the many images I developed in the time I worked doing visual development for the fantastic Puss in Boots!

11 comments:

carlos muñoz said...

espectaculars les dues!! sempre em sorprenc cuan visito el teu blog!

Kendra Melton said...

Wow, just absolutely phenomenal. Especially love the lighting and color on the first one, but its hard to say one is nicer than the other. They are both so wonderful :] Hope you had a happy holidays!

C.Deboda said...

I really like the grayscale version (and the fact that you can still see the loose line work)! When doing color work though, do you add color on top of this grayscale? Or do you usually go directly to color from the start?

Megan Nicole Dong said...

Amazing as usual :)

Carolina said...

Ahí va, qué GRANDEEE!

O_o

(Feliz Año Nuevo!)

Denny said...

Great art!!!

Ernest Agulló said...

Wow! bon any Marcos, et desitjo el millor per tú i els teus!

Claudio Cerri said...

AMAZING!! i love your color palette

Darnell said...

I love how in the color piece you have it dominately and the lights of the town lead your eye right up to the focal point which is a lot more warmer then the rest of the piece. beautiful! Thanks for sharing

Marcos Mateu said...

-Gracies Carlos!

-Thanks Kendra, Holidays were busy but great! All the best to you too

-Hey Chris, I use color directly, not gray scale first...although I do have a 'gray scale' in mind all the time

-Thanks Megan

-Gracias Carolina!

-Tahnks Denny!

-Moltes gracies Ernest, igualment!

-Thanks Claudio

-Thanks a lot Darnell, love your insight!

Andrea Pucci said...

Wonderful atmospheres, how beautiful is the movie!