Wednesday, August 07, 2013

TURBO 3

And some more. A view of Turbo and Guy Gagne in the bad guy's garage. A racing shot. An interior downshot of the garage in the Valley and finally a meditative Turbo on top of a telephone pole. In all of them I was looking for a graphic, fast reading approach, to then eventually add up complexity within it. Again, all of them done with this beautiful tool called Cintiq.

7 comments:

Luke Burnet said...

Amazing ! I love your style ! Your book is a great inspiration.

Laure Olivesi said...

Fantastic! Thanks you for sharing these artworks! :) I also bought "Framed Ink" recently and it's highly instructive!
I'm trying to work seriously my pictures' compositions (I always want to paint details first! Wrong mistake! XD)
This book and Hans Bacher "Dreamworlds" are really helpful! ^^

Marcos Mateu said...

Thanks Luke and Laure!

Carlos NCT said...

Awesome work. Enjoying these days your book Inked. I'm learning a lot!

Un saludo :)

John McInnis said...

Marcos!! its been a long time. This is looking so cool!!

Marcos Mateu said...

Thanks guys!

BArry said...

I can't tell you how helpful it's been studying 'Inked.' It comes in handy every treatment I write for a commercial. Thank you. Do you do commercial storyboards at all?