May 05, 2006

STORY SKETCHES 1

My story sketches mark the film in broad strokes, describing emotional, plot and visual points that suggest the film's terrain; some snapshots.





more to come...

8 comments:

  1. Hey Nick,

    Thanks for stopping by with the kind words. It's been a little while since I've dropped by here and the last 6-7 posts are amazing. I am going to need some time to absorb all the inspiring work you've put up.
    Keep it up!

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  2. Awesome once again!!!!

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  3. Lovely black and whites... also love the parade in the previous post.

    I can't recall seeing a better portfolio! This must have been a blast to work on! Are you making the film yet?

    Publishing it as a book? Pages bookstore in Toronto will take small press runs...

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  4. Thanks all--I'm happy to hear that people are enjoying it so far. There's only a little bit left.

    Justin--I'm very glad you dropped by! I'd be happy to know what you think once you get a better look.

    SJS--your enthusiasm is always appreciated!

    and J&A Doodlers--Very complimentary! I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, but I think it would still need a lot of work before it could be made into a film. I have thought of making it into a kids book though...

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  5. Awesome man.
    There is no better portfolio! Nick is Toronto's secret weapon.

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  6. These are all good , but I love the last one in red pencil, Nick. (as you know I'm on a real "ruff drawing" kick right now). Again, thanks for blogging your production and giving us an look inside your process. I'm learning a lot these days from all the various animation and cartooning blogs out there . Something's happening... this communal sharing of sketches and concept art is very stimulating. I'm inspired and excited (as well as very humbled) by seeing all the amazing artwork being posted.

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  7. you are a modern day genius!!

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  8. It's funny, reading this a year later, its so clear how much intelligence and fun went in to this, and how much comes back out.
    It's a real work of art man. Bonafide.

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