Tuesday, July 14, 2009

storyboards





Storyboard visuals I did for a client a couple months back. The style was different from my usual drawing style but it was interesting and enjoyable to do. Pencils on paper first, then scanned and "inked" in photoshop. I guess reading Powers also helped me get used to the film noir kind of look.

11 comments:

WaiHon said...

you are my teacher! Good demo.

Bella said...

personally this has a more expressive brush feel of Darwyn Cooke.. I felt Powers was stiffer, but more noir..

zeropointfive said...

you need to do a comic story in this style! These are fantastic :)

Actually, u can google Jim Steranko, I feel he pioneered that stark comic look :D

pins said...

i think this style is great
for storyboards.
and i like this noir look.
amazing what can be done with just black whites and grays.

nice.
:)

seaniscreative.blogspot.com said...

so nice!! you have a very wide repertoire of styles at your disposal.

ken lee said...

daring bold black shape forming the mood, nice contrast! I like!

Amanda said...

Very nicely done. Loose enough too. some muted colors to accent it here and there would be nice too i think.

caleb said...

I like powers.
eh the dude in the last picture bears a slight resemblance to the rat from tekkon kinkreet...

drewscape said...

Thanks. the man is supposed to look like Adrien Brody and they wanted it in black and white only. That's how they will film it. Powers is more angular and stylised, but this was supposed to be more realistic so I had to use more curves. It's fun figuring out how to place the whites in contrast to the blacks. And hopefully it goes to show that doing storyboards can be pretty fun.

Don Low said...

Yes Powers! Why did you use this style for your comics. I like this!!

captain badass said...

the game should be out next month. Will keep you posted.