Thursday, November 17, 2005

The Stranger


More sketches from a film, this time, the classic Orson Welles' The Stranger (1946). With risky perspectives and impossible shots. Fantastic, as usual in Orson's films.

12 comments:

Queen Tut said...

Great story boarding! I will have to see the film. - Your strenght is is very strong, i like the art deco feel!

Kmann said...

Great studies! We do have a similar sensibility. These are great little compostion studies. Most people just watch films mindlessly. It's great to study the classics!

thanks for stopping by my site, I'll definitely be stopping by yours often.

Arri. said...

Esto lo haces con el pause apretado me imagino, sino es q estas hecho una maquina.

Me encanta cuando haces post de estos!!!!

MoooOOOOOOooola

rubio2d said...

Con el pause, con el pause, claro..aunque últimamente, como estoy entrenado, me cunde más y voy a toda leche.
La verdad es que coges una peli(decente) y te metes una sesión de estas y se aprende un huevo.

Isa said...

Increibles las sombras, la iluminación y la atmosfera. Chato, muy buen trabajo

Valaine said...

Hello ^_^ I've just "tagged" you to write 20 facts about yourself! Can't wait to read them! Tah tah ~

airikshin1ng said...

Great storyboarding studies...A Clockwork Orange...Cinema Paradiso, as for Clockwork, I agree with you every shot is like a lesson learnt and relearn. Sometimes it will move to even make one insane.

Cheers!!!

Pol-inK said...

Me encantan los tonos que le diste. Genial!!!

Yaxin said...

quiero ver un comic exactamente tal y como hiciste este story!
9-)

Gerald said...

These boards are great. Were they a personal excercise? Perspectives work well.

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