Saturday, March 18, 2006

some more designs





from 2001-2004

17 comments:

  1. again, love the designs! so original. let's just hope that quality doesn't get lost in transferring it to the screen...looking at my Disney coffee table books, it sometimes seems as if the best artwork is in concept sketches :)

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  2. Kaicito has hit the nail on the head here. This work is stunning, how faithfully are the images here transferred to the screen?

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  3. Hey Tomm, just found the blog. I knew that I'd miss something cool if I didn't checkout Drawn for a few days.
    I happened to come across your site from a link on Gene Blakefield's "Genepool" blog.
    I'm so glad you started a blog on the project. It really looks AMAZING. Best of luck with it. The images you are putting up are beautiful. Of course you are immediately linked. Tell Aiden hello. Hope your head's not too bad after yesterdays celebration.
    I saw Robin had left you some comments early on. I wish I'd have found this a while ago. Looking forward to seeing more. I'm very happy that you are making this blog.

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  4. I remember seeing images from this project a long time ago, I'm really happy to see it's still in production!!!! Can't wait to see the finished thing, in the meantime, thanks for this blog!

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  5. Great looking stuff - looking forward to see the film! I especially like the middle-age-ness of the art.

    By the way - I don't know if or what the film has to do with "the book of kells", but I once visited the library in Trinity College - and it was one of the most charming and memorable places I've ever seen.

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  6. its great to get comments and then go and see the blogs of the folks commmenting! thanks, always cool to read.
    anyway - i don;t know if any of you will check back here but thanks all -
    kaicito , manofredearth - trying to transfer the scene illos i've posted directly to screen, they are production bgs with character poses added.
    donnachada - thanks, and beautiful drawings on your blog very hirshfieldian.
    jad smith, maya papaya and doron meir - lovely work and interesting stuff on all yer blogs!
    okay -
    thanks again folks.

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  7. its great to get comments and then go and see the blogs of the folks commmenting! thanks, always cool to read.
    anyway - i don;t know if any of you will check back here but thanks all -
    kaicito , manofredearth - trying to transfer the scene illos i've posted directly to screen, they are production bgs with character poses added.
    donnachada - thanks, and beautiful drawings on your blog very hirshfieldian.
    jad smith, maya papaya and doron meir - lovely work and interesting stuff on all yer blogs!
    okay -
    thanks again folks.

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  8. This looks really cool, I seen some of the work on your website last year, and it's good to see a such a visual treat being made

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  9. Hi Tomm - You mentioned that you made a trailer for this a few years back. Was it featured on a DVD that came bundled with a crazy colorful book about animation? I swear I remember seeing that trailer a few years ago and being SO excited for this film because it looked so different from everything else being done in feature film at the time. (And now, too.) It's great to hear that the film is off the ground and running. I'm graduating from animation school in a few months and if I had my pick of projects (ha!) this would be at the top of the list. Thanks for making the blog and keeping us updated!

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  10. tomm, thanks for taking the time to respond! i feel lucky i found your blog (via www.drawn.ca)...i'm a huge fan of animation and i love your project. it looks fantastic from all i've seen so far. now just add some nice new age gaelic-type music (what's Enya doing these days?) :)

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  11. hi tomm, this work is fantastic. The backgrounds are really crisp and i love the Sea scene. Would love to see some animation tests... Good luck with this project it's the kinda thing i would love to sea on the big screen.

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  12. these are so lovely, and that little girl is just captivating. i love her look. great stuff!

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  13. Tomm,amazing work, it´s my first time here, but i hang out at the drawingboard so i have seen some of your posts, so it´s a pleasure to be able to check all this wonderful work!

    All the best

    Nuno

    http://nunoplati.blogspot.com

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  14. incredible and amazing work!

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  15. Yea! I'm glad you posted one of the old Aisling drawings!! That design was so great (the evolution's great as well)!

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