Thursday, November 11, 2010

More MEGAMIND stuff!


I decided to post some more stuff from Megamind. At the top, Titan fighting Megaminds robot early development piece. I did some design stuff for Minion who used to be a little midget dude with a jetpack that was Megamind's right hand man. This is before his character changed into a fish, I really prefer the new design it turned out great! Also Some pre-vis for the Metroman museum I was working on this with Erwin Madrid and pretty much did the same shot as him as I was trying to design the statue, his turned out much better than mine. Under that is the museum store with a bunch of "Ubertoys" and memorabilia before they changed his name to Metroman. Then some more of the giant robot just a different take on it than the one I posted before. The Metrocity development was to show the contrast between Hals neighborhood and the skyscrapers. I put cranes on the rooftops because they are always rebuilding the city as the superhero battles constantly destroy stuff. These are all unfinished and could be a lot better. But I thought if would be fun to post what I did for people to see. Hope it doesn't hurt your eyes too bad. heheh... All images copyright Dreamworks Animation.

14 comments:

Isaac Orloff Illustration said...

i love your use of forced perspective, especially on the interior. what program were these done in. On the last environment it almost seems to have a cement like texture on it, how did you achieve that?

Tuan Vo said...

Nice stuff Paul!! And to think a few years ago you were quietly at at our school's figure drawing sessions!

Patrick Moore said...

Your concept for the minion is brilliant, your sense of design is wonderful

Ben Shafer said...

sweet dude.

trishkell said...

very cool design! specially the environment!

Malgorzata Arska said...

so awesome :)
I love LOVE it

Paul J. Sullivan said...

Cool! thanks for chiming in guys! Isaac I get texture sometimes from brushes I've created combined with overlays. @Tuan Thanks man, I remember meeting you and Miles at that drawing session, I was working on Afro Samurai at the time. @ Patrick Thank you kind sir! Glad you guys dig this stuff, I don't feel like its the best work I've done but I really did grow from working on this project!

Machelle Blankenship said...

Seriously cool work!
machelle

Berry said...

Wow what a wonderful treat I have just stumbled onto! Your work is amazing! ^-^ I look forward to anything new you happen to post!

antoine said...

Sup Paul! After the figure drawing class, I had to come home and give your art another look because it's just that amazing :) The sketches of mega mind's different faces and hair styles are terrific and it makes me want to see the movie just to get to know the character :P I'm also going to strongly agree with Isaac on the perspective landscapes by saying that they look incredible. I don't do landscapes often and was wondering if you find them more/less difficult than drawing people, animals, etc. Anyways, it was a pleasure to see you and meet Isaac. I'll keep an eye on your blog and tell Isaac it was great meeting him. Must be awesome working together!

Danny Araya said...

Wow, just stumbled across your stuff and this is all beautiful man!

Mridul Sen said...

Coooool Designs and concepts also love the usage of ur brush strokes and textures ...... :)

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Lisa Parker said...

I LOVE this movie and really enjoy looking at the concept art... wish there was more of it available out there. Your work for Megamind is some of the best! I hope there's a sequel coming and certainly hope you'll be on the team. You helped make this amazing movie absolutely brilliant. Thank you!!!