Friday, June 16, 2006

a bit dizzy





a lot of storyboard panels for one shot but sometimes there's no way round it .taken from Tarzan 2 . zugor flees as his tree is trashed by rogue gorillas.its kind of how i felt after watching England win against t 'n' t yesterday . very much the great escape !!

16 comments:

Boris Hiestand said...

lovely boards Dean- full of energy. I hear you'll be heading over to work in soho soon?

Dean Roberts said...

yup - working on despereaux with the usual suspects - its going to be wierd - i've got used to working at home over the past few years . i'll talk them all into submission .

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Was it Tarzan 2:Electric Boogaloo ?

Nice pics. It wouldn't be the first time Dean's been seen working the streets of Soho !!

Jeremy Spears said...

I'm really glad you put up more boards! These are great!

-Jeremy

Mark McDonnell said...

INCREDIBLE DRAFTSMANSHIP AND CAMERA

So nice to see man,

MAC

Andrew Glazebrook said...

You best look after Mr Dolan whilst he's down there or you'll have me to answer to !!!

UM said...

Dean! These are absolutely terrific!!! Very good indeed.
Sorry about the football comment. I know it's only a small group of idiots, but they seem to spoil it for me across the board.
See you soon,

ULI

the doodlers said...

Great expression and sense of movement with the camera turning around the character. Yeah, looks like it needed every one of those panels. Cheers!
~Arna

Smook said...

Thanks for sharing these Dean! Wonderful work.

Alina Chau said...

THese board are great!! Love the flow and timing!!

martin wittig said...

Thanks for posting these!!! Really great stuff!:)

Richard Gaines said...

Dean, these boards are phenominal. I also looked into your older files and saw some amazing concept work for Tarzan. I don't intend to insult you or anyone else in your circle, but you Europeans possess a lot more talent than anyone I've ever scene. You are also versatile. I even liked that Philharmonic drawing you did sometime in December or something.

I'll say this again, I only wish I could train under people like you. Keep up the genius work, bro!

Katy Hargrove said...

Awesome panels! Thank you for posting them!

TURCIOS said...

Me encanta tu mundo dibujado. un abrazo

chenguin said...

durchschnittliches material.

Marcelo Vignali said...

These are really well done. Great action and emotion in your drawings.