Monday, September 11, 2006

Workbook Series #3: Lilo & Stitch Prologue



©Disney.
Greetings and yes, I'm still alive. Schedules has been hectic due to work, family visits and start of school. Haven't done any artworks other than work related so I decided to continue on my workbook series. Here's the Lilo & Stitch prologue that I did in 2001 and a bg layout for the sequence. I think I'm missing a few panels but you can still follow along with the story.

22 comments:

Ale said...

sooooo cool, armand!

craig said...

very cool! Great lighting and mood

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Top notch work ! Love the environment piccy,great stuff ! Storyboards are classy work too !

Marcelo Vignali said...

That's a heck of a drawing! Very nice, very controlled. And here I thought you were the jungle expert!

Mark McDonnell said...

INCREDIBLE control of values man. Impressive work as always. Wow . . . something man made.

Beautiful Armand.

MAC

gantry said...

It´s a very pleasure for me,read your words on De la Fuente´s blog.
Thak you very much.
And what a wonderful work have you at this blog!
Fine art,top, I think.
A marvelous collection of sketches, drawings, pictures...
An artist!

Pirate Club said...

That is a cool perspective view you have there.
I love it!
-Marcos.

Hans said...

Wow Armand, that BG is awesome! Very solid and the perspective and sense of depth is just perfect. Love the lighting and shading and how you somehow managed to illuminate particles in the air.
It's always a treat to see and study your workbook series as well, can't get enough of those:)

Hope everything's well.

Take care,

Hans

toni reyna said...

great job ,as always.
this blog is always impresive and veru worth cheching.
congrats.

Kevin Barber said...

Excellent. Love seeing these.Great work as always.

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks guys...and Mark, you're right - something man made (or shall I say alien-made).

Mark McDonnell said...

Ha Ha. I stand corrected . . . again.

Beautiful work man. I hope all is well with you and your fam.

MAC

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Thanks for sharing these amazing production arts!! Best of luck with everything! :)

martin wittig said...

Armand--Please keep posting these!!!I am studying them...and inspired by your wonderful work. This bg is absolutely great also!:)

Armand Serrano said...

Again, thanks...and don't worry Martin, there's more to come...

Ale said...

wow! really looking forward to see the other one coming. these workbook series are really little masterpieces. well, not so little. :)
ale

kcirbuk said...

Armand..FANTASTIC!!!

Paco K.

Andrew Bosley said...

always love your lilo work. Can't wait to see what you did for Surf's Up! Always inspirational!
Thanks.

sarah said...

This layout beautiful. It's fascinating too to see your boards for the beginning of Lilo and Stitch, a great sequence.

Thank you so much for the kind comment on my blog. I am so glad it lead me to discover yours :)

-Sarah

marcobucci said...

I must second an above comment that your value control is just flawless. What sort of materials are you using on this layout?

Maly Siri said...

waho! you worked on lilo and stitch....it's one of my favorite disneys..very nice storyboard !

Abi said...

wow your lilo and stitch stuff is beautiful! its one of my favourite Disney films and now you're one of my favourite artists!! :)