Thursday, October 19, 2006

Brother Bear Layouts


©Disney.
A couple of Brother Bear BG Layouts. The first image was for the scene when Kenai wakes up for the first time as a bear. I forgot what the second one was for.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing...

-JtJ

craig said...

beautiful..great texture

A. Riabovitchev said...

Armand,this is very Beautiful!Is this work was a last on Disney studio?:O)

flipstudios said...

Armand, these are amazing. your composition is beautiful. i have been a huge admirer of your work for sometime now. such an inspiration. thank you.

A.Llupia said...

Nice layouts Armand!its good too see the hidden art of animation movies.Nice again!

kcirbuk said...

Hey Armand.....
Awesome!!!

Paco K.

Mark McDonnell said...

Brilliant Armand. Very wonderful and appealing. WOW.
I really enjoy both man. Impressive and amazing work as always. You never cease to inspire.

MAC

christian said...

Very nice drawings!! The second one is really amazing...

Armand Serrano said...

Andrei,
This is the last one we finished and actually released in the theaters but not the last project. We started working on My Peoples right after Brother bear but it was cancelled after a year of production a few months prior to shutting down the studio. Thanks for the comment and keep in touch.

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks guys for the comments. Looking at these stuff makes me miss working the traditional way.

marcobucci said...

Wow. You did layouts on Brother Bear? That's one of my fav. animated films for layouts and background painting! These are beautiful.

Hans said...

Wow Armand, That's amazing!!! I instantly get the urge to draw and better myself when you post stuff like this. Imitating natures random shapes and formations, is one of the hardest things to do when designing outdore environments and you did a superb job on these.

I've been really busy with work lately, but am now trying to concentrate a little more on the music. I'll be working on a new piece this weekend and will send it to you as soon as it's done.
As for the "David and Goliath" project, is there any special composer or genre you have in mind? Something I can keep in mind when setting the mood and style?
You can of course always shoot me an email, to avoid unwanted spoilers on the blog;)

Take care and have a great weekend.

Hans

Shuku said...

Greetings all the way from South East Asia! I found your blog (and Marcos' and Marcelo's) through El Pacifico. Your work is absolutely -beautiful-, and every time I need some inspiration to sketch, I just go look at some of those El Pacifico layouts. Sigh. Some day. Some day I will draw as well as that, but I'm getting a bit old for it :)

--Shuku

Angelo said...

Whowwww.. just incredible.. love your art work....Really!! Armand This are amazing...composition and line quality are beautiful...I have few friends in Sony and went a couple time out for lunch with few of them...probably you were there and I lost the opportunity to associate your name to your art work and give you personally the compliments..well Thank you so much for the inspiring art work!! :)

S.D. said...

Great work! These environments are complex, full of life and very sensitive... A success!

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Stunning!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

A film we have on DVD but I've yet to get round to viewing,the family all went to the cinema to see this on it's release. Nice pictures,great work again !

martin wittig said...

Armand,
This is just incredible, ---like all of your work. It is a real treat to open up your blog and look at these pieces:)

Armand Serrano said...

Hey Hans, Thanks for the comment and I'll send you an email regarding the project.

Armand Serrano said...

Shuku,
Thanks for the encouraging words and it's so nice to meet you through this blog all the way from Malaysia.

Shuku said...

Armand,

Thanks ever so for visiting my blog! PJ and KL? Cool! And Penang? Whoah NEAT. Greetings from the land of laksa and tons of food to him and to you; definitely looking foward to seeing more of your work and learning from you. (I'm trying to draw more!)

--Shuku

Kevin Barber said...

Just gorgeous. Wow i wish i woulda came by layout more often to pick your brain. It's a skill i wish i had.

Kevin Barber said...

actually,..spelling is a skill i wish i had.

Shane P said...

very , very Beautiful.

Ale said...

awesome as usual armand! thanks for sharing these treasures...
visiting your blog is not just a pleasure, it's really a trip, you stir the imagination!
take care,
alessandra