Craig Drake’s designs are flat, as in geometrically simple, and aren’t abstract with too much details. His artwork removes the invalids, simplifies the scenery, emphasizes the necessary few and is sprayed in soft watercolor and selective vibrant solid colors. His third solo art exhibit wanted to change the gallery experience, – “Think mood and atmosphere, special lighting, a soundtrack; the sight, the sound and the manner in which you view and experience the artwork will be completely different,” and his fine art speaks for itself.
If you love Disney, then you gotta love the Disney women (including the princesses). The problem is they are often remembered for their perfect beauty before anything else. There is more to a Disney woman than just her looks. Concept artist and illustrator, Elaine Ho, recognized this and made a series of art depicting the beauty and personalities of these iconic animated women. She even goes on to explain why each of these characters are so special to her.
The Deadpool sequel may not be due for release until June 1, 2018, but that doesn't mean Fox's marketing machine isn't getting to work. The first film was known for its witty, irreverent (and frankly utterly bonkers) marketing, and it proved a tremendous success. The first poster for Deadpool 2 clearly shows that Fox is hoping lightning will strike twice.
Last year's Doctor Strange was a triumph for Marvel Studios, successfully integrating magic and the dark arts into the science-based MCU. But little by little, we're getting a sense of just how much the film changed during Robert C. Cargill's rewrites back in 2015. The most intriguing clues have been concept art showing radically different versions of the Zealots — and artist Jerad S. Marantz has just given us another taste of the early Zealot designs!
A brutal and bloody Western of a superhero movie, Logan introduced us to 12-year-old star Dafne Keen as Laura, a.k.a. Marvel's X-23. A female clone of Logan who'd been created as a living weapon, Laura's story moved viewers, and Dafne Keen's incredible action sequences left us longing for more. Surprisingly enough though, some newly unveiled concept art has revealed that X-23 was almost very different. Rather than a child, the character was originally envisioned as a teenager!
One of the common criticisms of the #MCU is that it just doesn't have a good track record when it comes to handling its villains. Part of this is undoubtedly that Marvel tends to kill off their supervillains after their first outing — it's pretty rare for a bad guy to survive long enough to appear in multiple films (Tom Hiddleston's Loki being the most notable exception).
Over the weekend, Josh Nizzi released some pretty incredible concept art from Marvel's Ant-Man. In addition to revealing an unexpected role for Arnim Zola, the art also gives us a glimpse of another key element that was dropped: Ant-Man's ant army!
More often than not, a comic book character gets themselves into a crazy situation. Whether dealing with some off the wall villain, or some colorful characters, the comic book characters have a fountain of fun circumstances to go through already. However, artist Rick Celis decided to take it one step farther, and decided to place some of your favorite comic book faces in iconic scenes from both movies and a few TV shows. See if you can spot your favorites!
There is very little that I love more than a good Disney fan drawing. Combine that with one of the most romantic films of all time, Titanic, and this fangirl is 100% on board for the ride. Artist Isaiah Stephens has created many Disney drawings, including the princesses as Britney Spears, and he has impressed us once again with his drawings of the Disney couples as Rose and Jack from Titanic.
Everyone knows that once the fairy tale story ends and the credits role, the prince and princesses from our favorite tales live happily ever after. Do you ever wonder, however, what they look like after their adventures? What their family may look like? Artist Linnéa Asberg on Facebook had her own ideas. While many artists have imagined what the Disney characters look like, she figured that the other cartoons needed a little love as well and included Warner Brothers and Don Bluth characters in the mix.
The world is saturated with fan artists trying to make a name for themselves by doodling Doomsday or sketching Superman, so how do you pick the good from the bad? In the 21st century boom of superhero cinema, it can sometimes seem that any Tom Wayne, Dick Grayson, or Harry Osborn can pick up photoshop and craft a masterpiece, however, fan art means big business. If you are the likes of frequent favorite BossLogic, there are opportunities to make a living out of it, but how do you know when you have really made it as an artist?
Well, that certainly "suits" you, Master Bruce. As possibly one of the most famous wardrobes in all of popular culture, getting Batman's infamous Batsuit right should be top priority for any incoming director. For 78 years we have seen the Dark Knight spread his wings in a variety of weird and wonderful outfits, leaving everyone with their own personal favorite.