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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Multifunctional Super Suit


These are some early sketches for a little side project I'm developing together with NYC based designer Tina Roth Eisenberg. It has to do with a duck and its super suit. In the final stages of the design, I focused more on the creative features of the suit than on the weird ones shown here. Anyway, I thought it would be nice to share those early steps of the process before they disappear in my archive...

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8 comments:

  1. HAHA!! this suit is great!! the last transformation is really insane.

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  2. Hey Florian...do you often block out an animation like this to get a better design/illustration? I've heard artists share they will use this technique to get better drawings. Since you're from a 2d background, it got me thinking that you might use this technique as part of your development process.

    Is this right, or am I way out in right field? HA....

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  3. Interesting idea about "CLICK" :)

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  4. Javier! :) Thanks!

    Josh, right, this really helps me in the process of designing a character.

    Max, thank you! :)

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  5. Hi Florian. Thanks for responding! I thought you might.

    Say...I forgot to ask. Is this something you also do with vehicles and machinery? They seem to have a personality of their own and thought a similar approach might be used.

    Also, how did you come upon your style? I'm trying to figure out a style of my own, and I was curious what inspired you to get you where you're at. =)

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  6. Hi Josh, I guess my style is a sort of stew of European comics (Franquin, Uderzo, Crisse, Sokol) and North American animation and comics (Disney movies etc.). Regarding the vehicles and machinery, well, I handle them like living characters. Recently I talked with Jake Parker about this, he said more or less the same. And he is one of the best in rides and machinery :)

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  7. I specially love Uderzo, every single Asterix panel is a masterpiece, everything has 100% quality. Those panels with Asterix and friends fighting the romans are one of the things I never get tired looking at. And Florian, your machinery is awesome, it's great getting to see any update from your blog. Very best from Argentina!!

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  8. Hello there! How’s it going?

    Impressive post I must say!

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