So, I’ve had to hold this one back for a while, but now I’m able to talk a little bit about the artwork I’ve been doing for the past few years on this Hotwire campaign. I’m not going to go into too much detail- other than to say this a rare scenario where I worked directly with the advertising agency and the production company. Usually it’s just one or the other. It’s really amazing to watch over time as a concept germinates and survives and evolves and eventually is born into the world. It was a blast working with the creative teams on these. I did many, many, many more drawings than what I’m able to show, but I’ve got permission to show a few things, so here’s some of the work I did and a few of the final videos. And here’s some of the spots! I’m proud to say I worked on ALL of these, and all the older ones as well. http://youtu.be/9PKzyyVKqkM http://youtu.be/MZlavmXeXFo http://youtu.be/ATeDvgROy1k http://youtu.be/QCuD7G5EDPc
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3 responses to “Hotwire!”
Wow, that is what I’m talking about Max. I read your post on how you feel about toonboom storyboard pro, so what software do you primarily use for your boards? I’m thinking Photoshop or Sketchbook Pro.
Superb! Great sketches and even better concepts! Thumbs up! This is the kind of storyboarding that will take you to places. http://www.frameforge3d.com/
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