Thursday, November 09, 2006

A Temple Moment


















©Armand Serrano/Redeemer Films.
Another development art for my project. This is just a portion of a much bigger piece. A compilation of all the artworks for this project is already in the works. The book will be complete with my notes, research and a simplified storyline. Keep you posted.

47 comments:

Anonymous said...

oo cool silhouette!

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! COool design!! Love its classic Hollywood epic films feel.

Anonymous said...

Armand, you're so fabulously talented. I'm sure your book will come out truly amazing! Keep up the great work! c",)

Shuku said...

Gorgeous! It...really puts into perpsective how big those sons of Anak were. That guy looks -massive-. Like a rock. In fact at first I thought he -WAS- a rock. Is this an ink and digital piece by the way? I love the look...

Oh -yay- about the book! Looking forward to hearing more!

craig said...

powerful image-wonderful colors

Stejahen said...

Wow, I like the scale.

cdeboda said...

Yes! Looking forward to this book. Everything is looking great!

Mark McDonnell said...

AWESOME man. Impressive work and impressive business sense.

MAC

S.D. said...

Very cool and good composition, but this extract just make me more impatient to know the whole project! :)

Cesare Asaro said...

It’s always a pleasure to stop by and see some of your work, and good see that things are moving forward with your DSI collaboration. I’m Looking forward to see more.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Simply Beautiful!:o)

kcirbuk said...

Simply AWESOME man!!!!

Paco K.

Armand Serrano said...

It's all digital, Shuku and thank you all for the comments.

SIM-R said...

Beautiful again Armand . The Drawing is rock solid as always . This whole project has an epic hollywood feel to it . Kind of like a Cecil B. DeMill movie . I've seen a lot of original boards from the ten commandments and I really was blown away by the strong inking style .
These pieces give a similar feeling - but of course with your own strong sensibilities . Keep 'em coming ....great stuff !

Marcos Mateu said...

Fantastic !!!

Hans said...

Hey Armand,

Just got back from vacation, so I haven't visited your blog for awhile. Love the new posts, great moods, design and compositions. I can't wait to see more of this seemingly very cool project:)

Take care and have a great weekend.

Hans

Roc said...

complete and utter goodness.

marcobucci said...

There's just something about your drawings...something I can't put my finger on, but I love it. No exception here! Makes me wonder what this story is all about.

Mark Behm said...

So cool. I love the impossible scale and composition. Looking forward to more!

Balkandude said...

Greath Character shape. Is looking very interesting.

Andrew Bosley said...

Very cool piece, Armand. I look forward to seeing the book!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Great work,really nicely done !

Ale said...

bellissimo armand!

Andrew Shek said...

great drawing, I really like the size contrast between the characters

A.Llupia said...

Impressionant as always,i would like to see the entire illustration...with your consent i added a link to your blog.greetings!

Martin Hsu said...

shhweeeett......

Maki said...

Beautiful... cool lighting and beautiful colors, great atmosphere...!

mackaydesign said...

Oh, man! Fantastic image!

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks.

David Malan said...

Beautiful. Thanks for the visit and the comment I am honored espcielly coming from such an unbelivably talented artist.The pencil drawing enviroments are fantastic, but it's all impressive. This one hase nice linework and the composition is very interesting.
I'll be back

Roland Mechael said...

can't wait for the Film and the book! great work for these powerful pieces Armand! ;)

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks again and Ill be posting more after the holidays.

Anonymous said...

Really awesome image!! Nice composition, very strong design.

Sebastien Gallego said...

I'm a big fan of your art Armand.
Thanks for the inspiration!

MY WORK!!! said...

Oh boy... amazing job...

Antonio Santamaria said...

Great Piece, Armand... I love your art... it's just magnificent!!!
You have a strong style... fresh and mighty!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeroen Jaspaert said...

Wow, what a bunch of powerful designs. I love the long stretched feel of your characters and backgrounds. Very filmic (is that a word?)
You don't happen to know Rebecca Kuska at Sony, do you?

Michael said...

An interesting phallic composition that garners a lot of comment and speculation.

Are you doing this work for fundies?

Later,

Michael

James Cordeiro said...

This work is amazing Armand!!!

Armand Serrano said...

Thanks guys.

martin wittig said...

WOw!!! What a great idea! and so beautifully done!:))

Thierry martin said...

magnifique dessin et composition sobre et efficace.

Mark McDonnell said...

I had to come back again for this mone man . . .AMAZING. Great mood and SCALE. You are quite a talent my friend. You still inspire.

MAC

stathis said...

Armand,

You have done some great work!!!!!!!

I am from Athens, Greece.
Parallel to my product design (check out our website:www.vastdesign.gr), my interests also lie in drawing and painting and at the same time, since college, I have an extremely soft spot for imaginative worlds, alternate reallities, stories e.t.c.

However, since there is no entertainment industry here in Greece, that I can
work for, I do not know how to proceed.
I have had thoughts of developing stories, illustrating them and then
getting my art in galleries. Another thought was to publish my illustrated
stories (not in comic book form) in books, layed out and designed by myself.

I have seen your work as well as Christian Schellewald's and Luc
Desmarchelier's work as well as the work in the book 'In the future...'
which shows Art Center entertainment design work, and I can honestly say
that that kind of 'visual development' art is what interests me the most.

Any thoughts?

Again, thank you for all your time.

Armand Serrano said...

Hi Stathis,

Well, first of all, thank you for your comments and for visiting my blog. To answer your question, you might have to consider two things: what you really want to do which you are passionate about and the cost of your choice. For example, on a gallery, you're dependent on the sales of your artwork. For publishing your book, you have to work it out with a publisher or you can publish it yourself and has to shelve out a good amount of money. Plus you have to find a distributor of your book. If you want to go for animation, you may want to relocate and check out studios in France, Spain or Germany to get your foot into the business. But count the cost first before making the decision. I know a passion is a passion but determine also how it works in real life. Hope this helps and all the best.

Armand

Anonymous said...

Mandy,
I love this!! Splendidly original! I have to admit the illustrations for the projects you had shared with me are somewhat giving me some curious excitement to be a part of its final production and execution... As well as inspiring me to write on several themes invoked by your powerfully expressive images! Thanks for the inspiration- perhaps I can write for you one day, if He wills. : )

Keep marching on!

Tita Lizzie

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