Friday, February 20, 2009

A very early idea for a hallway in the "other house" when it was a bit more over the top (and less practical) where the wall panels are like an aquarium with jelly fishes and squids drifting by.

19 comments:

Dan Thompson said...

so nice. we need to talk shop about the crow quill pen again. i need more pointers.

David Kow said...

Awesome style my friend!! If you donĂ½t mind, i put your blog in mine.

Alina Chau said...

THis is WICKED!

Patrick O'Connor said...

I wish the hallway in my house looked like this!

spleenal said...

I haven't seen it yet but it looks like it's going to be one of those films that are remembered for ever.
Well done

Guillaume Bianco said...

Very, very good work!Congratulation!

Justin K. Thompson said...

Dan, thanks for posting these drawings! It's so nice to see them again. They're even more beautiful than I remember. Inspiring!

Justin K. Thompson said...

And by the way, I saw the film - it's beautiful and work shows everywhere.

Vincent Juanes said...

I love this drawing!. You are a great style! Nice to know you!

FRANK M HANSEN said...

#%$@!$ AWESOME! I love the lose energy and creativity that pours out of all of these drawings. Your work is always so inspiring.

Pablo said...

Very nice work

Molly Jacques said...

so cool. I just found your blog through Coraline Concept Art.

Your drawings are so great! I'm truly inspired!

Bernard Joaquin said...

It's cool to see different exploration of how the film could have been. Awesome work Dan!

Optische Anstalten said...

good work !
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Sorrentino said...

I love your drawings, reminds me of Charles Adams and Edward Gorey!! I really like your Coraline work too!

Matt J said...

That is gorgeous Dan. Super-inventive stuff dripping from your pen.

Romney Caswell said...

I love your work Dan, I need more!

WooD said...

Dope-

Ramses said...

awesome!!