Thursday, 20 May 2010

IRON MAN 2
















Hi guys, I haven't posted for a while
but here are some of the concepts I've done at Double Negative vfx for the movie Iron Man 2. I had the chance to get some of my work published in "The Art of Iron Man 2" book :)
Some of them are the usual digital paintings while others are look development concepts digitally painted on top of a plate or a render to define the look of a particular shot. It is entirely done with Photoshop (apart from the sketches). I hope you guys will enjoy it and congratulations to the team at DNeg who has done such an amazing job on the very challenging "Monaco Grand Prix" sequence! ;)




















15 comments:

A. Riabovitchev said...

Cool stuff Phillipe!Loved it!:oD

Yann said...

I SAW U'R NAME IN THE CREDITS !!! Soooooooooooooooo cool ! ;-) A great work bravo !!

Philippe Gaulier said...

Thanks Andrei, I love all your latest sketches by the way: very loose and very expressive :)

Thanks Yannou!! hehe :)
See you soon my friend.

karlsimon said...

Nice work there Philippe! Quite alot of it too! =)

Philippe Gaulier said...

Thanks Simon :)
See you soon in the "Shaftesbury Art room"!

Rosie said...

truly amazing philippe!

Philippe Gaulier said...

Merci miss Rosie ;)
How are things in the Big Apple?

Rosie said...

the big apple is as sweet as me :)
j/k cant wait to see iron man and catch your name in the credits

Mark Tompkins said...

Looks great Philippe!

Philippe Gaulier said...

Thanks Mark.
It was a very fun project to work on :)

steve molyneaux said...

fantastic work. Prob the best sequence in the film.

Philippe Gaulier said...

Thanks mate, the team at Dneg has done an amazing job on this one, glad you liked it.

slach said...

mortel ton taf!!

Philippe Gaulier said...

Merci Eric! Sinon, t'as aime le film?

Cézanne Alves said...

Man, I'm obsessed with it, watched the scene many times, I have to ask:
Did you design the intermediate phase of the MK V containing all the brackets and plates of the armor, so that it could theoretically mount around the tony forming the armor, and also be compacted into the suitcase?

Or you used some tricks to move from one phase to another? - as pieces appearing from nowhere behind other in the animation, pieces occupying the same space...

Was very realistic, congratulations. And as a viewer: thank you for the scene!