Saturday, October 8, 2011

Concept Artworks: Early Incarnations of Bernardo Carpio

They may not exactly end up as the final character designs, but they are still worth showcasing...

We started with concept artworks using the storyline and sequence treatment handy. Although the said treatment significantly evolved on its own already... by this time when the film's story has taken its final shape and ready for storyboarding soon...

These works were early renditions of the Bernardo Carpio character.

By Francis Zerrudo

By Francis Zerrudo



By Francis Zerrudo
 By Lee Batula

By Francis Zerrudo

By Lee Batula

By Francis Zerrudo

By Jordan Feliciano

By Francis Zerrudo



Concept Artworks: Early Incarnations of the Sorceress

Starting the creative process with works without borders, limits, and requirements. From the initial ones, each work takes the shape of the right design for the sorceress... slowly, but surely... Here are some of the earlier submissions on the sorceress' look for the film.



 By Francis Zerrudo


By Francis Zerrudo

 By Francis Zerrudo


By Francis Zerrudo

By Francis Zerrudo

By Joods Feliciano

By Francis Zerrudo


By Francis Zerrudo

By Francis Zerrudo


By Francis Zerrudo

Friday, October 7, 2011

Concept Artworks: Early Incarnations of Bernardo's Underground Prison

Bernardo Carpio's underground prison down the 2 Clashing Boulders of Montalban is the main location for the film. All these early works are becoming important parts of the organic process of finalizing the designs. In fact, some elements from them are getting adapted into the final story... 


By Francis Zerrudo  

 By Francis Zerrudo 

 Rough sketch (the very first official submission for the film, created during a Yahoo! chat)
by Joods Feliciano


 By Lee Batula 

 By Lee Batula 

 By Lee Batula

 By Lee Batula


 By Timothy Tupaz 

 By Lee Batula

  By Timothy Tupaz 

By Lee Batula 

By Lee Batula 

  By Francis Zerrudo 

  By Timothy Tupaz 

 By Timothy Tupaz 

Monday, October 3, 2011

Some Early Incarnations... from Francis Zerrudo and Lee Batula

It's going to be a long way to go... but seeing the creative process unfold bit by bit (and finding a few minutes to finally update this blog) is always fun and interesting! Plus the fact that you have so much to look forward to.

Sharing some early incarnations of what's to come... The works of two of my very talented teammates for this project:

From Francis Zerrudo (you can check out his DeviantART account for more of his artworks at http://supremho.deviantart.com/):
Bernardo Carpio

Sorceress

From Lee Batula (you can check out his DeviantART account for more of his artworks at http://leebatula.blogspot.com):
"The 2 Clashing Boulders" in Montalban, Rizal, Philippines

In a few months, we will see how these works will evolve... =D