Tuesday, September 10, 2013

TURBO: Turbo Perseveres (2011) Part 2 of 2

It's from this point that I managed to keep the camera close to the ground at Turbo's eye-level for that emotional connection. I tried to maintain his point-of-view throughout.












































































14 comments:

  1. man, the life in each sequence is really brought out by your loose and expressive lines. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. oh wow! you have the coolest job on earth!

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  4. man, I love the quality of your line work - they have such life! How are you getting that great black marker/sharpy feel in photoshop?

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  5. One more question if it's not a bother: what size and resolution are you making your drawings in shop?

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    1. I use a simple hard brush with an elliptical tip tilted 45 degrees and shape dynamics turned on. Opacity and flow are 100%. (If your a regular Photoshop user you'll know what all that means.) As of late I am working at 200dpi in standard HD format unless the project is being made for wide screen.

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    2. Hi Toby, yes, thank you - your instructions are excellent and much appreciated; mystery solved :)

      - John
      johnwastespaper.blogspot.com

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  6. Answering comments on Christmas Eve! That's class. : )

    Now-post again!

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  7. Hello sir,
    I seems your storyboard sequence for turbo movie it's really nice work....
    I am Your Great fan ....
    I am Also Concept and Storyboard artist(Art director) for bigwig animation studio
    I am inspired your storyboard after i am like storyboard .....
    thank You sir...

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  8. Toby,
    I remember a very talented ten year old when I moved to Aspen Elementary. I watched your talent grow through Hoover and Eldorado. I too was involved in art and just retired from teaching art in APS. I always wondered what happened to you and had heard that you had gone to work for Disney in Burbank. Your art is amazing. Kudos to you. I am now living in the Denver area and am a professional potter. I am now and have always been in awe of your gift.
    Sincerely,
    Teresa Carson
    Ps. I tried to post before but when I pushed Publish, it all disappeared. Wanted to make sure you got this so I did it again.

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