Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Infinity Lone Ranger

I didn't do a ton of work on the Lone Ranger, but here's some of what I did with characters.
Very early in the playset we were testing whether to introduce toylike mechanics to the villains to soften the fact that you were going to be shooting a lot of people with a gun in a Disney game. They ultimately solved this problem through the sound and effects.

The first version of the dynamite bandit had a cigar for lighting the dynamite (which they made me put in his hand instead), but he had to be redesigned so you could recognize him from a distance, so I did the middle version. Red Harrington a tricky problem as well because she had so much detail and patterns, and she bounced between multiple artists up until her model was finished.


8 comments:

  1. It's fun to see these, Sam. Keep `em coming.

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  2. Those Tonto designs are fantastic!

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  3. I also really love the middle dynamite bandit. Very cool.

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  4. Thanks Aaron, Robert, and Scott!

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  5. Anonymous10:38 AM

    These are so amazing. I have an odd question, what pencils do you think work best for sketching/drawing?

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  6. Anonymous: I like to use the Prismacolor Col-erase pencils. Vermillion, Tuscan Red, and Blue seem to layer in values the best.

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  7. I like the big lone ranger.

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