Tag Archives: Visual Development

Tribute to Joe Ranft 0

John Musker made this animatic style tribute to Joe Ranft on what would have been his 50th birthday, the 13th of March. Madeleine Peyroux sings Bob Dylan’s “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go”. It’s a sort of mini biography that charts seminal moments in Joe’s life. ___________________________________________________________________________

Art & Design in The British Film #26 – Paul Sherriff 0

Continuing a series about Art Directors in the British film industry up to 1948, when the book containing these articles was published. This chapter deals with Paul Sherriff (1903 – 1960). It was in 1943 that Sheriff made his most memorable contribution to film decor when as Art Director for Laurence Olivier’s `Henry V’ he […]

Paul Lasaine, Production Designer, Art Director, etc., 0

I’ve just added a link to Paul Lasaine‘s blog in the blogroll. I remember Luc Desmarchelier telling me about him when he was working at Dreamworks back in the 90′s. If you don’t know Paul Lasaine or his work, here’s the link…. Click the thumbnails to reveal the big images, please. Those first two images […]

Stephen Hanson 1

There’s a new name in the blogroll (left) today, and it’s that of Stephen Hanson, Illustrator and Visual development artist. I had the pleasure of working with Steve a few years ago during the making of Balto, where we both painted backgrounds. He’s been producing some gorgeous work that you can see on his new […]