Aurelien Predal's visual development and colour keys for A Monster in Paris. What a feast for the eyes! I am beyond amazed. The colours, brushstrokes, style… everything is insanely perfect.
Louis Comfort Tiffany “Window design” late 19th–early 20th century.
Watercolor, gouache, pen, red ink, and graphite on Bristol board, mounted on grey matt
"I realize I have a lot of amazing opportunities, but I don’t know how you can play a human being going through real human experiences without being able to walk down the street. If you can’t live a real life, how do you play a real person?”
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