>someone actually made a concious decision against this Raven
they checked themselves before they shreked themselves
We could have had a rough, sexy street smart Anya in 'Anastasia.' We could have had it all!
We also could've had this guy! Which I'm not sure is meant to be Rasputin or an earlier villain.
I wish they kept with these designs. Kids need to get their nightmare fuel some where.
I think you may be onto something, because the Anastasia musical (based in the Bluth film) that's still in workshops has apparently scrapped Rasputin for a guy from Russia who was hunting her down. I wonder if they took this plot point from concepts from the 1997 film, like how the new Aladdin musical took concepts from the Disney film.
>someone actually made the conscious decision to greenlight the show
It just gets uglier.
Seeing Irving there, virtually unchanged, makes me laugh.
It's not really a racing cartoon. More of a driving action show where a rich billionaire built an Orwellian city of the future above Detroit and the people who refused to live under his constant surveillance live in the underground ruins of old Detroit.
I like to think that all of these Frankies are from alternate universes, and out of all the various Frankies that exist, only five of them are even remotely happy with their lives. The rest are are the miserable demons you see here.
All the different pictures like >>64351560
were supposed to be different forms of the phantom blot that you'd have seen at different points in the game
I remember being hyped as hell just because of those pictures and THIS particular landscape design
Every time I think about Motorcity I want to cry.
It was so great. There were so many places it could have gone.
The Motorcity theme was written by the actual Metalocalypse Brendan Small. So yeah, it kicks all parts of the body.
Who gave Seth McFarlane the rights to scooby doo?
Yeah, Steve wanted to explain how cars in the world of Cars worked and joking pitched the idea that they are driven around by enslaved cavemen that are neurally linked into the driver's seat and whenever a car crashes and their caveman goes out their windshield, they have to go to this island where they breed these cavemen to get a replacement.
Don't think I've seen this posted in previous concept art threads.
I don't mind the older/more grizzled Fry. They didn't wear their Planet Express jumpsuits enough as it was. I'm iffy on Frycook Bender though.
Movie still stinks of Sanders's creative dominance. They shifted Eep and Ugga's designs away from his usual girls because he wanted to emphasize the super-strength and atheticism in the designs.
Didn't mean it to come off as a bad thing, just saying it's still very much a Chris Sanders movie despite the co-director.
Besides, wouldn't you want to smell Eep's sweaty unwashed pits?
That one in the top left... I can just imagine it now.
>Hey, Adam. Check out these designs.
>What? No I don't think that'd take away the character's ability to be funny and witty.
>Oh. You're going to do the voice for him.
>No. No, Adam. It's okay. We can try and flatten it out. Yeah. I'm sure that'll make you shine.
Movie was shit aside from waifu bait.
Yes, but also it has Frank Langella as Skeletor giving a performance so damn epic and memorable.
Also the score is fantastic and I still love to death the throne room set, all the villains, Man at Arms, and "Slacker" asshole Cop.
>"I cannot stress how absolutely IMPERATIVE it is that you get her preteen ass just right!"
here it is
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsztSROe-yo here's the movie if anyone is interested
I agree, although I really enjoyed certain aspects of the CGI - like the way they could realistically show their individual gaits and movements. 2D has a great walk with his too-long arms and legs.
Far left is best but there's no way they could do it justice on a TV budget.
I think they were just playing around and seeing what the designs would look like if it were a theatrical Disney movie.
You're lucky to like flashy simple designs, cause those are mainly to save money, and that's what we gonna get from now on.
The stuff on the right looks like it'd belong in a PG CGI Castlevania adaption
Elastigirl's "Last active date" is in 1955, putting the super ban around there. Add "15 years later" and that'd put you in the last years of the 60s to 1970 as there's still some fudge room with that 50s date as to when the prologue is.
The fashions, vehicles, and architecture are very 60s, you have the Mr Incredible and Frozone cartoon being a parody of Clutch Cargo, and the Super Ban could easily be an allegory for Wertham's shenanigans. Also, Brad Bird's boner for the 50s and 60s you also see in Iron Giant and that Tomorrowland movie he's making now.
Animators can get cheeky sometimes
Not sure about Raven without the hood on, but i heard that the Raven used (with the neat cape flowing and all) in the New Teen Titans shorts on DC Nation was too expensive to be used in Go.