Vehicle Concept Art 6

Posted by Glen Moyes on Tuesday, 11 August, 2009 at 4:13 pm

Now that we are doing more concept art that includes the pirate ship, Shane and I have been spending some time figuring out the color design for the pirate ship.

This pirate ship has two color schemes: a Before and After. The Before paint job will have bright colors that will make the pirate ship look like it belongs in a theme park (the top left is a good example). The After paint job is supposed to make the pirate ship look awesome, and is what you’ll see for the rest of the comic after the first chapter.

Here’s some designs that Shane and I came up with.


But that’s not all!

Shane has been designing what the signage inside of the Before Pirate Ship will look like. In particular employee only and restroom signs. It’s always fun to hand a job to an illustrator and have it come back with some hilarious text.


But wait, there’s more!

Adam has been working busily on 3D models for the comic, and we figured why not show what the 3D version of that chandelier in the pirate ship looks like. Once again, Adam takes the 2D concept art and recreates faithfully in 3D.


Three images in one post? This deal can’t possibly get any better, could it?

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2 Comments to Vehicle Concept Art 6

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    Jason Jansky says:

    August 11th, 2009 at 11:13 pm

    Love the fine print! Very nice work you guys have going here, as always. Anxious to see how this project materializes!

    Keep up the great work,


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    Jason Jansky says:

    August 11th, 2009 at 11:22 pm

    Oh, just now read your responses to my last comment. After a fantastic walk through on the principles of topology with Adam, I can see clearer how “winging it” really does work. Figure drawing was a good analogy too. It seems to me that the same principles apply to almost any creative endeavor or medium. It’s always a fluid process, starting from a concept that slowly matures into something often worlds different, but that couldn’t have been realized without the original idea. That’s what makes art so exciting!

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