Keyframe Art
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Anthony Francisco
Transforming words from the script to clear images that helps the director and the producers visualize key moments in the film. This example is the final fight between Vision and White Vision I designed for the Disney Plus series Wanda Vision. An extra added difficulty for this assignment is that I also was designing the costume for white vision. This took me about 45 hours to finish, not including revisions.
Vision vs Vision Battle AFrancisco 042919
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Anthony Francisco
This is a rough keyframe I did for my first Marvel Film I worked on. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1 . For this the goal was to show different humanoid aliens mingling with regular people in the space colony of nowhere. The nightlife of a space miner.
GOTG BootOfJemiah 2013 06 10 WIP09
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Luigi Manese
Welcome to the site @Anthony Francisco! I agree with Gannon Beck and would also love to see a breakdown of your process for your professional work if you can share it
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Anthony Francisco
Thank you for the warm welcome Luigi! I replied to Gannon with a link to a quick step by step on my instagram reels. Hope it is helpful
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Gannon Beck
Thanks for sharing this, Anthony! I love behind the scenes stuff. It's amazing how much work goes into these productions. I would love to see some process or preliminary work you did for this if you can share them.
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Anthony Francisco
I did this quick one , but still looking for the full video I recorded https://www.instagram.com/reel/COGvOthnX6I/
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Moonless_Sky
Awesome drawing :D really like the texture of the suit from the left guy :)
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Anthony Francisco
thank you!
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What kind of revisions are asked for on a project like this and how do you approach them? PS. Appreciate the inclusion of how much time it took to produce this piece. Creates a realistic expectation for those of us starting out vs. all those fancy time lapse paintings!
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Anthony Francisco
I am glad it was helpful ! This is a questions I notice that is asked a lot , so I started noting the time when I do some pieces. The funny thing is that its distracting to keep time on myself lol.. I dont know why ... but I would definitely say to the beginner artist to not worry so much with time in the beginning , just focus on a great concept and design first! and then your painting skills . It does not matter how long it takes. The part that you are practicing is the process of making decisions , changing what needs to be changed even though it hurts coz you spent so much time on it. I learned to train that muscle so I have no hesitation to redo my work when I need to to make it better or to change it for the client. And this happens often.
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