Old Robo vs. New Robo « The Fictory

Old Robo vs. New Robo

As with the first round of Robo, we always want our models to match the art of Scott Wegener as closely as possible. Since graphic-novel-Robo has evolved in his design since we first started, our model sheets had to be freshened up a little before we got to work.

Here’s how we had Robo before…

(Robo 1.0)

…and below, the updated version. Still Sexy, with just a touch more of that new Robo charm. We poured through all six (to date) graphic novels and found that  volume 4 (Atomic Robo and Other Srtangeness) and Volume 6 (the Ghost of Station X) were the most apropos.

(Robo 2.0)

If you don’t know already, model sheets are a very important step in producing a 2D animation! They keep the characters consistent, which is especially good for when multiple animators are collaborating  on a project.

Til next time!

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One Response to “Old Robo vs. New Robo”

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  1. BIFCO says:

    I didn’t remember that robo had arm so longue but I the 2.0 a lot better great job guys 🙂 I’m one of the backer

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