Posts Tagged ‘atomic Robo’
Thursday, February 27th, 2014
Tags: Animation, atomic Robo, awesome, funny, Joseph Krzemienski, last stop promo, raffle, the Fictory, winner
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Thursday, July 5th, 2012
We commissioned a limited number of hand-printed American Apparel Tees printed by Lancaster Artist Zachary Kolodziejski!
Want some? Postage Paid Ebay Auctions (PPD ContUS)
2XL – Ebay – updated. two more listed.
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010
It’s funny how life imitates art… or in this case how art imitates other art. This Monday Julia Atkins came into the studio to work on a little bit of cell coloring for a sequence in Atomic Robo: Last Stop. Well as usual I collected the colored frames and brought them into our compositing software. Then things got strange, I hit the wrong key and was immediately weirded out by what I saw. ROBO LEGION!!
Now I don’t know about our readers. But I was a big time gaming mega-nerd since back when I was still building cushion forts till well into college. And even over such a long spanning gaming career, some of my warmest, fuzziest gaming memories are associated with Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Staring Dracula’s estranged son Alucard (Dracula backwards, real creative Konami), and none of that sissy whip wielding stuff those Belmonts are always yapping about. One of the coolest and most disturbing bosses in the game was Legion. A floating, pulsing, oozing mass, of nude anguished bodies controlled by a hive mind residing in the center. Here is a comparison image between what I saw and the classic Castlevania Baddie.
Maybe my mind is just playing tricks on me. But maybe, Nikola Tesla had more sinister thoughts in mind when he created Robo. But then again… maybe I’m drunk.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Hey Guys! Courtland here to give you a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the second Atomic Robo Last Stop promo Poster. It all started out with a simple drawing in my sketchbook.
The general idea of this promo was to showcase Robo head to head with Helsingard.From there we moved on to line art. Due to the things I had planned for the finished piece the line art had to be split into several separate drawings.
With that done it was time to move on to photoshop
and surprise surprise heres a video of it’s progression. Enjoy!
be sure to catch the second part of my post coming soon.