Monday, September 13, 2010

Visual development art


I want to break into animation, doing visual development art and character design, therefore I created this short clip, containing a small selection of my work. I hope I'll get noticed by some studios...

20 comments:

Sadami said...

Dear Wouter,
Awesome!!! Great work!! Hope studios will give you good responses.
Kind regards, Sadami

Wouter Tulp said...

Thank you very much, Sadami1

Susanna said...

I really like you work a lot and I hope that they will get noticed!

DavidM said...

Wow! That was awesome. Love your work! Fun seeing you on Sketchoholic a few weeks ago too!

Who's guitar music is that in the clip? It's great!!

willborough said...

if you don't get noticed, who will?
good luck!

B

Wouter Tulp said...

Thanks, Susanna!
@ DavidM: I will attend sketchoholic again when I have the time for it! It's a lot of fun! The music is by Tommy Emmanuel
@ Willborough. Thanks. I just browsed through yourblog. Really great stuff!

Chris said...

Very nice Wouter. All the best to you!

tek! said...

the visual development shouldn't be a problem at all , however for character design, in this reel, i see a lot
'illustrative' designs and charictures (obviously what you have done before) but no animation characters that could be leads.
probably i'm missing some drawings with characters that suck me right in with their eyes and expressions and bodyposture.
hard to explain, i'm probably talking nonsense here haha

Wouter Tulp said...

Not at all, Tek. I think your comment is very useful, and I definately see what you mean! Thanks very much!

T√ľnde said...

Oh, die is toch uit een kinderboekje? Die heb ik, het is m'n favoriete geillustreerde boek! Prachtige platen!

Erik said...

Wonderful stuff Wouter, I have a lot of the Art of.. books and these would fit right in.
I agree that you could add a section with lead characters, a page with different facial expressions always helps too. Also, I'm not sure if you should end with the Monroe charicature, it's a great painting but maybe not suited for the market you're targeting?
The painting of the horse and man in the rain on the mountain is a classic.

Wouter Tulp said...

Thanks Erik, great feedback. I think you're right about the Monroe illustration. When I have new works to add, I'll create a new demo.

Nevena Nikolacheva NEN said...

can't believe you're "hoping" to get noticed - it's clear that you will - your stuff rocks !

Wouter Tulp said...

:-)

design traveller said...

Brilliant! Your works are great, good luck!

Marjolein said...

supervet! Als dit niet wordt opgemerkt, wat voor hoop is er dan nog voor illustratoren? Succes :)

joost said...

Hi Wouter,

we are big fans of your work and would love to work with you on future projects!
lets meet sometime!
best
Ka-Ching Cartoons

Wouter Tulp said...

Thanks, Joost! Lets do that. I'll send you an email!

JP said...

Break into animation? Wow, you're already there.

BROD WONG said...

That's awesome. I thought you already were working in an animation studio or had come from one.