Friday, December 09, 2005

Prince Vladimir. Director's research

Let's return to PRINCE VLADIMIR for a while. Even before the storyboard process has taken the place, directors of PRINCE VLADIMIR were engaged in character development and research. Here you can see some very preliminary storyboard drawings done by Yuori Batanin the second director of PRINCE VLADIMIR. The character design has been essentially changed since then.






3 Comments:

Blogger Gulzar said...

I dont know if you are aware of this friend...the first animation came from your country...n not from the wild west! I truly admire your skill, maybe someday I hope to come there...n work n gain knowledge from you Russians( n off I go to learn Russian language :))
These works are great...so much talent you possess...keep up the good work...will be coming back for more...

9:02 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

as a younger animator I'd love some feed back please and thanks you I love your artwork

8:21 AM  
Blogger Russian Insider said...

Thanks all of you!
Gulzar, you mean the films of Ladislas Starevich probably. Yes, he did several stop motion animations in 1912-1914. Though we not sure whether it was first use of animation.

1:11 PM  

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