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    CRDESIGNSTUDIO.ORG- STORYBOARD ARTIST Sketchbook - SOME EXTREME VIOLENCE AND NUDITY..

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    CHARLES RATTERAY BIO :

    Charles Ratteray currently is a Los Angeles based Storyboard Artist, Concept Designer and Illustrator who has been working in the Entertainment Industry for the past 13 years. He uses a graphic novel approach with dynamic lines and anime / realistic characters.

    Studying Art in Philadelphia he came to Los Angeles on an internship for special effects to the Academy Award winning Stan Winston Studio and was later hired due to his work ethic. After a few years he decided to branch out into the world of freelance and now works with one of the largest storyboard agencies in the L.A and New York area, Famous Frames. Having the opportunity to work closely with many influential directors such as Spike Lee, David Fincher, David Twohy, Ivan Reitman, and F. Gary Gray he has also worked on many memorable TV shows such as Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and CSI








    love this quote .......

    The ART SPIRIT - ROBERT HENRI-



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    CHARLES RATTERAY
    STORYBOARD AND CONCEPT ARTIST BASED OUT OF THE LOS ANGELES AREA
    OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE

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    hmmm, pretty nice sketch book u have here. Nice colors and bold, dynamic shapes and lines! cooel

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    wanna play....




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    Recent Storyboards/comicbooks

    These were fun...took some storyboard panels and chopped them up into comic book format....kinda cool






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    Black And White Sketches










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    THIS IS EXCELLENT WORK! Action in the comic is intense stuff

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    Persist

    did these a whiiiiiiiile back- kinda like a children's story thing




    BRUSH PEN 20 MIN


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    The Darker Lens




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    more sketches





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    very cool, will be back for more ;-)

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    Too strong to handle the images....
    but they are so cool that I can't deny that I love them!!!
    The style of the storyboard is unique as well, the effect of blur gives more feeling like looking through a lens.

    It's master.

    It should always be bore in one's mind that he must be responsible for his life........

    Welcome to My !!!!!
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    sweet style ..really damn fine sketches...wow..keep postin' man, now i really wanna see more adn more and more...

    "dear diary:..jackpot" my sketchbook

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    great stuff man, omg awesome pencils and pens!!

    pld: NEED CRITIQUE! But BEWARE your Eyes might BLEED OUT of YOUR eye SOCKETS <---cause I really suck and haven't done shit pld:
    My Sketch Book!
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    Fantastic stuff. I'm loving your pencil work. Lots of action, nice poses, nice texture. More please

    Voted 5 star.

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    wow, ur sketches are crazy beans. Absolutely amazing.

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    Very very good things in here. Really great, you manage a cool distorsion on the human body, and very cool positions, your storytelling is strong too. I'm glad I came by.

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    Very dynamic illustrations!

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    Crazy Detail - Comic Project

    First- thanks for stopping through everyone to check out my work and all of the good vibes and kind words.



    Heres a comic book project that id did many months ago.

    I dont usually do this type of crazy detailed ink work...especially to the point where it becomes an uninteligible mass of detail.......shape and composition struggle to be voiced and heard......

    but the carnage was just fun as hell to create lol ..the goal was to find graphic ways for people to die by gunfire....

    there is a 4 man group of hero characters just laying waste to everything that comes across their sights....

    so there you have it

    ive included the whole pages and detail inserts so you can really experience the scenes......

    blessings

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    PAGE 1 VER 1



    PAGE 1 VER 2



    CLOSEUPS

    IN THE DOOR..



    ABOVE



    LINE UP



    KILL SHOTS



    GUNNERS



    GUNNERS2




    PAGE2 VER 2



    PAGE2 VER2


    CLOSEUPS

    LINE 1



    LINE 2



    LINE 2B



    LINE 3



    LINE 4



    LINE 5



    LINE 6



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    whoa thats some insane detailing... awesome

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    wow, cool storyboards, lovely gore haha...

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    yup thats some crazyee detail at the end, nice lose feel to your first drawings

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    awesome stuff! i remember seeing you over at Associates a while back...

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    Some Sculpture Love -

    A sculpture sketch piece

    " Sunter "








    Heres a step by step process of a sculpture piece i did called




    " SURRENDER "



    INITIAL SKETCHES






    ASSEMBLING SPACE AND TOOLS
    I try to stay organized...most importantly on the initial setup....helps the creative process...have everything laid out....and thought of in advance....i hate needing something and then having to stop the creative flow because i dont have the right tool/s





    CUTTING THE CLAY
    It helps to have a bountiful selection of the clay needed - at hand and pre cut!!





    ARMATURE STAGE
    The MOST important stage of the whole process...if the armature sucks...you will pay for it later....

    like life right....strong foundation......
    a mistake i might have made which may give me problems later is that i didnt consult with a mold maker in making this armature......for my next pieces that is definitely at the top of the task list....makes everyones job and mine easier in the long run....itll be allright tho...just a bit more work on my end with final assembly ....

    i used " fast steel epoxy putty to hold the armature together....love this stuff...sets like rock in 5 minutes!








    A REFERENCE MODEL





    INLAYING THE FILLER
    i used tinfoil for the filler on this one....it helps gauge the big masses and saves clay....which is a good thing seeing as how expensive that stuff is......150.00 bucks for a case of 20 2lb bars......wtf







    FIRST ROUND OF CLAY









    4TH DAY OF CLAY INLAY AND PROPER PROPORTIONS















    WILL POST MORE WITH THE COMPLETELY FINISHED PRODUCT LATER......

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    man the last girl its hawwwwt..who's she?...fine drawin' man!! and the colour its really cool...oh and the sculpture its really nice...keep postinnnnn'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    "dear diary:..jackpot" my sketchbook

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    Just Us

    - Dan Valkar- haha..yea you should check out the original photo too...dont know if she still has it up.....her name is lady nicole on myspace....ill check around my archives to see if i still have the original photo

    - C



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    hey man, just checked your website, like your work but you gotta put some of your fluid sketches from here on to them!, these have got a lot more character to them me thinks :-)

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    Goodness!!! Totally awesome stuff man! I had to subscribe to this thread.

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    Photoshop Explorations

    - Ezidof - I agree , im working on a complete overhaul with the Charles Ratteray Design site which should be done in a few months....itll have all new uploads

    heres where some of my more recent commercial work is updated- its the storyboard agency i work through-



    http://www.famousframes.com/website/...php?user_id=34



    on another note




    Here are some PhotoShop Explorations done by collage and manipulating photographs


    SON




    WANT






    THOUGHT CAPTIVE



    SCENTED APPETITE



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