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September 18th, 2010 #1
Vanja Todoric Art - UPDATE 11.09.2013 (Fearful Tales - Hansel and Gretel)Hello there,
I decided to put all of my work in one place, so from now on you' can check all my new stuff in this thread.
Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red started off as one of the tasks I was doing for my Academy studies,
my Professor really liked it and suggested to do a storyboard for the entire fairy tale.
In this version there is no hunter who comes and rescues granny and the little girl in the end, ... wolf eats them, story over.
This is the main reason why the girl has a scull instead of a face ( a "walking dead" metaphor), and why all other illustrations are present in a more spookier manner.
Goldie Locks And The Three Bears
Here is the final image i have submitted for the CGsociety XXIV "Secret Agent" challenge.
- The World famous POTATO PORRIDGE factory gets a anonymous tip of a "Mama Bears Home Made P.Porridge" that tastes so good, the sources say it may endanger the existence of their factory and brand.
- After losing trace of six of their finest agents, the board of directors sends agent "G" (aka Goldie Locks) to try infiltrate and steal the recipe for "MBHMPP".
- While The Bears are away, agent "G" sneaks into their home, finds the recipe but the problem suddenly appears ... the SECRET INGREDIENT part is missing
- In order to find out what the secret ingredient is, she starts tasting the porridges served on the table. They taste so good but she is unable to make out the secret ingredient part.
- All of a sudden her eyes feel very heavy, she tries to fight it as long as she can, but eventually she drops on the bed near by, and in that moment the missing pieces of the puzzle reveal the horror, that is her soon to be future ...
- The bears are the ones responsible for the anonymous tip, bears are the ones who tricked agent "G" into tasting the porridge with the sleeping potion in it, and the secret ingredient, ... secret ingredients are secret agent body parts
Hope you guys like it,
Last edited by nja3d; April 16th, 2014 at 02:18 PM.
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September 19th, 2010 #2Registered User
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Nice work, love the mood and the concept.
keep up the good work
September 19th, 2010 #3Registered User
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You are very good at making alternative versions of famous fairy tales. I especially love your version of Goldie Locks And The Three Bears.
You certainly shoud keep up with this concept, and make many, many more, creatively twisted ilustrations for beloved fairy tales.
September 19th, 2010 #4
scary red riding hood...
September 21st, 2010 #5
September 21st, 2010 #6
ammazing ...got thrilled by the shadows and light usage,nice background on all of the 4 parts.
i like those 2 cherecters great stylezed workd for the Little Red Riding Hood )
great stuff indeed =]]
September 21st, 2010 #7
I love your works, the heman stuff, goldielocks, this red riding hood. Love it all. I am gald that two new awesome artists, nja3d and dridin have joined the boards.
September 21st, 2010 #8
Nice job. How much of this was actally painted ? It feels like a lot of collage went in there. Looks good anyway.
Some info: The original version of the fairytale had no hunter in it either. But the publishers in France (if I remember it right) just added him, to get a happy end. So you are basically going back to the roots. ^^
September 21st, 2010 #9
bhanu: thank you very much! i will forward your kind words to drbibin, i'm sure he will be pleased
Vaejoun: there are my first illustrations done in the mixed technique, so the amount of painting and collage is about 60 - 40%
And yeah, the whole concept behind reinterpretation of well known fairy tales i just that, to show them in their original context.
Because it is a well know fact that in the old days they were told to youngsters to try scare them of from doing crazy stuff, in this case, wondering alone in the woods or talking to strangers
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September 22nd, 2010 #11
I loved! Nice style and nice work!
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October 6th, 2010 #12
October 6th, 2010 #13
Very nice work. Good style and I was always a fan of the original, scarier tales so this is great to see. Keep up the good work and I hope you will have more to show us soon.
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