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It's super big news to me!
My sculpture works were adopted for the visual of the official poster of the snow
Art Director : Yoshiya Kusabiraki (Shinrinsha)
Designer : Akiyo Adachi (Shinrinsha)
Charctor Design : Marty M. Ito (PaintMonster ArtStudio)
Sculptures : Marty M. Ito (PaintMonster ArtStudio)
Patisserie : Yukie Nosaki (Nosaki-Ya)
Photographer : Eri Ishida (St. Pront)
Ad Agency : HKI Axis
Client : Executive Committee of Sapporo Snow Festival
Official Website of Sapporo Snow Featival
(This site is being prepared now. Probably, it will be updated this autumn. )
and these are idea drawings...
at first, I drew cute snowman.
these are idea drawing of girl.
these are idea drawing of boy.
this is test drawing of color image .
and here is final drawing of idea check.
these are finished work of my sculptures.
a) All Stars
Last edited by PaintMonster; June 19th, 2008 at 04:22 AM.
What can I say - That seems fair - you have some cute characters - Perfect for a snow-festival - Congratulations ;-)
I like the simple style - it has sort of a "retro-tv commercial for cereal or cough medicine feel to it" without going all "Rankin & Bass". Nice job.
The photographer did your work justice as well.
Thanks for sharing!!
Thank you very much.
I am glad that you like my arts!
and I am happy that I did this international project!
Thank you very much.
hehehe I didn't watch these TV program.
but, I want to watch, if I got chance.
and poster photograph was taken by professional photographer.
but other snap photos were taken by myself! hahaha.
Nice. Ditto on the retro look.Pretty cool.
what was the process like on the actual sculpts?
It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.