OOP 2 concept sketches..

Posted on Sunday 21 January 2007

Here is the sneak peak at my new OOP 2 story. It is about the unexpected harmony between this giant Samurai and the old lady who takes care of him.  Still trying hard to make sense with the story. We only have 14 pages max, so the key is keep it simple….but that’s the hardest thing in life isnt it!?  I am writing this story in Japanese.  I felt it was important to get the real feel for the story set up.  I will translate it to English later.

trying to push the design a bit… playing with graphic shapes a lot more. don’t know if I”m going to do this story digitally or traditionally…

13 Comments for 'OOP 2 concept sketches..'

  1.  
    January 21, 2007 | 7:22 pm
     

    I hope you’ll do good job for OOP 2 and when I see this painting, i think it will be great. Will you come again in Paris at Arludik ?

  2.  
    JC
    January 21, 2007 | 10:38 pm
     

    WOW!!

    Dice this looks so awesome!! i LOVE that you are pushing the design. This is so very exciting. I can’t wait to see the whole thing. thanks for such a great teaser!

  3.  
    January 21, 2007 | 10:59 pm
     

    Oh very nice.. Everytime i see a new painting i feel inspired to paint something. I also like how your playing with graphic shapes alot more now and you combine it really well with your painterly style. Keep it up.

  4.  
    January 22, 2007 | 7:22 am
     

    Hahaha.. great great! Thanks for the inspiration! :-D

    Cheers,
    Charles

  5.  
    January 22, 2007 | 6:52 pm
     

    Superb job, Daisuke-san.
    I really love that one. The combo between the ukyo-e background and the digital characters works perfectly for me. I like also the pattern on the kimonos.
    Bravo !
    Julien.

  6.  
    January 23, 2007 | 9:05 pm
     

    ben—thank you! I’ll try my best to do a good job! And yes, we will be having another gallery show in paris for OOP 2 too. That will be so much better than the last time I can promise!

    JC—thanks! Coming from you means so much. thank you!

    Plouffe—hey, good to hear from you man! What have you been up to? Hope all is well !

    Charles—thanks!

    Julian—- arigatou gozaimasu!! I’m trying a lot with more graphic shapes for this one.

  7.  
    roland mechael
    January 23, 2007 | 11:06 pm
     

    beautiful work! looking forward to see it! i prefer traditional….Oil perhaps….hmmmmmn…;) i’m sure either way it’s gonna be great!

  8.  
    854
    January 23, 2007 | 11:52 pm
     

    fantastic!! everyone’s waiting for your demo.

  9.  
    January 24, 2007 | 5:26 pm
     

    Great one here, Dice! You managed to combine textures and painting really seamlessly. I particularly like the flat pattern on the old woman’s clothing, mixed with the more dimensional feel of her arms/head. It’s exciting to look at. Keep posting!

  10.  
    January 26, 2007 | 6:03 am
     

    Very appealing design Dice ! and you take up with a new challenge, expressing with a different style. A kind of return to your roots too.
    Because Japan perfectly mixes in the architecture the respect of the tradition and the futuristic technology, I would say mixing oils paintings and digital
    would be apposite . I can’t wait to see the result.

  11.  
    ian
    January 26, 2007 | 7:18 pm
     

    yah Dice- good to see you stretching out- I think this looks really comical and Im very much looking forward to it-

  12.  
    January 28, 2007 | 4:47 pm
     

    roland– heh heh, me too. I hope my time allows me to do traditional!

    854— demo? hmm… maybe more workshop session? I’ll do that some itme!

    Marco—thank you for the encouragement

    gerald—-I can assure you I do my best my friend! I”m thinking about doing this technique for our sketchtravel!

    Ian—-thank you Boss! Means a lot!

  13.  
    June 1, 2008 | 10:00 pm
     

    ME ENCANTAN TODOS SUS TRABAJOS

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