images©wingnut filmI can lastly begin reflecting a small of the principle art that I did for District 9 - these two imeras in addition to a couple of others are up on WetaNZ.com cultivating the job-related on the film we did at Weta Workshop.I likewise talked on a Weta podcast a small while ago if you want to know even more around the process we went with functioning on D9.These two images are two of possibly fifteenager or so illustrations that I did on this specific architecture.I most likely did forty or even more on earlier designs. (as I discussed earlier, we actually developed a full range prop of among the previously versions but we adjusted to this design after principal photography was finished)This variation ended up being the final style and went via a few iterations however really didn"t readjust much from the first pass.It began out as predominately white/grey via black extremities and also orange maremperors. Neill asked that I make it babsence close to the end of the architecture phase.Definitely looks even more menacing in babsence, however I kinda preferred the mostly white variation.The very first variation additionally had bit external arms that Wikus"s (or in it"s intfinished develop, an alien"s) arms would slot right into and you can kinda make those out from the ago view.Now that I think about it, I more than likely did a lot even more than fifteen illustrations of this design....I"ll show a couple of even more soon and a couple of various other designs.I"ve seen some really cool residence made models of the Exo Suit now, some in Lego that are particularly excellent.This one is great, and also this one is proportionately the the majority of precise.Pretty superior considering the lack of decent recommendation.More quickly.

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Ryan Rasmussensaid...

That suit is really sweet. Art's not bad, either! :-) The second sketch in particular reminds me of Joe Johnston's work on Empire. I'm glad you have the right to article this stuff now.

14 October 2009 at 05:56


Fantastic architecture, Greg.Really cool that we're finally getting to view all the good job-related you males did in producing this human being.Looking forward to the DVD.

14 October 2009 at 06:27


dam! these are looking fricken sweet man, this stuff is going straight right into the Broadmore folder

14 October 2009 at 15:33

Aaron Beckshelp...

incredibly rad thing. nice work-related bro!

14 October 2009 at 15:33
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holy smokes that took forever. nice to watch these.

14 October 2009 at 15:53
Mike Jenkinsshelp...

Mr. Broadmore, did you architecture the MNU vest labels & insignia? If not you, then that did?

14 October 2009 at 20:07
Doug Williamsshelp...

Man, this is the kind of shit that provides me desire to quit. Seriously awesome work-related. I'd love to see you process on these. Also that Prawn model paint over is excellent. Truly remarkable guy. Treat yourself to a gin and tonic. hell erected a Paypal account and I'll treat you to one.

15 October 2009 at 09:54
Alfonso de la Torresaid...

Man I can't tell you how a lot I favor that architecture, its absolutely brilliant! I been waiting for you to put this up, and also its good guy, many thanks for sharing. I love the way its a mechanical suit and also a creature at the exact same time. It really was an additional character in the movie, and its insane just how they made the version precisely prefer your style. In one word DOPE!

16 October 2009 at 00:51

Who am I to say this, however...You are a bastard, sir! And you know it for sure! =)Seriously now, you stand also as a beacon in the middle of the sea of concept art! That hregarding be among the greatest mech ever before designed!

16 October 2009 at 03:04
Greg Broadmoresaid...

Hey all, thanks and also thanks again. I'm glad I deserve to show a small of what I did.Mike - all the graphic style for the Aliens (their logos and language) and for MNU was done by Leri Greer - his site is noted in the side bar. Thanks Doug - I will certainly drink that Gin and also tonic for sure!

22 October 2009 at 01:35
Vaughan Lingsaid...

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You recognize you've made it once people are doing lego versions of your deindicators. Congrats guy. I'm so glad you have actually a blog, and also you're willing to share your magic. Totally badass.