Visual development art for Treasure Planet. by vacher

Visual development art for Treasure Planet.

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Added: Dec 13, 2002
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Guest's picture

I'm such a big fan of Treasure Planet still, and it amazes me how people like you, show such expetacular art anywhere in the internet. this is like gold, finding Treasure Planet's art Smile Thank you!

Guest's picture

This is totally cool I love your work

Guest's picture

Oh the details! Oh the color palette! OH my mouth drops open!

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rick honson said it was cool

vacher's picture

You're welcome, Janeen Smile

madagascart's picture

Okay wow! You are out of this world! No pun intended!=) No wonder Disney chose you... I really love everything I've seen here of yours. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Guest's picture

i'm looking through your gallery and i'm just stunned. i've seen treasure planet and i think the conceptual design behind it is awesome. it's amazing and inspiring to finally be able to see the actual work behind it. Your work is a huge inspiration to me; i'd love to be able to draw out my own visualizations, but my limited skills only serve as an obstacle to communicate them on paper.

isenho's picture

wow the complexity and detail of the design is great. neato!

vacher's picture

Thanks, Jay.

vacher's picture

Thanks, April.
The Disney book is called "Treasure Planet, a voyage of discovery".
You can find it everywhere, in the "movies" section.

aprillee's picture

Hey, it's Ringworld! Just kidding. Thanks for posting all your art. It definitely makes me want to go see the film. ... And also buy the _Art of Treasure Planet_ if such a book is published!

Nice use of complimentary colors, too. ^_^

jayceel's picture

Your sense of color and skill always amazes me.

vacher's picture

Thanks, Chris.
Although I have to say that conceptual ideas on movies are generally not to be credited to only one artist. A lot of people are involved in the process of inspiring a concept and bringing it to life.

christar's picture

Great idea, brought to life with spectacular color and finesse!

toddm's picture

Oh, I've seen this on the commercials! Pretty weird (cool) knowing who the artist was who helped bring the vision to the screen.

Art at its best.