It swings out When in the animated Spider-man Film, the super-hero through the street canyons, the view is spectacular: glass facades, neon lights and cramped courtyards, one sees there; a modern Graffiti style mixed with the more coarse-grained Look of old Comic books.
An original mix. In these images, a Swiss artist was involved in: Jessica Rossier. Many of the streets and city views it has designed and drawn. "We have worked for almost one and a half years," she explains. Together with her husband, the Geneva Bastien Grivet, directs you to the sign Studio ward light; one of their specialties are backgrounds for video games and movies.
Suddenly, quite a lot: Spider-Man gets support from the Paralleluniersen. Video: YouTube/Sony Pictures Releasing, Switzerland
born in 1989, grew up Rossier in a small community in the vicinity of Montreux: "My father is a painter and a graphic designer." No wonder, then, that they even began to draw and to Geneva, at the art school went. It was here she met her future husband. "We were the perfect Duo," says Rossier.
A heart and a Team
The two began to take an interest in Game and film design, which interfered badly with the traditionally-oriented school. "Specifically, we were thrown out," says Rossier and laughs. So, the two self-teach what it takes for the game design and the movie design or how to draw on the Computer and on the Tablet. "We put lots of pictures on the Internet and found so finally, our first customer."
As Bastien a Job offer in France Grivet received, the Pair moved in the vicinity of Montpellier. There, they founded in 2013, the ward light Studio. The two worked for the French-canadian fantasy film "Upside Down" or designed promotional material for "Independence Day: the Resurgence". For the computer game "Call of Duty: Black Ops III", signed vehicles – as well as a futuristic Zurich from the year 2065.
street of New York: A sketch of Jessica Rossier.
"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" were Rossier and Grivet been consulted, as the film team was still looking for the right style. "Our goal was to find something New," says Rossier. The backgrounds of ten artists worked for about, we exchanged ideas via Skype and email, worked closely with those who designed the figures. Thanks to the Internet, Creative cooperated from all over the world.
the basis for Rossier and Grivet reference photos sent to you from New York. In addition, the Couple knew the city from their own view; "we were already there," says Rossier. At the end of this long development process, the mixture of Comic book elements and Graffiti style.
And what had Rossier in front of the project to be Spider-Man? "Of course I have seen the real films," she says. A few years ago, she started to read Comics, with the goal to learn English. However, you did not read the adventures of Spider-Man, Jessica, Rossier, but the Batman.
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Created: 12.12.2018, 14:22 PM