Phantom Menace Concept Design
I had an email from a friend this morning who hadn’t known that I’d worked as a concept artist on Phantom Menace until watching the credits roll on the DVD recently. He asked what areas I had worked on and what I had made of the experience and, as it presents an opportunity to publish a few old drawings, I thought I’d answer his questions here. It would be nice to be able to say...
Thanks to all those who took the time to read; comment on and/or reblog Bretts story. It has been encouraging to find so much interest and I will do my best to report any new developments as and when they happen.
This is Brett Ewins. We met in 1976, I think, at Ealing School of Art. We were very close friends for a few years. We formed ei8ht enterprises together as a sort of umbrella group for various art activities. About which I will write more later. Sadly, we fell out. Brett went on to become a very well respected and popular comic artist before forming Deadline, the comic magazine in which Tank Girl...
roland barthes”LET US FIRST POSIT THE IMAGE OF A TRIUMPHANT PLURAL…– Roland Barthes in S/Z. First published 1970
My daughter, Mahalia Belo, graduated from NFTS last week. This is a trailer for her graduation film.