|An example of Rene Paul's work|
|Rene Paul's take on the Graveyard|
|Even in the dark world of Morello there are parts that light up with saturation|
|The painted stylised land found in Morello|
During a chat me and Phil had last week stylisation was brought up and amongst several ideas 'Finding Nemo' was brought up because of its higly colour saturated disney-ness. I think that for the Pearl and Atlantis scenes a touch of bright saturated colour could help to make the picture 'pop', to draw the eye and cast some light. I dont think I will go as far as Finding Nemo, it can harldy be copy/paste into a sepia photograph but toned down slightly I think it may work
My refence/inspiration/stye influence:
Rene Paul's woodcut prints for reference and composition
Jasper Morello/Sepia/Steampunk colour scheme
Finding Nemo inspired colour saturation
A couple of books on underwater photography for reference and composition
For the Atlantis scene I'll also look at Tuscan architecture because it is mentioned explicitly in the text
and thinking whilst Im typing I may take on Morello's painterly aspects too...
painty sepia steampunk disney??? (well at least I have some direction now!)
*totally irrelevant but a Morello is also a type of Cherry...