Wall.E?

Wall.E? | bluchickenninja.com

One of my recent projects at college involved redesigning movie posters. Since Wall.E is one of the best Pixar movies ever made I decided to redesign that in an art deco style (so it ended up not really looking “art deco” but I don’t care, I had fun doing it). I will have a full write up of that project at some point but for just now I wanted to share the watercolour version I did (because I was bored).

Can I also just talk about how much respect I have for the people who made Wall.E. I spent three days working on that poster and though he is literally just a box it’s amazing how many different emotions he can show just by changing the position of his eyes and hands.

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15 Responses to “Wall.E?”

  1. Relax...

    You did that in watercolor? That’s amazing — it was amazing even before you said what medium you used! I love it!

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      • Relax...

        I’ve had limited experience with water color, acrylics, oils and pastels, but I’d say watercolor is trickiest of all to approximate what one is trying to reflect or project.

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        • bluchickenninja

          I suppose it is. I really don’t have much experience using acrylics or oils. But I know acrylics are much easier because you can just paint over any mistakes.

  2. jackiblosblackis

    He is very cute and I love how he turned out. Huge respect from me because Wall.E is not a character I would be able to do. Great work and fantastic choice in movie!

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    • bluchickenninja

      Yeah he was really complicated. I had tried to draw Wall.E last year so knew the basic shape. But I also have the Wall.E lego set which helped too!

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