Nov 12, 2006
More Toadying: Paul Fisher again
The irrepressible Paul Fisher as drawn by the inimitable Dave Pimentel
The other day's post about my colleague Paul Fisher was based on a single drawing of his that I've had pinned to my wall for the past several months--that one of the Toad closely examining...something or other. Here then are a few final panels--albeit 2nd generation xeroxes scanned on my dubious flatbed--from one of my favorite scenes in "Flushed Away", sequence 1750: the Toad/celphone business. For those who haven't seen the film yet, the Toad is speaking via celphone screen to the heroes; his arms and legs are actually those of another character.
This is a prime example of a story artist doing his thing in sync with the characters in a scene he devised himself. These are mostly in sequence with a couple of my favorite wild card panels tossed in. The entire thing consisted of several hundred story sketches..
And as always, remember: all the images in this post save the caricature are ©2006 Dreamworks Animation.
Labels: animation story, paul fisher, storyboard
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Wow! Nice work Paul Fisher (and David Pimentel is no slouch either! thanks for posting these!
Ahh these drawings are brilliant. I love that scene...one of the best in the whole film.
A brilliant idea and my favorite sequence in that movie. Loved the animation.
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