Concept Design: Works from Seven Los Angeles Entertainment by Harold Belker, Steve Burg, James Clyne, Mark Goerner, Nick

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After the cylin- sketched a stack of these to come up with a couple of design ders were roughed in I added the pilot’s cabin between them directions for the fold-out rendering on page 85. The basic and a couple of control surfaces. After I completed almost idea behind all of these fantasy hovercraft is that the tech- all of my marker work I went back over each sketch with a nology exists for the creation of small antigravity devices little line work to define the designs further and to make the strong enough to provide vertical lift for a vehicle.

When the painting 7. m. April 2002 is done, make a new layer and start the process anew. 8. Lighting sequence showing similar views at different times, Jan. 2002 If perspective is an important part of the composition 9. Night shots of Huntington pier and then a pre-made grid may be useful. This is best done using oil platforms. a grouping of oversized paths that can be moved around over To keep the painting as live and fast as possible, each image the image to the desired position. Generic path sets are cre- is usually created as one layer and added to the same file as ated in another file and copied into the paint file when the work progresses.

The idea was to build a gigantic fire engine and would have been a great challenge for me. I created it and then had to walk away from it, but a design concept like this keeps on living. I would find sketches in my portfolio that reminded me how cool a vehicle like this could be and I continued to imagine all the changes I would make. This was one of my first projects for the book. I wanted to take it a step further than the original film design. The principal idea remains the same but the proportions and details have been modified.

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