One of Marvel Studio's talented conceptual artists, Andy Park, has shared more gorgeous keyframe pieces on his Facebook page, giving us an inside look into just how much effort went into Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron.
If there was any question about the artistry behind comic book movies, they can be swiftly silenced by these awesome works of art and Park's commentary:
Ultron vs Iron Man
Now THIS keyframe was just pure fun to paint! #Avengers: Age of Ultron! I was trying to convey the disparity between the two in terms of strength. It's father against son.
[In this keyframe] We get to see how powerful Scarlet Witch can be in her darkest moment.
Black Widow off the Quinjet
We get to see...Black Widow being bad-ass as usual. I want Hot Toys to make that bike she rode- so cool!
I agree with Park! Let's get a toy version of Black Widow's bike. Seeing her ride it was arguably one of the coolest scenes in the movie. Toy manufacturers, make it so!
Black Widow vs Ultron Bots
Here's one of the keyframe illustrations I was able to do for Avengers:Age of Ultron. This was done earlier before the Ultron Bot designs were finalized by Rodney Fuentebella. I had fun with this one!
Ultron, Quicksilver, and Scarlet Witch
Another keyframe illustration I got to paint for Avengers: Age of Ultron. This is the face-off moment on the bridge. Cap, Thor, & Iron Man vs. Ultron, Quicksilver, & Scarlet Witch. Who'll win? Who did win anyways? Draw?
These pieces of concept art look almost exactly like what we saw in the theaters! Now only one question is left: Where can I get printed versions of these to hang on my walls?
(Source: Andy Park, Facebook)