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As I've mentioned before, I'm kind of in love with the concept art for movies, specifically the big blockbusters. Concept art can go as fanciful as the artist wants, where the finished product usually falls under a more realistic realm due to budget constraints.

Parka Blogs (via CBM) has gotten its hands on the official Art of the Movie book that's released with every Marvel film, this time for Ant-Man, and has uploaded some of the images for us. These showcase some of the early, scrapped design ideas for Wasp, Ant-Man, and, mainly, Yellowjacket. Check it out.

Is it just me, or are you also getting a bit of a Scarlet Witch concept art vibe from the third design for Wasp up there? Maybe it's just the red.

The design for Ant-Man's costume came from - who else? - Marvel concept artist superstar Andy Park, whose awesome keyframe work for [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](tag:293035) we just got to see last week.

Last, we have Yellowjacket. I'm not sharing all of the images with you because you get the idea, but if you'd like to see the rest, you can go to Parka Blogs and see the rest, plus much, much more.

If you want to pick up the book itself when it's released in a few weeks, you can do so through Amazon.

What do you think? Are you happy with the final designs of the costumes or do you actually like the concept art better?

Marvel's Ant-Man is currently in theaters.


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