Saturday, April 07, 2007

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Movie backgrounds

It was well over two years ago when Art Director, Bob Pettitt, contacted me to see if I was interested in doing some movie backgrounds for this movie. At that time I had never heard of Adult Swim much less Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The show and movie is admittedly not for everyone and it's main target market is teenagers who like dark alternative, and crude humor. So be forewarned! Anyway, all they needed were some layered Photoshop backgrounds that they could mess with to create scenes for this 15 min Adult Swim show into a full length movie. Over all I did 7 backgrounds for my first movie art experience. Well, I had to keep it quite until now. With the many delays and postpones of the premier it now finally here and I can show the stuff I did on the web. I'm going to be attending the ultra exclusive movie premier on April 9th right here in Atlanta and the Plaza Theater. I'll try my best to not trip on the red carpet (it was green carpet actually) and smile for the deluge of paparazzi and interviews. Click this link or image to see page I created with the backgrounds and be sure to zoom into each image to see all the hard work.

I would LOVE to hear any comments on these and the movie here on my blog or my news page. Make sure you go see the movie starting on Friday the 13th, April 2007 at a local theater near you.


Stacy said...

Absolutely amazing! Congratulations! Can't wait to see the movie and your very cool backgrounds.

shliknik said...

Holy Moley...these probably took a lot of time (and patience) to do. Congrads on them turning out so well.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful backgrounds! it's words :) I watched your works and I think you are very good in 3d and 2d.. I'm only dedicated to 2d. but I have a simply question for :
what type of flash action scrip have you chosen for the zoom and movement on your backgrounds previews?

jaume (barcelona,spain)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! Your talents are amazing.

Jay said...

Thanks for the compliments everyone. The flash script is from a free program called Zoomifyer EZ. I don't even know Flash and I figured it out somehow.