February 09, 2018

The Ritual on Netflix


The Ritual just released today on Netflix.  You can check it out HERE.  Once it's been out for a while I'll start showing all the design work and art that went into it.




12 comments:

  1. I just saw the movie and I really liked the design of the big spooky thing. So much so that I watched the credits just to see who designed it. Thats how I got here!

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  2. I watched the movie this past weekend and loved it. I can't wait to see some of your concept sketches and art for it, as the creature was gorgeously striking.

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  5. Just watched the film on Netflix. Excited to see the design work that went into this.

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  6. Dont be Afraid of the Dark, Guillermo Del Toro, and now The ritual.
    I looked at your stuff many years back, and now I see your designs in movies. Just lovely :)

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  7. Just finished the Ritual
    I had to read the credits and find out who created that marvelous creature
    Your work is just incredible
    Can’t wait to see more!

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  8. That was one GORGEOUS design. Got to your site from seeing your name in the credits, and was thrilled to see your artwork again - I have a copy of Drawing and Painting the Undead and it's always been one of my favorites.

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  9. I knew there was something very familiar feeling about it. Kudos on breathing life into such an amazing thing

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  10. I just saw the movie and it's amazing! Is it coincidence that the creature forms a rune with his body at the end?

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  11. Watched the mobie and searched online. Found your site and saw all the other amazing designs you did. Loved the creature in the movie! Director was also not shy in showing it when the time came!

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  12. I watched the movie today and found out your design was involved. It was fascinating and I can't wait to see your artwork. I'm hopeful that some of the unused iterations might be available.

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