HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
Painting of Monstrous Nightmare over a Nico Marlet drawing. I only worked on How To Train Your Dragon for two months and it was before the Directors Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois were brought on.Unfortunately I didn’t get a screen credit but it is always fun to work on a Nico Marlet design.
#i think the middle one on the right hand side sums up the play nicely #henry is mischievous #dan is trying to keep his family together #diana is being drawn away by gabe #who is also mischievous #and there’s natalie in the middle of it all trying to put on a brave face #it’s so perfect
(tags via extraordinaryfearlessness)
This was something I drew on paper ages ago that was one of those drawings where I just couldn’t stop adding things. But it’s also been a wild ride making it. I hope you all enjoy it!
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Jenn Damiano was very young when she first started, and she was very inexperienced, and she had sometimes a little bit of a resistance to the father figure Michael [Greif] projected at times, because he was the older man - and she had a little more openness to hearing things from me sometimes. So sometimes I was the one who would give the notes, and that was a cool way to use me in that part of the process…And Michael’s really smart and he recognized that, that she could sometimes get a little more walled up around the parent figure, and I didn’t come across that way to her.