Alright, I think I have it all!Phil HaleMorgan WeistlingJack PierceJames Whale (by far the hardest one)Joseph Clement CollOrson WellesLeon BonnatAlienJames BamaNight of the Living DeadNorman RockwellBasil GogosandDean CornwellThat was a lot of fun.
Nooooooo!!1.Phil Hale2.Morgan Weistling3.Universal Studios Classic Monster Collection4.James Whale5.Ridley Scott - Alien6.Norman Rockwell7.Dean Cornwell8.Basil Gogos9.James Bama10.Joseph Clement Coll11.Orson Welles12.Léon Bonnat13.George A. Romero - Night of the Living Dead
lol just missed Hemal, nice try though. Drew-email me your mailing address, and I will get that sketch out to you. I can't make any promises, but do you have a preference?How the hell did you guys figure out James Whale?
Wow that was down to the wireTo think I ALMOST chatted with my wife who was feeling poorly instead of posting immediately ;)(she told me to go post!)James Whale was rather difficult! I don't know how Hemal did it but I can explain how I got there. Theres a website called Tineye that when you plug in an image, it (sometimes) finds other instances of that image on the net. Unfortunately it doesn't work with cropped images and I had previously discarded it because it hadn't worked on the Leon Bonnat painting. But I decided to try it anyway... and it came up with a single image named 'frank35.jpg' that wasn't explained in anyway or linked on any page. I figured that it had to be 'Frank'enstein considering the amount of classic horror inspiration you already had. It only took a short while after that to find the director of the 1931 Frankenstein :)
Good grief. I just spent the last hour trying to figure out what I now know to be Joseph Coll.I found Whale pretty fast. Black and white horror monster movies in google. I thought it was Colin Clive at first but after searching him I found the picture of Whale. Cornwell gave me a bit of trouble too. I was all over the map searching Pyle, Leyendecker, etc. I knew it was one of those guys in there. The hardest one for me was Bonnat. I googled woman with child painting which lead me down a rabbit hole that ended with Bonnet.Lot of fun and here I thought I was the only one home on a Friday night.Good job Drew.
hahah Drew I used Tineye as well and got that image "frank35.jpg" I was searching all over for directors named Frank, and then it finally hit me - FRANKENSTEIN hahaha.
I was waiting for the answers, hah.All I wanted to know was who's the second artist. Morgan Weistling, he's great.
Erik, remember today when I mentioned the coming war with the machines and you said it was the nerdiest thing you had ever heard me say?When I saw "influence map" I wondered why you would be blogging about an array of numbers that maps the amount of influence a deformation function has onto a set of vertices. We use influence maps all day long in 3d animation. BAM! nerdier.Also Hemal... so owned man.
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