Monday, January 14, 2008


We have my friend David Byers-Brown joining us. He did great work on the film, I grabbed a few examples that you can see above (We'll discuss these scenes more in depth later). We have been emailing behind the scenes for a while and he started to answer some of my questions about the early days which I will post over the next few days.
Here we go:

1 comment:

Matt J said...

There's a similar scene with landscape & red sky featuring the dying messenger & the 'Guernica' like horse-I always thought these kind of compositions were influenced by Kurosawa-a landscape of bodies with spears & arrows. I've heard Dick cite Kurosawa as an influence but working on the film did you ever hear of other directors or artists that he would look to for inspiration? I certainly detect Picasso, Searle, Aubrey Beardsley perhaps . . . ?