Early material renders for Alien:Isolation's Amanda Ripley. 2011.
These concepts were created to explore clothing variations. We decided
to go with full color painted work to help explore color and texture.
We also needed to see how the actress playing Ripley would look in all the gear.
So here, the face you see is a photo-bash on top of my painted work.
This was the first time I had used the technique and felt a little uneasy. There is also
photo texture work applied throughout to give that extre sense of reality and fidelity to the materials.
The last two sketches here lift directly from Moebius, a couple of the unused concepts he created for the original film.
I apologise now for the bare midriff and underwear versions, it seemed like a good idea to explore
that at the time. I'm really glad they went with the final suit that was designed much later on after my work was finished there.
Ripley's backpack explorations.
Ripley, full load-out. The accessories and equipment evolved
further from those here.
A line up of generic NPC's (and an early iteration of the Android). Using color and component swaps to give a variety of 'unique' looking characters.
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