Create an open to introduce the Horror Noire panel of writers and directors
at the San Diego Comic-Con, conveying the overarching concept of this
unique anthology project.
The scariest movies are the ones that leave space for your imagination to run wild.
A hint of something in the dark… a strange awkward movement…
perhaps we catch a glimpse of a dark, nefarious creature…
‘Dark Spaces’ became our core idea.
The constantly evolving shapes split and separate in a dark, unpredictable, motion.
We used multiple passes, layer upon layer, each affecting the next,
to create a disturbing and organic feel.
This was an amazing opportunity to create characters straight from the pages of the scripts.
The idea of ‘Dark Spaces’ made us question: How much do you have to reveal?
What can we discern from a vampire’s blood-soaked teeth, or the winged silhouette of a demon?
This was a creative project showcasing what can be done with a few stills
and a lot of imagination.