Anyone interested in attending the production can find the details here. I'll be there on for the Monday afternoon (9th of July) performance and the original drawings will be displayed in the foyer throughout. I'll linger in that area before the show so come and say hello.
Wednesday, May 09, 2012
it was set in a different life
Buxton Festival's production of James and the Giant Peach. This has been an interesting project to work on. It's quite different to what I'd normally do in that usually my work is all about the detail. This brief is almost opposite to that. These images will be the backdrops to the production and therefore should not distract from everything that is going on on the stage. So, with that in mind, I've tried to create them through colour and atmosphere.
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 12:15 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, Buxton, Buxton Festival, childrens, James and the Giant Peach
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this sounds super cool! congratulations! wish i could be there...
Hi, I'm a huge fan of your drawing style. Could you please upload a video of on how you do it for all of us to see the master at work.
Thanks in advance.
You certainly have talent! Good luck with the production!
Thank you guys.
Sam, I've often thought about it but it's a little difficult because I draw in the armchair. I just don't know it would work!
I really like these sketches. Especially the second one.
Hi Andrea your work looks fantastic can't wait to see it. Im working next door in the opera house on the costumes for the 3 opera's were doing. Nothing is more amazing then seeing your hard work on stage in front of an audience. Brake a leg
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