“Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ Tale of the Three Brothers Concept Art Released

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Jan 17, 2011

Posted by EdwardTLC

A collection of concept art of the much talked about Tale of the Three Brothers sequence of the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ film has been released on the blog of the sequence’s artist, Alexis Liddell. Thanks to Alex, we have the full collection of artwork available for viewing right here. With over 78 images, the collection shows the process of designing and illustrating the sequence, as well as gives us a close-up glimpse at the different characters, figures, and settings shown in the film. Of particular note are the full drawings of the brothers, Death, the elder tree, and some very early concept drawings.
Many thanks to Alex from Hogwartsite.net for mailing!





32 Responses to “Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ Tale of the Three Brothers Concept Art Released

Avatar Imageabandonedboyjon says: awesome sequence.Avatar Imagegryffindor1991 says: I loved the sequence. These pictures were amazingAvatar ImageLiderc says: Definitely neat to see the beginnings of this incredible sequence.Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: Very interesting; I love behind the scenes releases for the films.Avatar Imagehalfmoonspectacles says: I liked all of them; reminded me a bit of Tim Burton. Avatar Imageumbridetexter says: such a great sceneAvatar ImageWant to be a Weasley says: I really enjoyed this part of the movie, it was nice to see something so imaginative come to life in such a different way from the movie.Avatar ImageLittle Deatheater says: My absolute favorite part of DH1!Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: That was a very cool and creative part.Avatar ImageCDR says: I loved the sequence, but I would have preferred it in an older style.Avatar Imagegexpert says: I must say the animation is fantastic, absolutely fits into the story.Avatar ImageMatea says: God,I love it! beautiful art! it was apsolutely fantastic! I wish they'd make all Beedles tales!Avatar ImagePWilly says: I agree with Want to be a Weasley - this was one of my favorite parts of the movie. I wondered how they would bring it to life, and they did a marvelous job. Thanks for the lovely pictures!Avatar ImageNoble Birth Descending says: I really liked how they presented the Tale of the Three Brothers!Avatar ImageSproutMdme says: This is some of the most evocative art that I have ever seen (and I've seen a lot)! It's as if Javanese shadow puppets met Icabod Crane. Beautiful and powerful work!Avatar Imagenellythemarrow says: This was really the highlight of the film. These pictures are amazing.Avatar Imagemistypaws5 says: The Tale of the 3 Brother's was either my first, or second favorite part in the 7th film :))Avatar ImageGloria says: Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!Avatar Imageksddancer says: This is so good! It's amazing!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: That was such a great scene! So well put together and drawn!Avatar Imagejhangelgurl says: I enjoyed the art and telling of the Tale of The Three Brothers. Avatar Imagesiena says: The drawings are awesome - a very talented artist indeed.Avatar ImageButterfly_Boy says: I too wondered how it could be done. It was very effective, dramatic and enchanting!Avatar Imagesirius33 says: I like seeing stuff like this.Avatar ImageLoony728 says: that was awesome!Avatar ImageHarryPotterGirl (Hermione) says: That part was awesome, I love it how Hermione was telling the story, it so cool.Avatar Imagegreenfinch says: ohhh, this is so gorgeous. i love this way too much.Avatar Imagetonksftmemories says: I absolutely loved this scene. And I'm so glad that they didn't show any of it in previews; it was such a nice surprise!Avatar Imagerayray9598 says: I really enjoyed this part of the movie, I thought this was very creative and it fit the Tale of the Three Brothers very well :)Avatar Imagetimtimloveslupin says: This is absolutely amazing :)Avatar ImageFiniteincantatum says: Amazing!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: It kinda reminded me of Balinese shadow puppets...

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