Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby rustycarr » Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:15 am

The drawings remind me of the 1977 animated movie "Wizards"
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby Mud Guts » Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:53 pm

Razor Cola looks cool. I wonder if he's in the film?
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby biolumen » Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:09 pm

Mad Max RW wrote:I really doubt it's the same movie after 13 years.

Maybe not identical, but much the same.

With so many failed starts on a new “Mad Max” installment and filming set to start in early 2012, one would imagine that the narrative has changed dramatically. But Miller said that while it’s grown somewhat, it’s essentially much the same film he wanted to shoot in 2003. “Obviously I’ve worked on [the script] since, and we’ve got the whole movie designed – we’ve got 150 big vehicles built – and the world has evolved. I hope I’ve evolved, and I hope the movie’s evolved. But it’s pretty similar; at its core, it’s not that different.”

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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby DetritusMaximus » Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:43 pm

BRC1974 wrote:Judging by the vehicles and character designs there's no way it is set between mad max 1 and 2 like some have often suggested. It does seem pretty far in the future.
Finally, someone else sees reason......
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby DetritusMaximus » Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:50 pm

rustycarr wrote:The drawings remind me of the 1977 animated movie "Wizards"
It does have a certain 70's comic book look, but in a cool way, like the old 'Cartoons' comic. Maybe a little Moebius thrown in.
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby Mud Guts » Fri Apr 11, 2014 2:20 am

On a full photo of the Gighorse, Immortal Joe is stood next to it. Has this vehicle been confirmed as his?

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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby DGSimo » Fri Apr 11, 2014 3:47 am

Mud Guts wrote:On a full photo of the Gighorse, Immortal Joe is stood next to it. Has this vehicle been confirmed as his?

Source : https://twitter.com/furyroadnews/media


It wasn't until the concept art! :D

Although one of the storyboards and stunt sheets biolumen found last year showed one of the Wives driving it for a sequence.
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby Uncle Entity » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:30 pm

DetritusMaximus wrote:
BRC1974 wrote:Judging by the vehicles and character designs there's no way it is set between mad max 1 and 2 like some have often suggested. It does seem pretty far in the future.
Finally, someone else sees reason......


Indeed. It's not a sequel to Thunderdome, neither an "interquel" inbetween MM1 and MM2. It's an alternative continuity, and it's a far future.
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby DetritusMaximus » Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:42 pm

Uncle Entity wrote:
DetritusMaximus wrote:
BRC1974 wrote:Judging by the vehicles and character designs there's no way it is set between mad max 1 and 2 like some have often suggested. It does seem pretty far in the future.
Finally, someone else sees reason......


Indeed. It's not a sequel to Thunderdome, neither an "interquel" inbetween MM1 and MM2. It's an alternative continuity, and it's a far future.
Eh, you lost me at the third thru fifth words. I do not believe it will be an 'alternate' anything, just one more tale in chronological order.
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Re: Concept Artwork from Peter Pound

Postby themanw/oaname » Mon Apr 14, 2014 4:24 am

DetritusMaximus wrote:
Uncle Entity wrote:Indeed. It's not a sequel to Thunderdome, neither an "interquel" inbetween MM1 and MM2. It's an alternative continuity, and it's a far future.
Eh, you lost me at the third thru fifth words. I do not believe it will be an 'alternate' anything, just one more tale in chronological order.


He's really pushing an "alernate timeline" thing because it looks like he refuses to believe this is part of the Max mythos, but has nothing credible to back it up other than he just doesnt want it to be. Fact of the matter is: it IS part of the Mad Max mythos and NOT an alternate reality. The only problem is to figure out WHEN it occurs.

If anything, the Rashomon theory that was posted here a while back explains how each Max story can be about the same man, but with different settings and extremes; due to the story being told from different people and how they interpreted the man and the world around him.
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