Stare into the fierce eyes of the revamped Klingon race from Star Trek Into Darkness, as they could have been. They're all kind of beautiful, and it's kind of too bad we didn't see these versions on the big screen.
Want another look at the new Klingons that J.J. Abrams created for Star Trek Into Darkness? Here's some brand new concept art, from the people who helped craft the shiny new Trek reboot.
You know Neville Page as the creator of the Cloverfield monster, plus many Avatar creatures. But now, he's the guy who helped recreate Tron, and bring the Green Lantern Corps to life. He talked creatures and weird inspirations with us.
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James Cameron's Avatar required many technical miracles, including next-gen 3-D cameras and motion-capture, but it also needed years of sketching and brainstorming from a platoon of concept-artists and designers. We talked to five designers, and learned Avatar's secret design history.
The Cloverfield monster went through a lot of variations before it ended up with its unique body shape, designer Neville Page's portfolio reveals. At one point, he even sported a Superman T-shirt and glasses.
200 eyeballs peep from the body of that crazy monster you've seen in the Star Trek previews, and creature-designer Neville "Cloverfield" Page says it was tough to make them all move independently. More monster below.
We've showcased Neville Page's conceptual artwork and designs before. Now we're psyched because he's finally allowed to talk to us about his design for our favorite recent movie monster, "Clover" (as he calls it) from Cloverfield. Right now, Page is working on James Cameron's Avatar, the movie adaptation of Watchmen,…
Cloverfield opens today, ending months of internet speculation and Slusho tie-in controversies. We spoke to the man behind the movie, Matt Reeves. He took time out of his busy day, where he's poised to count bags of incoming cash and laugh maniacally, to talk to us about Gojira, David Schwimmer, and the big secret at…
Futuristic fire-fighting boots and a robot dog may not be the focal point of this piece of concept art, but they're definitely the most intriguing. We're not sure what these boots are supposed to do in the first place, but we know that the artist calls them "fire pumps."
Now this is one police officer we wouldn't mind pulling over for, and that's not even counting her dangerous curves. Check out the sweet streamlining and attention to detail on that jetpack. Plus she has what looks like Iron Man-esque propulsion units in her fingerless gloves, and a red and blue tipped light-helmet…