In the world of Geb, where the tides are shifting, the desperate expedition of a royal family brims over into the lives of protagonists Ani and Tetisheri whom, as if destined by fate, find themselves embarking on a journey for answers that will lead them to a whirlwind of questions, discovery, and new faces — determined to uncover the truth of the fabled elixir and how it links them to those that first walked Geb.
Our Ani & Tetisheri motion picture film script is completed, and we are scheduling multinational production with various studios. We have way more than we can post for copyright reasons at this time. However, Be on the look out for behind the scenes video of our production, and our first trailer down the road!
Landscape Background Paintings
Asset Design: Vehicle Concept Art
Ani & Tetisheri Script Page 1 Rough Draft
Main Female Lead Character Tetisheri Concept Art
Empress Tourmaline’s elixir exploration team diving captain concept art
Scene Concept art of the storm out in the ocean related to the shift in the main characters Ani & Tetisheri.
Character design concept art of Empress Tourmaline
Scene Layout Concept Art: Framing Scenes with interesting composition. Attention to detail is a main focus of each scene.
Background Concept Art for some of the traveling scenes inspired by fine artist Jan Vermeer. The visual art philosophy for the film is to represent either pattern, rhythm, perspective, unity, emphasis, and harmony.
Airplane Concept Art serving as the foundation for some of our aircraft asset design. This airplane design is inspired by the French Engineer, and Boat builder Leon Levavasseur, 1907. These lines were drawn with a non-photo blue pencil, which is why they are so light, because they are guide lines which can be unseen be scanning and photographing.
Airplane Concept Art for the world of Ani & Tetisheri inspired by the French engineer Victor Tatin
This is the first storyboard showing the museum scene that propels the big changes in Ani’s life before he meets Tetisheri, and embarks on a great adventure.
Rough Sketch of the Storyboard for Ani & Tetisheri, our first full length animation film.