More Unused Concept Art From Live Action "Akira" Revealed
Tetsuo work in addition to famous sets from the shelved Hollywood "Akira"
After posting a pair of cityscapes and a look at a non-teenage version of Kaneda last November, movie/comic artist Rodolfo Dimaggio (Hulk, Iron Man, Green Lantern, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull) has expanded his look into the design work created for the shelved Hollywood live-action Akira.
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Previously posted Damaggio included:
Tommy Lee Edwards (The Book of Eli) has posted a pair of design illustrations from the Albert Hughes iteration.
Back in September, storyboards from artist Jeffrey Errico emerged online.
There were also storyboard from concept artist Sylvain Despretz's (Gladiator, Alien Resurrection) 2008 work on the project.
Akira went through directors Ruairi Robinson, Albert Hughes and Jaume Collet-Serra before stalling out on budget issues.
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