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18 Insights on Marvel’s Visual Team who Designed The Superheroes & Villains

12. The artists come up with several ideas of the characters even for the first screening.

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Ryan:

“When we get working on a movie, we’ll meet with the directors and producers and there may or may not be a script or an outline, and they’ll give us a general notion of what they’re thinking for the character. And then we’ll take their references mentioned and we’ll look at those and see if anything inspires us.”

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13. They always try to keep the characters and their costumes as genuine as possible.

Francisco: 

“We don’t try to change the look at all, we try to keep it as close to the comic book as possible while putting our own design flair into it.”

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14. Inspiration can be taken from anywhere, even from a living person.

Francisco was the one to design baby Groot and he got inspired by his own son.

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15. Even the artists get a say in adding their creativity in the movies.

Sze: 

“The task was to show ‘everyday magic’ and how do we relate that to the viewer? So, I thought of Dr. Strange eating an apple — just by showing different stages of the apple being eaten to show the audience that he’s manipulating time.”

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