30 November 2006

Man-At-Arms' Laboratory...

Well, November has easily been the busiest month for this Blog; a total of EIGHTY posts! :)

Here is a familiar He-Man panning shot that I have assembled from the season one episode "Disappearing Act." I always enjoyed this piece of artwork by the Filmation artists showing Man-At-Arms' laboratory in all its glory. All too often the storyboard artist and director would make the laboratory seem rather small and closed off with the characters all gathered in one spot. Here we can see the true size of the laboratory, stretching far out into the distance with wondrous shapes and inventions.


(click on the image to see it at full-size)

6 comments:

Jukka said...

With all the vastness of the laboratory to marvel, all I kept looking at, was the colour-error on Duncan's belt. They are not all that common, but every now and then there is something. :D

Kevin Martinell said...

Look! We can see "Man-At-Arms' Mystery Construction," from the August 2006 Blog post, featured here, as well! :)

This is another supercool, atmospheric panning shot ... The only unsafe looking thing in this room is where the floor (Where the characters stand) comes to an end, on the left-hand side. There should be a guard rail there or something, so people don't fall in case they are sleep-walking or aren't paying attention to where they are going! :)

Thanks for posting and reading! God Bless...

~KevyGuy :)
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Skelepimp said...

Excellent!...

I love your blog, Busta. It is Wonderful.

Mike Bock said...

His lab is huge. You don't get this feeling when you watch the show. This shot proves how big is MAA working space.

Awesome!!

Brett said...

I love the lab background, and I'm always intrigued by that huge tank in the middle of the image (which, if I'm not mistaken, you have another post devoted to elsewhere).

Daniel Quintero said...

all the different shots from Man-at-arms Lab are amazing!!

Great piece in your art collection and addition to the blog!

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