Sunday, 27 January 2013

Saturday, 26 January 2013

Adaptation / Lost City Of The Jungle Man Eating Plant Quick Painting

30 minute painting of a man eating plants, which has taken habitants in the lost city of the jungle. doing these paintings of plants is to help me understand the surroundings of the city.

Adaptation / Lost City Of The Jungle Quick Plant Sketches

Just some quick plant drawings for my adaptation idea lost city of the jungle, looking at tropical plants from different rainforests to help design a varies of plants.

Monday, 21 January 2013

Adaptation / Thoughts And Research


So I have decided to go with the tribe environment or a lost city in a jungle for a film set but not being  much of a reader I didn't have any sources of what I knew of. So Iv been researching on the internet and going to libraries in search for a source and have come across the book The Return Of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs.


The Return of Tarzan is a novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the second in his series of books about the title character Tarzan. It was first published in the pulp magazine New Story Magazine in the issues for June through December 1913; the first book edition was published in 1915 by A. C. McClurg.

Plot Summary (Just where the scenes come into the story of the book.)

Miraculously, Tarzan manages to swim to shore, and finds himself in the coastal jungle where he was brought up by the apes. He soon rescues and befriends a native warrior, Busuli of the Waziri, and is adopted into the Waziri tribe. After defeating a raid on their village by ivory raiders he becomes their chief. The Waziri know of a lost city deep in the jungle, from which they have obtained their golden ornaments. Tarzan has them take him there, but is captured by its inhabitants, a race of beast-like men, and condemned to be sacrificed to their sun god. To his surprise, the priestess to perform the sacrifice is a beautiful woman, who speaks the ape language he learned as a child. She tells him she is La, high priestess of the lost city of Opar. When the ceremony is fortuitously interrupted, she hides him and promises to lead him to freedom. But the ape man escapes on his own, locates the treasure chamber, and manages to rejoin the Waziri.

Other adaptations: 

Burroughs' novel was the basis of two movies, the silent films The Revenge of Tarzan (1920) and The Adventures of Tarzan (1921), based on the first and second parts of the book, respectively. The first film starred Gene Pollar as the ape man, and the second Elmo Lincoln, the original movie Tarzan.

Images Below of tribal environments 

tribe community tribal horizontal malaysia borneo sarawak tropical rainforest people penan long house riverpapua-tree-houses

Images below of Lost city in jungle 

Lost jungle city

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Adaptation Ideas

First general Ideas for this unit was text to digital set for film or for a Map for a game.


A steampunk western town

A abandoned research facilities in a frozen wasteland

Post Apocalyptic city

tribe environment

pirate port

ancient tomb
Assassin's Creed Ancient Tomb for 1920x1080

A world under the Sea

Some of these ideas don't have any sources yet accept the tribe environment, which would be based on the book I got for Unit 2: Space. The book was King Solomons Mines. currently researching for sources which I could base my other Ideas on. If any come to mind let me know :)