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Martelo do Thor poderia ter sido muito mais enfeitado do que vemos no cinema

Chris Hemsworth como Thor - Reprodução
Chris Hemsworth como Thor Imagem: Reprodução

Rodolfo Vicentini

Do UOL, em São Paulo

27/07/2018 22h44

Mjölnir, o famoso martelo de Thor, poderia ter sido muito diferente do que estamos acostumados a ver no cinema.

Charlie Wen divulgou nas redes sociais alguns esboços que ele tinha pensado para o objeto. O artista, que tinha trabalhado na saga dos games "God of War", foi convidado para uma reunião com o chefão dos Estúdios Marvel, Kevin Feige, para levar Thor às telonas.

Antes de pensar como o herói e o mundo fantástico de Asgard seriam adaptados, Charlie foi obrigado a começar pelo martelo, justamente para a Marvel já dar início à linha de brinquedos da franquia. 

Os desenhos abaixo são os aprovadas para o filme e para os brinquedos. 

I promised a few weeks ago that I’d take you back to the very early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I knew @ryan_meinerding_art way back because I’d hired him onto God of War, then a few years later, he invited me to meet with Kevin @kevfeige to talk about helping to develop more films for Marvel since Ironman was such a success. I was supposed to have a long lead time to develop the look and feel of the Avengers world years before production, which would have been incredible to have that kind of time- but I was pulled into developing the look and feel of Thor’s world first as it needed help. I began design passes for Thor & Asgard, but was asked to design his hammer (Mjölnir) first because Hasbro needed to begin production on its toy line (shortly after this, @kenneth_branagh joined on to direct the film!— huge fan since Henry V!). The first image is the initial pass that goes from more traditional to wacky. The purpose was to begin establishing with Kevin a sense of boundaries and comfort levels for the magical realms of the MCU (in comparison to the earthly ground of Ironman’s tech). It’s always necessary to go too far! In these stages, it was paramount to begin designing the MCU as a connected and cohesive universe. The following images are hammer designs that got approved for the film (and toy;). #marvel #throwback #marvelcinematicuniverse #thor #avengers #photooftheday #conceptart #charliewen_art

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