by YouTheDesigner . September 4th, 2013
A sketchbook is where creatives gave birth to their most amazing ideas ever. And to get a chance to take a glimpse into a sketchbook of a creative genius is a rare opportunity. A Redditor just did after gaining access to the personal sketchbook of acclaimed director Guillermo Del Toro and posting some photos of the illustrations and notes on Imgur.
The series of photos revealed Del Toro’s notes which are mostly illegible and his gothic/dark fantasy illustrations which depict scenes and characters from his popular films including Pan’s Labyrinth, The Devil’s Backbone and his latest hit Pacific Rim. Some of the sketches also reveal the director’s unreleased project, At the Mountains of Madness.
Scroll down below for his sketchbook illustrations and see which can you recognize.
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