FANTASTIC FOUR Concept Art: Unconventional Designs For Dr. Doom & The Thing

FANTASTIC FOUR Concept Art: Unconventional Designs For Dr. Doom & The Thing

Hit the jump to check out Fantastic Four concept art of Dr. Doom and The Thing, created by artist Constantine Sekeris. It's early production artwork of character effects for Steve Johnson's company XFX.

In the past, visual effects guru, Steven Johnson and his XFX studio, made a pitch to 20th Century Fox to be the special effects team for a Fantastic Four film. This was before the Tim Story film was made, and at that time Nicolas Cage was penciled in to play the role of the main villain, Doctor Victor Von Doom. Steve has now released has put these images up for sale on EBay. You can see Constantine Sekeris' designs for Dr. Doom and The Thing below, or click here to see even more concept art and a bizarre mechanical arm conceived for the ruthless ruler of Latveria.

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If you're a fan of Constantine's brilliant artwork I would suggest picking up a copy of his book, MetamorFX: Art of Constantine Sekeris.

Fantastic Four (2005) was directed by Tim Story, from a screenplay written by Michael France and Mark Frost. The cast included: Ioan Gruffudd as Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, Jessica Alba as Sue Storm / Invisible Woman, Chris Evans as Johnny Storm / The Human Torch, Michael Chiklis as Ben Grimm / The Thing, Julian McMahon as Victor Von Doom / Doctor Doom, Kerry Washington as Alicia Masters, Laurie Holden as Debbie McIlvane, and Stan "The Man" Lee as Willie Lumpkin. The film earned $330 million at the worldwide box office, against a budget of $100 million.

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