Wreck-It-Ralph Looks A Lot Meaner In This Early Art

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Disney's video game movie Wreck-it-Ralph was, at even its darkest and most violent points, a pretty bubbly and colourful movie. Which you probably couldn't tell if you only looked at this concept art for the "Hero's Duty" sections, which is a lot closer to the grim tone of the film's Aliens/Gears of War/Halo inspiration than you see on the screen.

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The pieces at the top show the rougher, meaner images; things get more bubbly as we go on.

Everything you see here was done by Ryan Lang, an artist who started out at licensed games specialist High Voltage Software, but is now at Disney.

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You can see more of Ryan's work at his personal site and CGHub page.


To see the larger pics in all their glory (or, if they’re big enough, so you can save them as wallpaper), click on the “expand” button in the bottom-right corner.

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I recently watched Wreck-It Ralph.

I honestly didn't see why so many people went on about it being good.

It wasn't bad; don't get me wrong. But at best it was an "Eh."

Just seemed like another Disney Princess movie.