I always wanted to illustrate Hazel and Gus’s dinner date, plus my degree in architecture is over and I now have too much free time on my hands, so not only did I do a triptych, but I also decided to animate them, cinemagraph-style. To see the still versions, go to mydeviantarthere.
P.S. This is my first time making gifs!
P.P.S. I’m thinking of taking the plunge and putting my prints up on Society6 or something, so I wonder if anyone’s interested? Of course, I’ll probably have to build up a sizeable amount of art first.
The challenge, they say, was in capturing the magic of the moment. But even that mostly fell on the shoulders of Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle. “We knew they would sell it,” says Kitsis. “In the script, I think it was, once he does the magic, ‘He grabs her hand and they dance.’ We knew they would take it from there and make it magical.”