The Amazing and Diverse Art One Man Made for Three of This Year's Films

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Jonny McCoy is a concept artist who just released a slew of work done for three of this year's huge releases: Thor: The Dark World, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and Edge of Tomorrow (big internationally). The art straddles a wide range of work, all of it awesome.

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For Days of Future Past, McCoy's work was on the Sentinels:

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In Thor 2, McCoy has some truly stunning work on Asgard itself:

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And finally, some work from Edge of Tomorrow, where McCoy did work on the suit design, the battles, and the alien enemies:

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More at McCoy's site.

[via Comic Book Movie]

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DISCUSSION

Love Edge of Tomorrow. It's a damn shame it didn't do as well as it deserved at box office, be it because of the title or Cruise or whatever. (and he was good in it too). I liked the military design in it, the suits, the dropships et al. Those 'hitting the beach' scenes were great chaos.