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Marvel Studios Concept Artist Compares "Avengers" Designs with Final Movie Images

Marvel Studios concept artist Andy Park has been publicly showing off his work as of late, revealing early, more comics-accurate designs for Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye. Among his offerings, the artist has also been showcasing side-by-side comparisons of his concept art vs. the final designs.

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What's remarkable about most of Park's work is how much his aesthetic stays the same in the finished Marvel films. From "The Avengers," to "Thor: The Dark World" and "Guardians of the Galaxy," you can check out his work below, and spot the differences (and, for the most part, similarities) for yourself.

Black Widow from "Avengers: Age of Ultron":

Concept to Film Series: Black Widow! Here's another side by side post. This time it's the concept design I did of Black a Widow for Avengers: Age of Ultron next to the final look in the movie. It's a bit Tron-like I know but we tried to tech her up & make her really bad-ass! Props to Costume Designer Alexandra Byrne. She does amazing work! #BlackWidow #scarletjohansson #Avengers #avengersageofultron #costume #conceptart #conceptdesign #design #marvelstudios #marvel

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Hawkeye from "Avengers: Age of Ultron":

Concept to Film Series: Hawkeye!! I loved concept designing him for all his movie appearances. I was a big West Coast Avengers fan back in the day... I just wish I could've given him his classic purple mask :) This costume was done for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Props to costume designer Alexandra Byrne! & the fact that @hottoyscollectibles makes these figures makes the kid in me so happy! #hawkeye #avengersageofultron #Avengers #jeremyrenner @renner4real #hottoys #conceptart #conceptdesign #design #costume

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Ultron from "Avengers: Age of Ultron":

Concept to Film Series: Ultron Mark 1! I had a lot of fun coming up with the look of this monstrosity made up of broken Iron Man parts but w/the visage resembling the classic Ultron face. #Ultron #Avengers #avengersageofultron #IronMan #jamesspader #conceptart #conceptdesign #design #marvelstudios #marvel

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Maria Hill from "The Avengers":

Concept to Film Series: Maria Hill! I've been having fun posting these side by side comparisons. Here you can see the difference between the concept design illustration I did & her final look. I attempted to bring the white straps from the comics look knowing that it probably won't look good in reality. But I thought if they did a grey version it might work. At the end they opted to not do the straps. I'm ok with that. Again props to Alexandra Bryne the Costume Designer. & I had fun painting the beautiful @cobiesmulders #MariaHill #Avengers #SHIELD #marvelstudios #marvel #film #conceptart #conceptdesign #design #costume #illustration #cobiesmulders

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Thor and Kronan from "Thor: The Dark World":

Concept to Film Series: Thor vs. Kronan! Besides designing characters the other main job in our Vis Dev department is to illustrate keyframe illustrations that depict important moments throughout the film. We read the script, often get direction from director, then we paint the scene as we imagine it could look like. This one came out pretty similarly. #ThorTheDarkWorld #Thor #kronan #marvelstudios #marvel #conceptart #design #illustration #film #keyframe #chrishemsworth

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Thor and Jane Foster in "Thor: The Dark World":

Concept to Film Series: Lovers Reunite Keyframe! Here's Marvel's hero w/a red cape. I had fun painting this keyframe b/c for once it was an intimate moment rather than an action beat. So this was all about capturing Chris Hemsworth & Natalie Portman's faces. And I'll never get tired of painting heads. #Thor #thorthedarkworld #natalieportman #jane #illustration #design #marvelstudios #marvel #instaart #instagood #chrishemsworth @chrishemsworth #natalieportman

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Nebula from "Guardians of the Galaxy":

Concept to Film Series: Nebula! One of my favorite concept designs I got to come up with here at Marvel Studios. Props to Alexandra Bryne (Costume Designer) & David White (Special fx Makeup Designer) for doing an amazing job on transforming @karensheilag into the scary daughter of Thanos! #Nebula #GuardiansoftheGalaxy #karengillan #thanos #conceptart #design #illustration #digitalart #instaart #instagood #marvelstudios #marvel

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Gamora from "Guardians of the Galaxy":

Concept to Film Series: Gamora! I did a ton of Gamora concept paintings on the 1st #GuardiansoftheGalaxy movie. Here's the concept design I did of her in her final Ravager costume side by side w/the final result from the film. Props again to Costume Designer Alexandra Bryne. #Gamora #zoesaldana @zoesaldana #conceptart #design #costume #illustration #digitalart #instaart #marvelstudios #marvel #film

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Thanos from "The Avengers":

Concept to Film Series: To challenge them is to court death! I remember getting this assignment when working on the first Avengers film. I couldn't believe Thanos was going to be introduced. & to see how far things have progressed in just a couple years! Exciting times! #Thanos @damionpoitier #Avengers #marvelstudios #marvel #film #conceptart #design #josswhedon #digitalart #instaart #illustration #sidebyside

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Thanos' Chitauri servant from "The Avengers":

Concept to Film Series: The Other! Thanos' personal servant from the first Avengers & in Guardians of the Galaxy played by #AlexisDenisof The left is the concept design painting I did & the right is the final look by costume designer #AlexandraBryne #thanos #villian #marvelstudios #marvel #conceptart #design #illustration #film #sidebyside #digitalart

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For more work from Andy Park, head over to his Instagram.

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