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Shape of Water

Tue Mar 13, 2018, 12:27 PM
Video-cover by dtab428Get an inside look at Guillermo del Toro’s trademark artistic style in his latest film, The Shape of Water. Experience the creative journey from design to production of its charming and unconventional amphibian love interest. Hear from del Toro himself, actor Doug Jones, and the design team on the labor of love that brought “The Asset” to life.
The Making Of

Author: MisfitsTamara Artist: nipuni

Stories of unconventional love have existed for millennia and have gained new momentum thanks to Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water.

The film, which explores the bond between Amphibian Man and Elisa Esposito, shows that love can bloom no matter how unlikely the pair or the obstacles that may stand in their way. The secret to understanding how Amphibian Man captured Elisa’s heart, and by extension ours, is taking a look behind-the-scenes into his creation.

From the very beginning, this film was born from long-standing fascinations and affections. It all started as an idea by writer Daniel Kraus (Guillermo del Toro’s writing partner for the children’s book series Trollhunters) who’d come up with a story in high school about a cleaning woman at a government facility befriending a creature and deciding to set it free. It immediately captured del Toro’s attention thanks primarily to his childhood (turned lifelong) fondness for the Creature from the Black Lagoon and desire to tell a version of the Beauty and The Beast tale without the Beast transforming into a human. This was in 2011 and film development began shortly after. Working on the book and script simultaneously while filming Pacific Rim, in 2014 del Toro hired a crew of artists to begin designing what would become Amphibian Man and the lab (a central location of the film). In early 2015, del Toro and Fox Searchlight hired Vanessa Taylor as a co-writer to perfect the script.

Take a look behind the scenes at how Guillermo Del Toro brought a story of
unconventional love to life in The Shape of Water.
(Content Courtesy of Fox Searchlight)

Non-verbal communication and connection is an extremely important aspect of the story as a woman who speaks primarily using American Sign Language (ASL) falls in love with a creature who’s never had to speak. That meant Amphibian Man must be expressive, realistic, and, well, beautiful. Del Toro was so committed to the process, he paid the creative team using his own money and used his Bleak House workshop as homebase. “I knew it was going to take a long time, so I didn’t even put it in the film’s budget,” del Toro said. “This is truly the hardest creature design I’ve ever done.”

To effectively create something that looked like it plausibly emerged from the depths of the Amazon, studying nature was extremely important to the process. Del Toro and sculptor extraordinaire Mike Hill (whose credits include The Wolfman, Apocalypto, and Men In Black 3) worked very closely together and looked at hundreds of fish for inspirations. For example, the way Amphibian Man eats is based on tropical lionfish and they were inspired by several species to add bioluminescence to his coloring. “People with aquariums are often attracted to glowing, see-through fish so we wanted to echo that idea,” Hill explained. “Later, Legacy [Effects] came up with a way to recreate that idea in an opaque suit that looks fantastic.”

The harder part was creating the alluring “man” half of the fish-man. “[Del Toro] said he wanted me to give the creature a soul,” Hill revealed. “He wanted it to be something a woman could fall head over heels for in every way.“[Del Toro] said he wanted me
to give the creature a soul...”
So I started sketching a handsome looking version of a fish-man, giving him kissable lips, a square jaw and doe eyes, and I went from there.” So they worked and worked, modeling clay day and night, until they got it right. Del Toro even took the designs home to get the opinions of the female members of his family, from shoulder width to hindquarters. Their dedication and passion finally paid off when they completed their striking first design stage.

With the maquettes and clay designs finished, the next challenge was to turn it into functional suits that someone could wear and effectively move in. This is where Legacy Effects’ expertise comes in. They converted the maquettes into digital images that were further developed and detailed while building Amphibian Man’s facial elements, as being expressive was just as important as having abs. Shane Mahan (Legacy’s award-winning Creature Designer and Visual Effects Supervisor with credits that include Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Pacific Rim) said, “One of the early conversations was that Guillermo wanted the eyes to be changeable on set in order to change the mood or look of the creature. Since you can’t take Doug [Jones]’ makeup off to change them, we ended up coming up with a magnetic system to interlock the eyes. It was the only solution. Once we were shooting, we would change the eyes four or five times a night.”

“He has a love for our craft that is infectious,” said Mahan. “He would meet with us anytime, late on a Friday night or on a Sunday, and he was involved at every turn.”

Every detail was important, considered, and rigorously tested, down to his gills which added another way for Amphibian Man to express himself. And del Toro was there every step of the way. “He has a love for our craft that is infectious,” said Mahan. “He would meet with us anytime, late on a Friday night or on a Sunday, and he was involved at every turn. It’s very rare that you find that kind of interest in being so super refined and, for us, that kind of obsession is inspiring. You end up wanting to invest more and more into making it as great as it can possibly be.”

The Shape of Water: Behind the Scenes (Content Courtesy of Fox Searchlight)

With four beautiful, fully functioning latex/silicone suits perfected and ready to shoot, there was never a doubt in del Toro’s mind who would play the creature and truly bring him to life. Doug Jones has been in many of his films, playing what he calls “some of the most crucial roles” in them - a collaboration that has stretched back twenty years. Indeed, many people have depended on Jones’ uncanny abilities with roles that include Billy Butcherson in Hocus Pocus, one of the Gentlemen on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Cochise on Falling Skies, and Saru on Star Trek: Discovery.

“If you don’t have an actor inside the creature’s suit, you don’t have a movie – and Doug is not a performer, he’s an actor,” del Toro said. “I think of such moments as when he enters the movie theater and you realize the creature has never seen a movie before. Those are actor moments. I also remember before Richard Jenkins [who plays Elisa’s artistic friend, Giles] did the bathroom scene where he is getting to know the creature, Richard was worried he would be acting with a monster suit. Afterwards, Richard came to me and said, ‘The moment you said action, I was in front of an ancient water god.’ He felt all the pain and the confusion of the creature in Doug.”

The suits were constructed beautifully but they did present many challenges, like occasionally not being able to see beyond the prosthetic eyes in a scene and needing four people to get Jones into the suit. As tight as they were, they were constructed with corsets to ensure they were skin-tight but had segments in the abdomen that still allowed fluid movement. Because it was designed to reshape no matter what movement or action Jones performed, he described acting in it as “an intense workout. Every movement is like doing a pushup or a pull-up.”

“I feel the creature is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen...”But the years of design work and two to four hours in the makeup chair everyday absolutely paid off.  “I feel the creature is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen,” said Sally Hawkins who plays Elisa. “I had to be reacting to someone who feels alluring to Elisa and, because of their work, that came naturally. I didn’t see Doug at all; I saw this incredible, mysterious specimen. Others might see a monster but Elisa sees something else entirely and that comes across.”

“It was so beautiful and touching, I didn’t realize I would have the type of response I did,” Spencer said. “I just started sobbing watching it.”

Everyone who worked on the film seemed to fall under his spell, even Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer who plays Zelda, fellow cleaning woman and friend of Elisa. Purposefully avoiding looking at and designs or photos prior to her character’s first interaction with him, it had a profound affect the first time she saw footage of him interacting with Elisa. “It was so beautiful and touching, I didn’t realize I would have the type of response I did,” Spencer said. “I just started sobbing watching it.”

The marriage of an intense, involved design process and actors flawlessly performing and connecting with each other created a magical atmosphere that you can feel in every frame. “I would get so lost in watching Sally that I’d forget what I was doing,” Jones admitted. “There’s something so real, so raw about Sally, I just fell for her, much as the creature does.”

“Water takes the shape of whatever is holding it at the time and although water can be so gentle, it's also the most powerful and malleable force in the universe,” said del Toro. “That's also love, isn't it? It doesn’t matter what shape we put love into, it becomes that, whether it’s man, woman or creature.”

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Celebrating Deviousness - March 2018

Thu Mar 1, 2018, 12:00 AM
Og-preview by symonxIn Recognition of Exemplary Membership and an Outstanding Spirit of helpfulness and mentoring within the DeviantArt community. Join us in celebrating the latest recipient of the Deviousness Award.

In Recognition of Exemplary Membership and an Outstanding Spirit of helpfulness and mentoring within the DeviantArt community. Join us in celebrating the latest recipient of the Deviousness Award.

Introducing priteeboy


Unlike most users here who found DeviantArt in their early teens, I spent most of my adolescence without it. Not having been led to it until I was 17 which by that point my preferences when it came to the kind of art I liked to make and look at were already starting to set. I sometimes wonder how my teenage years would have been different had I discovered it earlier since it was nothing but a positive influence on me once I did. 

Not having encountered any real same-age artistic competition in my life before I appeared on DA had left me unknowingly complacent with my work and in hindsight, I was starting to stagnate. But coming to this community and seeing what other artists were doing, many not too far off from my age and some even younger - putting out better quality work, and suddenly I didn't feel like a big fish anymore. I felt like I needed to up my game if I wanted to do anything on par with those existing users who inspired me so much (and admittedly sparked some bouts of envy) back when I was new here.

 As long as there's a population of high-experience artists still posting their work here, there will always be fresh faces trying hard to emulate their success, and years later, whether they decided to stay on DA or not, they will be thanking it for pushing them in the right direction during a time where their work might have been ignored or even rejected on other platforms. DeviantArt has a very nurturing atmosphere for those just starting out. 

The theme of my own work hasn't changed much over the years. I've always loved certain subjects and styles above all and it was great to see sub-communities here that were fascinated by the same things. But I feel the quality of it sure has - it's hard to look at my old artwork now without a very thick pair of nostalgia goggles to hide the flaws, but each one felt like I broke new ground while making it. 

Discovering a new way to draw this or shade that, some even owing to tutorials I saw on this very site or suggestions from other users in their comments. DeviantArt has been a real catalyst to my development, putting my skills years ahead of where I would otherwise be if somehow, against all odds in our much more connected world of today - I still hadn't heard of it. Despite having accounts on other sites, as we all do - DeviantArt forever stands out as the first one I ever joined. I feel like I was born twice, and my second delivery room was a stylish shade of grey, decorated with some killer art pieces.

 The fact that I haven't lost interest in it in all this time, and make sure to log in at least once a day, is a testament to the ongoing appeal of this community, the only place I've known where I have ever felt like being myself actually really is good advice and more than simply just tolerated - but accepted.

Heavy RAinbowby priteeboy
the swine flewby priteeboy
golden gates of hellby priteeboy
where subsriber's money goesby priteeboy
solar scapes - 2018 calendarby priteeboy
Nebulous nightmares iiby priteeboy
Horror moviesby priteeboy
legendary ladderby priteeboy
summer paradiseby priteeboy
a space odditreeby priteeboy
high riseby priteeboy

MARCH 2018

Deviousness Award Winner

If you've spent any time browsing the galactic wonders of the Space Art gallery on DeviantArt, you have likely run into the otherworldly creations of priteeboy. Much to the delight of the viewer, he uses a digital canvas to unleash his wild imagination in a vast array of vivid colors and incredible textures. However, it is more than his graceful invitation to visit the lands he creates that draws one to him -- his infectious personality and his love for the DeviantArt community serves as a beacon to all. After over a decade, he still calls DeviantArt home and takes the time to provide meaningful critique and feedback to fellow community members. Let us also not forget that he was the first, to be honest about, "Where Subscriber Money Really Goes". We are delighted to be awarding Deviousness, March 2018 to priteeboy!

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When it comes to creativity, priteeboy's art is the visual manifestation of thinking outside the box. Through exquisite craftsmanship, his works come to life and inspire. Beyond that, he has been immensely supportive by taking the time to write constructive comments helping others on their own artistic endeavours. With his diverse range of interests, he enriches any kind of discourse and is always a welcomed guest in such. If somebody deserves the Deviousness award, then it is certainly him. Congratulations, Matthew!

If you like Space Art and you looked for company around da, chances are you have already come across priteeboy!  He is funny, relatable, very passionate about his craft and definitely a pleasure to talk to! His enthusiasm inspires a lot of artists around DA and his tutorials are a wonderful helping tool for anyone wanting to improve. I love the ideas he brings  to life on "canvas", in various media! And his dedication to keeping the Space Art community active, excited and productive, makes quite an impact. I am very happy for him and I cannot wait to see what he comes up with next! Congratulations, Matthew!  

priteeboy's 3D work is unique and highly detailed. I can tell that his years of work has paid off and it shows. I can see the time and effort he put into each and every single one of his works. He clearly understands how to use the program to its fullest and create unique pieces that pop with color and creativity. He is by far one of the best 3D modelers I have ever seen and he definitely deserves his Deviousness award! I look forward to seeing more wonderful, colorful ideas from him!

priteeboy has always inspired me. His broad use of colour is what first struck me about his work, then the sheer imagination and talent that it takes to produce some of the marvels I've seen in his gallery really hit home! His vision and passion for his art will surely go on to inspire new and old artists alike for many years to come. priteeboy is also one of those artists who always seems to take the time to say more than just one or two words in reply to any comment you may leave, his dedication to the community is quite infectious. I am honoured to be following such a talented artist, and it would be a shame if you didn't treat yourself to viewing his ample gallery!Congratulations on your Deviousness Award my friend, you more than deserve it!

earth's engine exposedby priteeboy
Yoshi's Fruit bowlby priteeboy
diamond ringby priteeboy

priteeboy's gallery is a treasure trove of skillful and eclectic works. From beautifully rendered 3D scenes that look like they came straight out of a dream, to fun and creative takes on fan art, you can see the meticulous attention to detail and love they put into every piece. Congratulations on your Deviousness, priteeboy

Having had the pleasure of following Matthew's for many years now, I can say that his gallery here is truly one of the delights of DeviantArt. His works are full of imagination, and masterfully used, vivid colours, finished in the crispest of details. He's not just a great artist though, Mathew kindly always gives great feedback on other peoples work, taking the time to write out useful info, in a constructive and polite manner.His passion for both art and other artists, is both gloriously obvious and thoroughly commendable, and should certainly be seen as a great example to follow. Congrats on your award Mathew, thoroughly well deserved. :)

priteeboy has a funky and diverse gallery, full of unique art of unparalleled creativity. What's so amazing about his artworks is that they always come with clever, yet simple ideas that make you go: "Wow! Why did no one ever come up with that before?!". As a prime example, those who don't know his all-time classic "Where subscriber's money goes" should go check it out immediately.I believe one of his mottos must be "quality over quantity", which does not only refer to his art. If I have to name one active deviant in my friends list who constantly writes long and meaningful comments - it would be priteeboy. I admire him for keeping up this level commitment for such a long time. priteeboy is a very supportive person, whom I've known for roughly ten years now already, therefore I'm thrilled that he receives the Deviousness Award for his dedication to (Deviant-)art today. Congratulations!

Matthew is a very talented artist. His amazing Sci-Fi worlds and Space Art are as gorgeous as a pearl somewhere in the depths of the ocean. I'm sure that thousands of people, in search of inspiration and search for something unique and unexplored territories, go to his gallery - to be inspired and immersed in these wonderful worlds. I want to say with all my heart - thank you! Thank you for your amazing art and creativity ! Congratulations priteeboy

Congratulations to priteeboy!

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Valentine's Day Art Exchange 2018!

Thu Feb 1, 2018, 12:00 AM

Valentines 2018 by symonxBreak out the candy hearts and crafting paper because the deviantart Valentine’s Day Art Exchange is here!


Take Part And Spread Love

From now until February 16th, deviations in the Valentine Exchange category can be sent as valentines to your friends and loved ones.

❤ Send Valentines

There’s still time to create and submit a valentine of your own! Just submit it to the Valentine Exchange category before February 16th so your fellow deviants can share it!

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How To Participate


Start now by creating valentine-themed deviations and submitting them to the Valentine Exchange category.

❤ Submit Deviation


1. Browse the Valentine Exchange category for the perfect deviation.

2. Send to fellow deviants by clicking the "Send Valentine" button on the deviation page!

❤ Send Valentine

Share The Love

Your friends will receive the deviation you send, along with your Valentine message, in their DeviantArt Notes.

Latest Valentine sent

Heart-Filled Hints

  • Deviations submitted to the Valentine’s Exchange category will be available for everyone to send. Avoid including specifics on your deviations - such as a deviant’s username, real name, etc.
  • Fallen in love with one of your previous designs? It’s okay! If you’ve included text suggesting it’s for a lover, you can change the design to look as though it were to a friend or from a secret admirer, and then resubmit it.
  • You can submit as many deviations to the category as you want.

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Happy Holidays from DeviantArt!

Sun Dec 24, 2017, 11:14 AM by Heidi:iconheidi:
‘Twas the night before Christmas,
When all through D.A.,
Dear Santy was browsing
(‘stead of filling his sleigh).

The deviants were nestled
All snug in their arts,
While visions of masterpieces
Danced in their hearts.

Back at his workshop,
There arose such a clatter,
Santa sprang from his desk chair
To see what was the matter.

An elf skidded into
Santa’s computer pavilion,
Shouting, “We’ve forgotten some gifts!
About 44 million!”

The jolly elf’s eyes
Grew three sizes that day.
“How could this happen?
There’s no room on the sleigh!”

“There’s that list you checked twice,
And then there’s the new one,
For people you wanted
To gift devious fun.”

Santa glanced at his smart watch --
Quarter till midnight it struck --
And said, “We still have some time,
With some magic and luck!”

Away they both flew
To the cavernous stables
Where nine reindeer live --
Or so say the fables.

The tales also tell
Of an ancient appliance
That spews Holiday Cheer.
(Santa’s way into science.)

Tucked into a corner,
By the back of the wall,
Santa threw down a lever,
Changing Christmas for all.

The Cheer never faltered,
But Santa’s hacked creation,
Now spewed forth something else --
Artistic Inspiration.

44 Million Deviants
The whole world around
Created and uploaded,
Imaginations Unbound!

For Santa’s great wish
Was for new items to enter
Your Watch and your Feedback
Of your Notifications Center!

If you’ve X’d all your Notifs
On this Christmas Eve so starry
Then this Journal shall be Santy’s gift to you.

With Inspiration delivered,
Santa’s night could begin,
Bringing arts, high-tech gadgets,
Empty notebooks for the win!

He sprang to his sleigh,
With his 9 reindeer mounts,
And away they all flew
(Like your future fave counts!)

The elf heard him exclaim --
Inspiration filling his heart --
“Happy Christmas to all,
And to all a good art!”

╰( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )つ──🎨*:・゚

–Creatively crafted by LaurenKitsune

Our sincere thanks ♥

At DeviantArt, we pride ourselves on being like no other place on the Internet.  Where else can you stunning fan artists alongside the best nature photographers in the world?  Or top comic book artists alongside the most talented storytellers of our generation?  

Click on any random deviation and see the kindness we bring to our comments.  Click any random Profile and see the love it receives.  Send a Note to one of our members and see the genuine response that comes back to you.  The most beautiful people in the world are artists, and they want to share their beauty and see what you have to offer, as well.  

As staff members, we’re honored to be able to bring DeviantArt to you, but more than that, we’re unbelievably humbled by the community who made it this way and continues to grow and nurture itself organically.  It's the spirit of the community that keeps DeviantArt alive and we thank you for choosing to spend your time with us.

Wishing you and yours health and happiness this holiday season!

~Heidi, and the entire DeviantArt Team

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LunaDude1996 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Last time I will ask this but do you guys care about stalking/harassment over fictional things? I would like an answer from one of you guys this time.

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Hello, my name is Kevin. First of all, I love your gallery. It has a little taste of everything. :D 
I would like to know how I can speak to a representative of DeviantART for a 
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I browsed with nostalgia some of the old HQ pages...  during 2012, for exemple, a month could have +10 journals when january 2018 got nothing at all... DA became really silent. I don't know if you guys are busy working on something or if you just lost the flame.
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