We here at Screen Rant sometimes like to wait a moment before jumping on certain blogosphere bandwagons - a recent example being the half-composed images of a mech power suit that was allegedly part of James Cameron's top secret 3D sci-fi epic, Avatar.
Well, good things do indeed come to those who wait: Instead of some grainy half-pic, we've go not one, but two new Avatar images - official concept art images - courtesy of Market Saw. One of the images is the aforementioned mech suit, in all its mechanized glory this time; the other is a futuristic aircraft.
Here are the two concept art images (Click on either one for a larger version)
The concept art looks cool enough, however I'm really itching to see these wonderful pieces of equipment rendered in the photorealistic 3-D imagery technology that Cameron has invented for Avatar. That's really going to be the measure of how excited I get for this film. At this point, not even a trailer is going to be enough to outpace the massive hype surrounding the film. Gotta see that 3-D tech in action. Got to.
On a side note, these two images are taken from the upcoming book The Art of Avatar: James Cameron's Epic Adventure, which fans of the film (or innovative film-making in general) can pre-order for themselves by going here.
Are you digging the Avatar concept art, or do you too need to see more (a trailer, a trailer in 3-D) to get you excited about the film?
Avatar is currently slated to hit theaters on December 18, 2009.
Source: Market Saw