The JIM suit was invented in 1969 by Mike Humphrey and Mike Borrow, partners in the English firm Underwater Marine Equipment Ltd (UMEL), assisted by Joseph Salim Peress. JIM is named after Jim Jarrett, Tritonia suit diver and Lusitania explorer.
There were three generations of Neufeldt-Kuhnke suit to work in deep waters. This one is from This third generation shell (produced between with a closed circuit breathing system was safe up to a depth of 525 feet m), and had a telephone!
The linework in this provides a great sense of direction and the different tones set the mood. I like the POV shots and the wide shots that set the location. Great detail on the faces too to convey emotion.
Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. This is very cool - the still photos match the storyboard drawings. Woman is nearly always central and gives a balanced picture plane, depicting some calm(Cool Designs To Draw)