Tim Burton has a unique style and way of looking at the world.
Discuss this statement in relation to at least 2 of his works.
Father of monsters and burtonesque art; Tim Burton expresses ingenuity and individuality through his films.
Throughout his childhood, Burton was found to be an intriguing artist with bizarre ideas.
In terms of the narrative, Burton's films, at least from this time, tend to feature a protagonist that Brubaker calls the "heroic loner", which is quite a departure from the traditional underdog hero that was (and still is) popular in films in that Burton's heroes aren't lowly nerds that desire companionship or acceptance from others in their community.
His heroes are lowly nerds/goths/super crime fighters that are 100% happy with their lonely existence secluded from others.
It is with clever thought of the use of German expression in which Burton is able to be widely renowned as a very different director of film directing.
Characters with similar traits and lessons for the main character reappear in Tim Burton’s films, in addition, Burton tends to keep the same producing team (? This allows the familiarisation between Burton and the team, lessening the explanations and such of the layout, thoughts of the film he wants when in production.
As a well-known phrase, “memories define a person”, Tim Burton spent much of his time in his curtain-shut room and backyard nurturing his potential as a distinctive artist and film director.
Due to the occupying careers his parents led, Burton was left to develop his style later known as burtonesque, aspired by his childhood heroes Dr Seuss and Roald Dahl.