So I won't waste your time with how busy I've been. I will say these past few weeks have been awesome and insane. Between having my first gallery show experience, to seeing an amazing lecture series by James Baxter, to designing characters for a Shane Prigmore and Shannon Tindle assignment, to animation for the first time in months...I've had plenty to keep me away form the internet, and my blog.
So, enough chit chat. It's art time!
I'm posting this since the sketch was the last thing I posted.
Gouache, on Bristol board:
I did my first real attempt at a maquette last semester. I decided to paint it over winter break. Her's a few pics. Sorry they aren't that great. I learned a lot with this project. I'm sort of glad I had so many problems with it because I learned more for the next time I sculpt. Not only that, but I really got a better sense of designing in three dimensions that I think has translated into my drawings. I did do a drawing fro this design first, but the sculpture actually turned out better. Please ignore the many cracks and glue globs.His name is scraps by the way. I'll probably have some tied down 2D designs of him in a few weeks. This isn't for my fillm this year by the way.
Film...ugh....that reminds me, I shouldn't be here...I should go work. Bye!!!