In this assignment, we had to design cartooned versions of the characters in the movie The Princess Bride.
Here are my silhouettes for Princess Buttercup.
(If the action of the gesture is still readable in silhouette form, then it is a good, well developed character design)
Earlier this month I did an illustration for my school’s magazine. The theme was “fresh” and all of the illustrators did their interpretation of it. I also wanted to depict “fresh” in more ways than just nature and spring and came up with a guy bathing in a sea of car fresheners lol Can’t get more fresh than that.
Misadventures of Lady Luck
My three paged final for my Materials and Techniques class. Basically, we just had to create two characters and have them resolve a conflict. The real objective, however, was to use all three tools we learned over the course of the quarter (nib pen, pitt pen, and brush).
8.5 x 11????
We received this picture of Ned Stark to use as reference for an assignment using only a brush. Another objective of the assignment was to create a believable environment in two point perspective (which was easy for me because of the snow.)
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life is always good!
Rough sketching for my next project.
I’m going to post the full sheet of this tomorrow when I wake up.
Been working on character designs all this week. So be ready to see some things from me in the next few days :)
UPDATE: actually, for qualitative purposes, I’m going to wait until I have access to a bigger scanner to upload my 11X17 sheets
another teaser of my current project :)
also introducing a possible final design for Julian St. James.
I’m playing around with more color in this one.
Thanks again for the support guys :)