So first of all, here are my two page submissions to the Seneca AAC Art Book for 2010. I wanted to put something else in there, but I could not find it, which sucked. I would have loved to put my creature in there too, but I accidentally overwrote on the original file, and so it got lost. Never again will I do that.
Next, here is a character design assignment I finished recently. It's about putting in a skeleton on an existing character, and for my character I chose Crash Bandicoot. I took a hi-res image from Google, and then I drew a skeleton based on its proportions. Crash Bandicoot is not my character, but the skeleton is an original creation of mine.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Friday, March 12, 2010
Here are some skeletal Studies I did for first semester. The most important project for me is the pelvis rotation. I always go back to it for reference. My lines are very mechanical, and therefore I need to work on it and give it more feel. I don't understand lines as off yet, but I know how to draw straight neat lines, but not expressive ones.