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Tag Archives: Figure and Motion
This is the first complete animation I have done for awhile. The goal in movement was to have a biped morph to another form. While my first idea was to simply have a figure transform, I wanted it to seem natural, yet … Continue reading
Thomas Guile -Earth 2200 A.D. -Originally from rural area -science fiction theme -Advanced technology but vintage styles, Earth has become more unified and war is a rarity, the planet has begun to focus on space exploration and trades in … Continue reading
Name: Major Tom Guile Age: 35 Occupation: Major in Planet Earths Interstellar Armada and in of command of the Ship U.S.S. Pleiades. Soon to be father. Plot line: Human beings have mentally evolved into a peaceful race. Earth has become a unified … Continue reading
This is the outline image for my skeleton within project. The original image is “Moonlight” by Erte. In the complete piece, the body will be entirely skeletal while preserving the aspects of the original work.
Unlike the previous gesture drawings which had a consistent line and weight for their entirety, these were done with changing pressure and thickness to the lines to better understand the depth of the face.
Erte. Moonlight. N.d. Illustration. Private Collection. Magritte, Rene. Son of Man. 1964. Oil on Canvas. Private Collection. Toyohara, Chikanobu. Guard Ladies of the Chiyoda Palace. 1892. Woodblock Print. Private Collection.
These are the finished products of my ink caricature portrait. One was done in photoshop, while the other was dones using watercolors. I used very soft, natural colors in each, to better represent a softness to my personality. There … Continue reading
Like the profile studies, the ten frontal facial studies were done to better understand the variation and spacing of different peoples faces.
Unlike the previous blind contour studies, while drawing these I quickly looked, at most, three times at what I was drawing to visually reposition myself, creating a slightly less abstract image.
These are the concepts and final ink design for my caricature I enlarged my cheeks and eyes, while keeping my mouth small to not only add a cartoonish style to the piece but to also interpret my personality traits as … Continue reading
This was a study of fellow students facial profiles and their variations. The lines identify what I believe to be important measurement and angle variation of each person.
As part of a ongoing class study of bones and muscle structure, the first assignment was to draw and label the bone and muscle features of the human skull. The skull was slightly skewed, so the right side looks … Continue reading
Each sketch was done in a continuos line and without looking at the paper while sketching. The goal of this exercise was to practice coordination with what is seen and what is drawn. The wire image was created from one of the more detailed contour sketches … Continue reading