A compilation of some of my 2D artwork from this year. I did not get to spend as much time drawing digitally as I would have liked but I think I have learned and have some good design work regardless.
I started off with a rough concept and a simple maya model which was quickly autorigged for use in previs. I then brought the basic mesh into ZBrush as the basis for my sculpt. It took me a while to get used to using ZBrush but once I did I really enjoyed it, especially… Continue reading Mash Mob Project – Character Modelling
After showing our scripts to Jude he has asked us to focus on visual development and the look of both the 3D scenes in the doctor’s office and the more experimental 2D dream sequence. Jude also suggested that we try and divide up the work so that one person will have more control over one… Continue reading Mash Mob Trailer Project – Visual development and character design
I was worried that I was rusty at life drawing, but I got back into the swing of things OK. We then drew our own character designs using Robert’s 5 minute poses as reference. I’m glad we were drawing him as he has a strong masculine build which was easy to adapt to my character. I… Continue reading Life Drawing 27/4/17 – Thinking outside the Box
I was having difficulty with the character design I was using in these posts – although the proportions and masculine shapes made the design easy to adapt Robert’s poses in life drawing class, the design is overall kind of unwieldy and gave me a lot of trouble when it came to demonstrating animation principles. Even drawing a simple… Continue reading Life Drawing Work Week 10 – Character Design and the 12 Principles of Animation
Pinocchio Head Rotation Homework: Pinocchio’s Character Model Sheets – An extra design sheet I looked up, featuring a slightly older version of Pinocchio’s design which was helpful in drawing the rotation nonetheless: Some other model sheets we were given to look at- design sheets from Disney’s Hercules, short films such as Presto and PaperMan, as… Continue reading Life Drawing Work Week 2 – A Model Student
Now for the actual focus of this week: Tonality and Composition! When going into this topic I feel that everyone in my group had a pretty solid idea of what our world looks and feels like. Nonetheless at the start of the week we discussed possible inspirations for us to refer to, which Charlotte has… Continue reading Week 3 – Part 2: Tonality and Composition