Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
Monday, November 19, 2012
So here are some silhouettes of Red. I wanted to give the whole project a 1940s feel and I looked into Earl Oliver Hurst's work and Pete Hawley's work as well (check them out because they're so awesome).
I can't find the final fort piece right now, but I'll post that later.
Upon further inspection, I felt that Charlie got a little lost in that last design. The tree and the background overall were too overpowering. And his sense of character was not as clear as it should have been, so I added the texture to his shirt and made it brighter to pull the focus towards him and off of me. The pirate boots, treasure map, dusty coat, and lasso were just some fun added extras.
Well, hello there.
Greetings and welcome to my blog - a place where I can share where I've been and what I'm doing with my art. Feel free to ask me anything and hey, check out my website while you're at it!
Oh hey, this is a pastel study I drew of myself. Don't I look fabulous?