Monthly Archives: November 2015

Life Drawing: October and November

Life drawing is not my forte. Not only have I never taken drawing classes, let alone drawing people, but I’ve also never consciously tried to capture “life force” in my artworks before. So it’s basically completely different to anything I’ve done before. … Continue reading

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And now, for something completely different…

After the last couple classes on character building, in which some pretty interesting, unique, “three dimensional” characters emerged out of little 15-minute drawing/writing exercises, I’ve started questioning my construction of Chavez. He’s a bit predictable, a bit deja-vu. He doesn’t seem to … Continue reading

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Chavez the Ventriloquist

Over the coming weeks we will be designing a circus-type character (and I imagine there will eventually be some animating as well in the long run). After a couple minutes on google images and Wikipedia’s list of circus skills, I … Continue reading

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Character Analysis of “Fluffkin”

The small, seemingly aimless bouncing creature hitherto referred to as “Fluffkin” deserves greater acknowledgment. Though Fluffkin may appear a bit… well, two-dimensional, various factors contribute to the formation of her character. Her apparent lack of motive, combined with the effortless of … Continue reading

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