Here’s an illustration done by Katy. Right now, I’m really teaching myself how the make pictures move in Flash. What’s being done is extremely simple, but it might be useful moving forward. I love the how the swamp was turned into a graphic proscenium effect.
Here’s a lush, and darkly beautiful painting of a swamp, done by Amanda. It’s one of the environments that Gerda will have to travel across to rescue Kai. This is Studio Remix, a collaboration with not just different illustrators in the class, but it’s also a collaboration of various disciplines. I had a few crow silhouettes laying around, and then I wondered what it would look...
After what felt like the first-of-what-was-really-the-second-day of class, I was incredibly impressed (and inspired) by the level of work that I received from the first assignment. As I mentioned before and will continue to many times over, we’re going to keep this process organic; if we knew what the production would turn out looking like at the end, then there would be no point in doing it...
There is the possibility that we will be able to animate some of our drawings. This is an example of a walk cycle mixed with a couple of personal (animation) projects that I layered together in Flash to create an experimental animation. It really didn’t take very long, and it’s interesting to see what you can create with a simple line drawing, as well as a luddite-to-beginner knowledge of...