>Here are some character designs for a Slave Trader that enslaves fish. It is part of a story about David Livingston whom, in this version is a fish exploring land. (these were taken using the Photobooth program on my MacbookPro)
>If anyone is reading this blog, A classmate of mine has just started a website at Http://www.goatspeak.squarespace.com
>Here are some prints that I have that I am selling at ACAD’s Winter Show and Sale.
>So it is now crunch time, show and sale is coming up this week and I have been making some new prints for the show. I also have completed both the pigeon and beaver ornaments. Here is the stages for the elephants and beaver.
Here is the finals
>So after priming the animals I started into painting them with some house paint that I have mixed. It is economical, but the covering power of the paint is a little lacking. I may just convert back to acrylics to gain that covering ability.
>An update as too the animals there 8 or 9 of these babies primed and ready for painting I am excited as to how these are going to turn out.
>Here is a rough colour animatic for a class that I just did. The initial concept was about conflict. The conflict here is between a hero and his sidekick. I went a little further and created a additional story and two levels of story.
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>So this is the next stage a small selection of the animals that I am working on. They are really simply cut out. The challenge was on the band saw and having a flat surface for the blocks to be cut from. So I decided to leave about 3/16′ at each cut to keep it together then use the sanding belt to grind down what I didn’t cut.