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For my 1500th post, have vague storyboards for the Fat Bat story…done all pretty like because they have to be presented.  There are a few boards that probably need to be added to this sequence, but it works for now.  Hopefully rest of team did their boards so we can actually start modelling and animating and getting this thing done.

So. for my group animation, we’re doing the story of Fat Bat…who was, well, too fat to fly. So he tries ridiculous things before settling in on deciding to exercise.  He goes a little overboard and ends up too buff (and without enough wing tone) to fly anyways. My question is, which character set do you like better? The more normal (A) bats? Or the gumdrop (B) bats?

Have been in an archery mood (rather than the traditional samurai that I’ve been trying to draw). Maybe this will be the year I make a pair of hakama…

Went mythical/anthropomorphic for two of the weekly sketches/concept art for class.  Also got a little carried away with colouring and what not.

The composition of the Merpeople isn’t so nice, but eh.  We’ll also see if Professor calls me out on not using a human body reference for the Caribou girl (whom I love. alot.)

I have one more sketch set to do for Midterm.  Not really sure what to do. Any ideas?

"Sketch" for weekly sketch/concept art for class. I realise I don’t tend to draw a lot of movement. Guess this also sort of a step by step to how I do this sort of work…

Also debating whether I want to do straight shots of them for character reference type things.  I guess that could be another sketch.

"Sketch" for weekly sketch/concept art for class. I realise I don’t tend to draw a lot of movement. Guess this also sort of a step by step to how I do this sort of work…

Also debating whether I want to do straight shots of them for character reference type things.  I guess that could be another sketch.

A week behind on sketch sheets…so this is a little less crowded than the last two while I play catch up.  I looked at 1450 Italian fashion and weaponry this week. I hate armour, but I thought it would be a good thing to draw to help better myself and broaden what I do like drawing.
Decided that, since he told us we should start thinking of sketches as concept art, I’d make an obvious female companion from the same era, only added some armour to her. Then bust sketches, because, yeah.  Is dude the person in the armour? idk…but maybe one day I’ll flesh out their story.

A week behind on sketch sheets…so this is a little less crowded than the last two while I play catch up.  I looked at 1450 Italian fashion and weaponry this week. I hate armour, but I thought it would be a good thing to draw to help better myself and broaden what I do like drawing.

Decided that, since he told us we should start thinking of sketches as concept art, I’d make an obvious female companion from the same era, only added some armour to her. Then bust sketches, because, yeah.  Is dude the person in the armour? idk…but maybe one day I’ll flesh out their story.

Parts of this week’s sketch sheet.  Decided to do armour. Based it in 1450s Italy, then made female companion-ey piece (though, I guess the armour suit could be a woman, the gait and crotch are a bit off for that, though…) that also adheres to timeline (from clothing, to hairline, to hat, to sword…armour on her, not so much, but bleh).

Dude’s left arm is way off.

Here were my submissions (badge and program) for Mizuumi-Con.  

They didn’t win, but I really like them. I guess onto art for San Japan.

I had to sketch bugs for homework…hoping that this is what Professor wants.  He said sketches, syllabus says sketches/drawings…but both terms are entirely subjective…and I hope he honours his saying that doing it on the computer rather than a sketch book was okay…

I had to sketch bugs for homework…hoping that this is what Professor wants.  He said sketches, syllabus says sketches/drawings…but both terms are entirely subjective…and I hope he honours his saying that doing it on the computer rather than a sketch book was okay…

Another one finished. Two more left. And still have to tackle the program cover submission…

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