Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Friday, October 26, 2012

Animated TurnAround

One cool thing I've seen upperclassmen here at Ringling do is upload animated process/pass gifs of their illustrations.  I don't have any passes recorded like theirs, but I thought I'd get in a similar spirit and take an older model sheet I made from the beginning of the summer and edit it into an animated turnaround.  The feet are a little twitchy, but overall I'm surprised I was able to keep its form and structure consistent enough back then since that's a bigger struggle of mine.

Tylermon, Digivolve to...

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Presentation Epiphanies: Invented Car Design

First part of another perspective assignment where we had to design a futuristic car.  While drawing these, I had a spontaneous epiphany that instead of just showing my ideas to the teacher as they were in my sketchbook, I approached it by composing it into more of a design spreadsheet.  I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier, but I should be approaching ALL of my assignments in this more professional, extra-mile manner like this.  Think of the teacher as if he/she were the boss of my dream job and not just another teacher...

AKA When America didn't think it's American enough

On another note, I think one of my creative niches revolves around imagining the most ridiculous, impractical concepts and trying to make them practical

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Force: Dynamic Life Drawing excerpt

Fear kills passion.

Pay attention to your internal dialogue.  It will reveal your fears.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

City Scape

As promised, I've been posting much more irregularly.  We've been working a lot with traditional media so it kind of parlyzes my creative groove scanning / photographing my stuffs for documenting.

But anywho, here's my one-point cityscape for our perspective class.  I've been sort of in a blank mindset for the past few days, so I might come back and dump the thoughts and epiphanies I was able to reap while doing this assignment.

Long ago, in the snowy mountains of Nepal, the Gods bestowed an oasis as a gift for lost travelers.  In return, the people built a city around this oasis as a beacon of sanctuary.