Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Sketching for Entertainment Portfolio

Here are some homework assignments I've done for my Sketching for Entertainment Class with Will Weston this spring term.

Prompt: "The Girl walks into her father's studio and sees the most beautiful kite"

I decided to set it around WWI in France, the studio belonging to an ex-pilot father

Prompt: "Gnome Restaurant"

 I decided on a western bar run by gnomes where they are visited by two thieving sisters that want to steal more than just lunch.

Prompt: "Kids shipwrecked on an island"

I did an island being inhabited by shipwrecked Japanese monk children, but the island turns out to be more than it seems.

Inventive Costume Drawings

These are my homework assignments done for Will Weston's Inventive Costume class.

The Prompt was "Two Teenagers at a costume party, both wearing two different time period clothing"

I decided to pick the early 19th century and the 20th century costumes.

The final product, a romantic meeting between two starving teenagers

Another Prompt: "Two bears dressed in 19th-20th century clothing" 

I did a couple loose sketches to get the general body language of bears as well as figure out
how to design the shapes of the two bears. 

I decided to base them off a Charles Gibson drawing of a couple on a boat surrounded by swans.

Final product, I don't know how dates are supposed to work