For our fourth project in Ryan's character design class we had to character ourselves in a variety of different expressions. We had to include happy, sad, frightened, psycho, and confused. I also drew one without expression for a starting reference. Whadaya think?
Everyone in class referred to the last one as "the gay one." I was going for "confused." I guess "sexually confused" still counts. Right?
For our fourth project in character design we had to caricature celebrities. I went a little more obscure than Ryan wanted us to but I think most of the class recognized who I was drawing. Can you tell? If not, then I screwed up. I think I definitely could have done better on the first image here. I might post a revision sometime.
For this project we were to sketch clouds, trees, and rocks, for the purpose of learning the natural design flow found in nature. We were then supposed to take the natural design elements found in each of those things and incorporate them into two character designs of our own. I was looking at the curves of bonsai trees and I kept visualizing serpents. So I drew a snake. With this drawing however, I failed to incorporate the elements of nature to the degree Ryan wanted to see them displayed in this project.
This guy is a pebble-businessman. He is about to miss his bus.
This is my final for Intro to 3D Animation taught by Brent Adams in the Winter semester of 2010 at BYU. We were to model, rig, and animate something. It was my first time rigging and it was annoying but I learned a lot from it and I would do a lot of things differently if I were start over now. But that's always the case. I'm happy with how it came out for the most part.
Just so you folks know, I've started a web comic strip. It will mostly be single-panel comics about a young man named Elroy and his over-enthusiasm for life. I don't know where the strip is headed but I am thoroughly enjoying producing it! I hope you laugh (let me know what you think).