Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Oh my Wild Woman, all is well.

Even MOOORE developmental stuff. Trying to open her mouth/ give her not simply seductive looks, since we need to get over that part of her. Yes-- she is inherently supposed to be sexual. But gosh darn it if she doesn't have a personality to boot! (I think I'm funny sometimes)

I'm still having fun with that hair. Although I will admit drawing in blue and making "happy" images was hard to do. She kept on wanting to be depressed, dangit.

The colors I animate in influence the moods of my characters.  Hmmmm....

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

More Wild Woman

With this film I've been really interested in and pulling inspiration from Rackham, Dulac, and Gustav Klimt. I'm thinking of ways of working/ replicating the gold foil-look in animation/ visuals in the animation. Paint on glass is a large possibility, working both with the female and the bear. I'm also trying to seperate from the story a little bit, to allow myself to actually make it a better piece, even if it means giving up on lovable characters (ie- characters that I love)

Monday, October 11, 2010

Life Drawer-ings

 I'm digging it.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

More of the Wild Woman

Some doodlin's. Her hair has been really fun for me, just thinking about this huge graphic and trying to capture her mood/personality with it. The foxes are providing a much more difficult time to design, but yes. Still nude. I'd rather her nude, it feels more natural-- though I expect arguments to ensue in the future class-wise. Who knows?  WOOSH-- back to drawings.