and eating chocolate, and watching a good documentary on Annie Leibovitz (yeah... I had to look up the spelling), and posting some projects from my illustration class, and everything else BUT studying for a midterm tonight.
anyways, beginning with project 1, which was to morph a classmate (and ideally a friend) into a character based on personality (moreso than appearance). so here is my friend-turned-snarling sailor. and ... she is still my friend.now... my storyboard for The Graduate (Dustin Hoffman... 1960s... you know the one). rapscallion Ben enters the church while the girl he loves (daughter of Mrs. Robinson) is marrying a spinoff named Carl. while drawing possibly life-ruining amounts of attention to himself, Mrs. Robinson gives a 'triumphant smile' (says the script). i like that...
and the latest project, in the stream of character design, to create a concept for our final project, which is a graphic novel.
blind string bean bellyflop jean, although that name should be shorter.
when you are an adult you no longer have to go out on a cold night and beg for candy... rather, it stares at you from your kitchen table instead.
a few of us acad students are in a show called Nightmares at Uppercase Gallery in downtown Calgary. it is a really exciting and unexpected opportunity. a post specifically about our submissions can be read here. Thanks!
here is another nightmare. a shock-infused poster on meth- geared towards high school students.
and on the lighter side, a pending character for my figure illustration class. inspirations.. delta blues. howlin' wolf. blind lemon jefferson.
so what's been going on? here i am working on a storyboarding project- the final scene of the graduate, fun! hence why my models are mumbling simon and garfunkel lyrics.