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Hi folks! Sorry for the lack of postings lately - finals week and all that.
Anyway, here’s the first pass at the character line up for my adaption of A Midsummer Night’s Dream for my Character Design final.
This is just a rough draft, but so far I like how it turned out so here ya go! 

Hi folks! Sorry for the lack of postings lately - finals week and all that.

Anyway, here’s the first pass at the character line up for my adaption of A Midsummer Night’s Dream for my Character Design final.

This is just a rough draft, but so far I like how it turned out so here ya go! 

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

crysart replied to your post: Welcome foolish mortals….. Haunted man…

AWESOME! Great job.

ah thank you so much Crystal!

Welcome foolish mortals…..
Haunted mansion in 3 point perspective for my layout class

Welcome foolish mortals…..

Haunted mansion in 3 point perspective for my layout class

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Puck Turnarounds

woooohooooo

Puck Turnarounds

woooohooooo

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Expression sheet for Puck

Expression sheet for Puck

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Here’s another Character Design assignment:
We were assigned to pick a film/tv show and design a character that would fit into that universe. I picked The Secret of Kells. 
For this character, I had to stretch the film’s story (and Celtic mythology) a little bit to create the story behind this one. Essentially, she is the personification of Crom Crauch, an Celtic pagan deity that represents darkness and human sacrifice. Crom Crauch is typically depicted as a snake (like in the film), but because Aisling is the spirit personification of the forest I thought it would be interesting to depict Crom Crauch in the same way. 
I used the snake-like characteristic in her face, eyes, and her hair. The tattoos on her body are Crom Crauch’s design in the film. She also has the Eye of Collum-Cille on her chest. The character designs in Kells are mostly very simple shapes, so I gave her a cloak to simplify her silhouette. 

Here’s another Character Design assignment:

We were assigned to pick a film/tv show and design a character that would fit into that universe. I picked The Secret of Kells

For this character, I had to stretch the film’s story (and Celtic mythology) a little bit to create the story behind this one. Essentially, she is the personification of Crom Crauch, an Celtic pagan deity that represents darkness and human sacrifice. Crom Crauch is typically depicted as a snake (like in the film), but because Aisling is the spirit personification of the forest I thought it would be interesting to depict Crom Crauch in the same way. 

I used the snake-like characteristic in her face, eyes, and her hair. The tattoos on her body are Crom Crauch’s design in the film. She also has the Eye of Collum-Cille on her chest. The character designs in Kells are mostly very simple shapes, so I gave her a cloak to simplify her silhouette. 

Thursday, February 13, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014

These are both assignments for my Character Design class in which we’re creating characters (obviously) for an original or adapted story. I’m doing A Midsummer Night’s Dream set in the Summer of Love (1969).

Top: My protagonist, Puck.
Bottom: My antagonist, Oberon 

I’m not set on these designs just yet. In fact, I haven’t had a chance to revise my Puck design since critiques. 
But I think I’m going to start using this blog to keep track of my progress on school and personal work :)

(also, critiques are totally welcome)

emilythebravee:

Journey to the Past-ing so hardcore right now.

emilythebravee:

Journey to the Past-ing so hardcore right now.

 
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