Topic: Crockery Set
Background: This round is a sort of follow-up of the Cutlery round a from a while ago: IDW #55: Cutlery. Since that topic was rather succesful in its outcome, and since we haven't had a more down-to-earth topic in IDW for a while now I thought it might be a good idea.
There are a few things to consider here. First of all, with crockery I mean stuff like plates, bowl and the like. You are allowed to include more than just that, like cutlery or other items you would like to add, but this is not necessary. Also, you can make them out of any material you like. I know most are made out of ceramics, but plastics, metals or woods are allowed too.
Secondly, the brief is rather open, but the request for you is to tighten it down for yourself before going into rendering too soon. Define a culture or time period or style that your crockery has to convey, and design and draw to make if fit with that choice. In fact, it might be good to mention it in a post in here to see if others are doing the same.
Also, again, we're talking about a set of items. Giving each piece an individual character is allowed, but I'd advice to try and bind the items together with a style or design language. Defining the previous point might be a great help for that.
Lastely, you'll need to include more than one item in your final image. Three would usually do, doing more is encouraged of course. Doing them in ortho's rather than in a single rendering is allowed, that's up to you.
1. Design and draw a crockery set, meaning more than one piece of the same set.
2. Chose a specific time period, style and/or culture for which you're going to design it for before you start rendering them!
3. That's it... now draw!
Deadline: Wednesday, February 25
Post your final entries here: Finals Thread