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A human has been driven by their neurosis/insanity to alter their body in an extreme way. They have added something (probably mechanical, but not necessarily so) which is out of proportion to the rest of their body, and is a manifestation of their 'problem'. This person adopts a Don Quixote type behaviour and ends up becoming either a hero or villain in their society.
*note- Kress will be away for about a month, so I'm not sure if we can do something for Feb. 10. I'll keep you posted.
cool topic :] im looking forward to seeing what comes of it.
I'll have you know Kress and I had a room full of chimpanzees working 24/7 over the holidays on this one. We're now waiting on someone in Hollywood to buy the script.
Stu and I had a 'chat' just before Christmas. He looked fine, I looked like an extra from 'Night of the Living Dead'.
Thought I'd throw a couple of 'thinking' sketches out there to get this started. Still developing things...
More devlopement-ish thingees..
Waiting...waiting for a mission. And for my sins, they'll give me one.
In limbo, so I thought I'd put up some more doodles.
Wonderful sketches! :eek:
Thanks guys. here are some more doodles. I know it appears that these are somewhat aimless, but what you're seeing is the process of me trying to figure this out. I'm not sure exactly where it's going either.
P.S.- I used an image I found on the net by Chad Micheal Ward for inspiration on the first.
i love how you show action and speed with your strokes.
I like where you're going with these, they're all so fresh.
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
Thanks guys. I actually did that last batch while talking on the phone. Kind of interesting what comes out when part of your brain is distracted.
I swear my best doodles as a kid were done in the margins of my school workbooks. The classes I liked least always had the best workbook doodles!
Beautiful sketching Mark, love the linework and the coloured backgounds.