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Teen Challenge 104: Corrupted
This weeks topic is corrupted. Corruption when used as an adjective literally means "utterly broken". I want your piece to reflect this.
You're allowed to choose what kind of corruption, be it moral perversion, depravity, putrefactive decay, rottenness.
Anything goes, characters, places, ideas, food, beasties whatever. Just make sure it is corrupted.
Go for it.
This weeks focus is story. I want to see the character's/place's/creature's/beastie's/whatever's story.
I dont just want a trashed building complex and be like, yeah, that's corrupted.
I want to study the piece and find hidden clues.
I want to be able to make up an interesting story in my head.
You don't have to paint it in there in big red letters, subtlety goes a long way. Tiny hints. Things that makes me go "hmm".
Deadline is Sunday 6th of February, 23:59 GMT
You've got a week from now, get working!
Here are a few concepts below. It's an execution, and yes, the executioner is a little girl. Corruption of innocence :o
She is a the lead female protagonist of my story who endures a dark and abusive childhood due to the horrific magic she possesses. I'll supply more backstory if and when I finish this.
I think I like #3 best.
Last edited by l'Aria; February 5th, 2011 at 07:42 PM.
I really need to start practicing digital painting more, so i'm in. Heres my wip.
Sorry, I'm a newbie.... I feel weird posting this prelim sketch for my WIP when everyone does value sketches for their composition....
Well, here's my prelim sketch anyway.
Keep up the good work guys and gals!
The tightened lines.
Background ideas are like "Nooooooooooooooooooooooo, we're avoiding you."
Last edited by mage116; February 5th, 2011 at 09:16 PM.