- Last Record: 2013-05-16 12:53:05 -1000
- Joined: Aug 30, 2010
These are the Characters from the Character Collab that I think that can be useful for any kind of Tiny Stories or Tiny Films!!! :)
Another character that i thought i would drop off into the hitrecord carehome.
I tried to recreate an aged pilot. He used to sale the skys but is now resigned to the ground. Drawn with a vacant look on his face. He's loosing what was once his and his alone, memories. The skys he once called 'home' and clouds he once called 'friend', are leaving him for greener pastures.
A slight departure from my usual style in the sense that this is a lot more messy than my usual work. Apologies for the epic fail at anatomy as I didn't use any reference for this due to the fact that I don't have any male friends with a spiffy suit in my vicinity and asking my work colleagues to pose for me is just plain awkward :P
I had this image in my mind ever since I read the original text a couple months ago. The first image that popped into my mind has a few more things in it but as I fear they may give away the identity of the mystery man, I decided to omit them. However I may revisit that idea and draw it out someday just so I can get rid of this "idea itch"... Also the original idea I had was to paint this with ink on watercolour paper but due to the fact that I live in a shoebox size room, I don't have the space necessary to mount + paint anything larger than A4 :( So I had to settle with imitating dry brush effect in Photoshop...
mr. fox done with pencils, pastels, & outlined with black colored pencil.
I noticed after posting this as a fox and people have seemed to like it...that my fox looks like a wolf and...looks like a fox. So I am adding this to the Little Red Riding Hood collab even if it is too late =4)
Join the party, the Robot Dance Party! - http://hitrecord.org/records/568056
*slash* my 30th birthday and New Years celebration ;^)
"Tick tock goes the clock..."
I was watching Doctor Who and suddenly got this idea of a humanoid thing made of clock parts. So even though I'm not much of a drawer/painter, I had to get this down on paper. It's hard to tell in the picture, but aside from his face obviously being a clock face and his "tie" being a pendulum, his fingers are minute and hour hands and his belt buckle and the buttons on his jacket and vest are clock gears.
I'd love to see better artists put up their own interpretations of clock people!