Here is work on the railway and abandoned building task:
This is first angle for the abandoned building and Railway and the actual sketch has come out nicely the perspective is c;ear and none of the building or rail seems to actually be out of perspective. The narrative of the image is clear to understand due to the state of the design of the building and the actual positioning of both the doors and windows has been taken into consideration.
Another angle of the same building and straight away a few things are of with this image first the perspective for the size of the building is off ever so slightly making the building appear a lot thinner then it actually is and second of all I forgot the lampposts, as well as another door but still the perspective of the rail appears ok, except for the boards on the rail aren’t shrinking near the Perspective point.
This time the rails on this angle appear to be shrinking and the building is back to the correct thickness but yet again I forgot the lampposts but they wouldn’t be as easy to see this time.
Here is another attempt at life drawing:
An Attempt at drawing one of my Classmates during a session about perspective and anatomy. I think this is one of the best life drawings that I have done so far due to the fact that I have captured him perfectly in 3D. All of his feature are unique and appear like the original, though it may still seem a bit cartoonish, my concept of life drawing is appearing to be getting better.
Here are some of my early attempts at Perspective Drawings, we were told by our tutor Gareth to work on our perspective drawings for future work:
My first attempt at One Point Perspective since my A level and GCSE Graphic Design Classes. This first attempt has come out looking quite good. The rails and the rest of the track as well as the Phone lines have come out in very good perspective and do not appear to be looking of that badly only slightly notice able with the phone wire poles.
Another attempt at perspective but this time focusing on a street. This worked and didn’t work, it work in a sense with the lower half of the buildings and the main part of the street but for some reason when I got to the upper part of the buildings the perspective seemed to go weird, I think that for higher buildings two point might be a better choice.
These perspective drawings where all attempts at Two Point Perspective so I used quadrilateral based shapes to help me and they all came out decent looking and in perspective.
Here are some of the exercises I did for the anatomy of the human head from the Book my tutor suggested called Dynamic Anatomy by Burne Hogarth:
Theses images are my own attempts at Burne Hogarth’s Dynamic Anatomy Exercises for the head of a human, the first attempt of the back head came out look decent I tried the front of the head I then started to have problems with that but I am attempting to the front again. I think the reason why the front of the head went wrong compered to the back of the head is that due to the fact that back of the head has less features to account for it was some what easier to put in the correct perspective but cause the front has a lot more features it was harder to put in the proper perspective. So I have to work on that next time and keep an eye out for it in the future.
Here are some more of my attempts at self portraits:
These images are some of my attempts at 3D Self Portraits and as you can see there is a huge increase in realism since I focused more on the 3D section of the drawings and that I took some tips from My Tutor Gareth with some help from a book he mentioned helped him greatly when he was studying his animation course. The images gradually develop more and more as the they go a long the first one still looks quite cartoon as does the second one but the final one looks more realistic. I admit I still have to make tweak her and there theses skills such as try get the ear lower and maybe not as big as well as try to get the hair looking more realistic.
Here are some of my first attempts of Self Portraits:
Theses drawings are all right for a first attempt but they do not look that realistic due to the fact that most of them are only appearing in a 2D form while proper self portraits are often 3D in some way to bring out a more realistic feel to the images. My self portraits due to the 2D aspect come out looking more cartoonish then anything else which is good if I want to make an animated series I suppose. Some of the images look slight different due to the fact that when I was drawing them I was wearing my headset.
Here is finished version of the Food Vendor Awesome Alps Food:
The colours that were chosen for this project work well with the theme/Narrative of the Food Vendor and help bring the project to life. The angles for the perspective came out look very well done on most of the final image only a few are slightly off but not noticeable unless you are looking for them. My trees need working on but the image still looks very good when it looked at. I am quite happy with my Awesome Alps Food Food Vendor.