This is the second character from the story. I don’t really know what his personality is going to be like; I’m trying to figure that out in the storyboards right now. I love how organic the storyboards are coming out. I have no idea how it’s going to end.
I’ll be posting a few concept paintings soon, so I’ll keep you guys posted.
Hi EVERYBODYYYY!! I’m back! Well, sort of…. I’ve been so insanely occupied with making a good portfolio that I haven’t had any time to think about what to post on the blog. You see, reader, I’ve been developing a story; a story about childhood in the suburbs. that’s all I want to give out for now. I’m in quite a production process right now. But here’s one of the characters!
Jane Eyre has to be my favorite literary character. I love the younger Jane (before she met Rochester) because she brought all the things I was feeling at the time (and perhaps now also) on to the surface.
After looking at the previous painting for a while and seeing that there were some proportion problems, I decided to fix it. However, I do know I like the expression on the first one more.
The final narrative piece in the Dublin series. This is when the two boys are getting back onto the ferry after their day of miching. I’ve exaggerated the size of the ferry to give it its mammoth presence seen through from the POV of the boys. I also wanted a dream-like effect for the piece ’cause (as with most joyce’s stories) the short story had a lucid feel to it. The fog was my touch, too. It was accidental, and I like it.