Sunday, September 28, 2008

Storyboarding and Such

Here are my first two assignments for Storyboarding. The first was to design a character and have them walk through a door in a way that communicates their character. So I used Blank.
And here are the boards.
The second assignment was a single panel comic. There were almost no criteria for this assignment. It was very broad. So I decided to make mine angsty instead of funny.
And here are the sketches for both assignments. And a bear.

Oh, and I colored this.
And drew all these things.
Stephanie stretches funny.
I've been kinda into bears lately.
And magical Pronghorn... of destiny.
And there were sheep down in Mapleton on the way to the Animation party. So we had to pull over and draw them. That's Claire with her hips all skewed funny.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Hogle Zoo

Yesterday, Claire, Stephanie, Pando, and I had a magical sketch adventure. (Aren't you just so proud of us, Anthony?) With the help of some direction by Jake, we were able to find the Barnes and Noble where they sell spiffing recycled paper sketchbooks. I may never settle for a normal sketchbook again. And what better way to start off a new sketchbook than with a thrilling day at the zoo? Hooray! It was so much fun.

It was a fabulous day indeed. Expect more of this in the future.

The Sketch Dump Continues

School started.

My New Testament and Bible as Literature professor, Brother Swift. And a waffle giraffe.
Our storyboarding textbook makes repeated references to the magical land of "screen world," which it defines as the apparent space within a screen. It then defines a screen as any blocked off surface upon which a picture is displayed, meaning that posters, sketchbook pages, and photographs are screens as well as TVs and computers. So Stephanie and I reasoned that if you put your hands up and create a box with your fingers like it shows on the cover of our textbook, that you are, in a way, creating a portal into screen world. The concept is truly magical.

My new look.
And these are my sketches from Regional Conference. One of the speakers, President Monson's daugher, Sister Dibb, was far too happy to be there. But it was still a great meeting.

Every time I go to Bio 100, I just stare at my professor's teeth. It's very distracting.
My first ever attempt at drawing Iron Man. I'm gonna have to try again.
Some of my designs (all except the Iron Man) for the infamous teapot assignment in Intro to 3D Graphics.