New mother nature design.

When we showed our story for the season changing puzzle game to our concept development lecturer, she suggested that we should make mother nature more native amarican, because the story is set in the west.
Again, this was done in inkscape. Generally, everyone seems to agree this Mother Nature looks better.

Production house: Huey Hedgehog

 

For our production house we made a game called Huey Hedgehog. The project wasn’t a succes due to the majority of the team not having the skills neccesary. The project got a 6 due to the art being so great. Of course, I did all the art.

The teachers were quite strict on this poster. They didn’t like my first one, so I was told to go back and make some different designs. Then when I came back with some thumbnails they were estatic. Mostly because I was apparantly the only student who actually seemed to know what thumbnails were, but I regress. They were even more estatic about the final product. Pity that the game didn’t actually get finished.

Study – Dude

 

A dude I drew a week ago in painttool sai. I wanted to try out someone with rather broad or muscular limbs.

Body-wise that went well, the face however is completely out of place. I didn’t pay too much attention to the feet or hands either.

I’m happy with the shadows and the weight of the person on the bed.

Tools: Painttool Sai 1.1, intuos 3 Painting size: A4, 300dpi.

Listen with the Heart

Ludology existensialistic lectures+KH obsession+Old comic book quote= This.

Basically, one of the old comicbooks I used to read, introduced me to the concept of listening with the heart.

Character 1: “You’re speaking a different language, yet I can understand you.”
Character 2: “That’s because I speak the language of the heart, a language that can be understood universally by all compassionate creatures.”

So yeah, the idea of understanding each other without using an in-between medium.

I got a new pen nib, and I had to get markers for school. And I figured I might as well try them out.

Tools: Copic Markers(Warm grey 1, 3, 5, and blender), Pen nib+oriental ink.

Canvas: Canson Bristol Board, A4-size.

Original posting date: 20th of january.