|Some more sketches, looking at shading and |
I think this project was successful for me because I paid attention to my technique, and it was large and complex enough to hold my interest for a long amount of time. I think five days? There are some things that I don't like about it, but overall, I think it turned out really well and is most definitely one of my better pieces this semester.
I appreciate the warm undertones that the red paper gave my mice, but they are not under a red light? I just really like the color red for prisma colors. So, since changing the technique that gives a lot of this piece its individualism, I would change the paper in the background to a brown or orange. Yellow might not have gone so well with the blue. I would also have liked to look at Dean's proportions a little more; I don't know what I can do now, but she still looks a little cartoonish to me. Of course, I might want to make not to use more unrealistic colors all over the picture in the future, so I don't have just one section that stands out as really miscolored, but I don't think the effect is too terrible here.
I really appreciated working on this drawing, and it had given me new understanding of prisma colors. Though there were things that I would change, this picture definitely has its strengths. I will post the final soon.
|Final, day 2.2|
|Final, day 3|
|Final, day 3.2|
|Close and personal with Final, day 4|
|Final, day 5|
|Final, day please let this stop|
|Final, almost done!|