It’s been a while and I have been trying to keep this active but things need more time and focus and I had to prioritize myself in working efficiently and diligently.
Although I have few things to share I want to give you something cool I came across not long time ago. Maybe this can inspire some of you to look into.
I find these images very intriguing and there is a sense of authentic memory that reside within each and every photograph.
“To find a fault is easy; to do better may be difficult.” – Louis Nizer
Hopefully the internet connection won’t fail me this time.
Today I have been working and developing a sequence of test in relation to the development of my character Brice. Trying to keep a clean topology and a well formed structure to the anatomy is somewhat hard, but with some patience and calmness I’m getting there.
Somehow the topology got confused when I combined the two meshes and I could not properly manage it. To this I had to find a way to reface and patch the parts that were not working properly.
I will define and develop my topology and connect all the parts together, and hopefully I will then start developing a proper UV unwrap to start developing my project.
In this body of work I have research within the era of the 50’s and 60’s design concept. From visual graphic representations found within different mass media medium I was able to come across different interesting notions that have allowed me to further investigate and enhance my approach to this work.
As found in the following images I have investigated through different levels the production of this potential ‘Coraline’ Version.
Story Board :
Visual Process Development:
In this body of work I was able to acknowledge the focus upon which I would like my work to be directed in. This work is still under development and further investigation of the connection within such a chosen era will allow me to further understand the subject at hand.
Deeper understanding of the script will be developed within the chosen era. Different experimental outcomes will be investigated to further develop this work.