A project for my Props, Environments, and Structures class last quarter. I had to design a vehicle so as to fit into the visual aesthetic of an existing franchise. I made a Goa’uld ship from the show “Stargate SG-1.” The real Goa’uld ships all have an Egyptian aesthetic, and have aspects of bugs (beetles/scarabs, really) and other Egyptian animals. I decided my ship would be a cargo-type ship of the crocodile-headed god Sobek. I think it ended up looking like a cross between a crocodile, a bug, and a duck.
A 90-minute sketch challenge from class last week. The topic was “The Hobbit.” I wanted it to be a sort of collage image, with the background being all sketchy, but towards the end I tried to pull some darker lines into the background to match the foreground, and that sort of killed it. Inked with my Kuretake brush pen and a bit of Hi-Tec C.
Here’s a 90-minute timed sketch challenge from SEQA club (The Temple of Cartoon Mojo) this past week. We draw whatever topic is pulled out of the jar that week. I wasn’t planning on participating, since I had a lot of homework to do, but since Sailor Moon (this week’s topic) was such a pivotal part of my young artist days that I decided I had to contribute something.
Hi folks! Don’t freak out that my old site is gone, and Muse is nowhere to be found. I’m overhauling the website, so everything’s under construction for the time being. It’ll all be back up soon.