Wednesday, January 25, 2006


This is an exercise i did tonight in Steve Silver's character design class. We had the real photograph that we bacame familiar with then we put that photograph and the drawing we did while looking at that photograph away. We then were instructed to create characters based on the distinguishing features we remembered from that photograph.
This was a great exercise and i had a lot of fun doing it . expect to see a lot more of these. The last set was after Steve told me to push the shapes more and i think it was the most successful.


Dave James said...

Nice stuff Justin!

You got skills. Look forward to seeing more.

I live in the OC. Wish I had time to take Silver's class.


St John Street said...

Love the variety of faces here!!! thanks for the kind words!!!

Bixby Snipes said...

Dig your shapes!

Nice style going on here

St John Street said...

thanks for the kind words and keep up the work bro

Mark McDonnell said...

GREAT pushes man. Love to see the thought process.


RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

These are fun! I took Mr.s Silver's calss myself a year or so ago and my drawings improved immeasurably.
I'm going to keep checking THIS blog to watch the process happen to you!

Cedric said...

Great work! Thanks for posting Silver's tip. Sounds like a great exercise I've got to try.

Kanokadafi said...

man I wish i could take a steven silver class, these look great bye the way!

Hans said...

Hey Justin,

Awesome stuff! Very strong character designs.


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