Monday, August 22, 2011

Color & Story


So now for the stuff I'm a little more proud of. All these images were done for a class called Color and Story. There were plenty of exercises to explore light and its effect on our perception of color, palette choices, contrasts of color, and mood and such.


This was a story told in three sequential panels at three different times of the day.

This image and the following three are from a semester long project that endeavored to flesh out key scenes, color scripts and characters from a given story. Our story was Howl's Moving Castle. Yes, I'm sure you've seen Miyazaki's adaptation, but we read the book! And these are a few scenes I took to paint. The first one is Howl using Calcifer to move the castle.

This is Sophie racing toward's the Witches fortress in the Waste to retrieve Lily Angorian.

And Sophie's first encounter with the Witch of the Waste!

Sophie returns Howl's heart.

My character lineup: Sophie, The Witch, Howl, and Calcifer!

4 comments:

chibiaion said...

Whoa, brilliant. The story amazingly fits in three story board. Also cool characters. buy aion accounts

Tim Robinson said...

Awesome work.

Tahnee said...

These are freakin' coool! BUT I WANT TO SEE THE LARGER VERSIONS, NOT THESE TINY DOWNSIZED ONES!

Anonymous said...

Sophie wearing the wizard-speed boots. Haha! Good job posting all these. I don't see any kitty skulls though.