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media: (above) combination of traditional and digital - preliminaries primarily done traditionally with red and blue sketching pencils
The Leaky Cabin
Wanted to do an isometric environment. I love cabins and woodsy, bayou-like places and decided to do my own version. Done in Photoshop.
Hansel and Gretel Character Sketches
Quick character sketches and some poses and emotion thumbnails of Gretel. I wanted to reimagine Hansel and Gretel as post-apocalyptic 1950s/60s. Done in Photoshop.
Burn the Witch
Scene concept of Gretel pushing the witch in the oven instead! Done in Photoshop.
Dad Pointing Out the City Ahead
As if the Dad joined them on their journey in the original story. The kids never would've encountered so many obstacles and near death experiences. Roughs done in Photoshop.
A little concept of a geisha outcast. I wanted to experiment with the horizon line. Done in Photoshop.
Petunia the Scroungy
Petunia is a bit of a nomad. She lives in a post-apocalyptic world, and has been relying on her engineering skills to get by. She has constructed her own solar panels and fortunately stumbled upon a Geiger counter. Done in Photoshop.
A little family of roller derby, barbarians, you know the usual sorts! Grandma is the coach, Dad is a bit of a wimp, Mom is the MVP and the kid is a bit of a dweeb but she is trying to take after her mom. Done in Photoshop.
Wanda and her whacky arms...I wanted to mess around with proportions and do my attempt at an Al Hirschfeld style. Done in Photoshop primarily.
The Great Pyramid
Wanted to do a quick concept of looking down from atop one of the pyramids. Done in Photoshop.
A Play on Noah's Ark
I wanted to an airship for Noah's ark instead of an actual ship. It's a simple concept, minimal detail and simple shapes. I wanted to do a looking-up perspective. Done in Photoshop.
An Egyptian temple in a modern world. I thought it would be cool if a time portal just opened-up and a temple from the past was transported somewhere like San Francisco with little to no explanation. Done in Photoshop.
welcome to little haven wood
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