While I've been working in the middle of projects, I have also been working on art assessments and essays.
For a start I was asked to design a character whether it’s a man, an elf, dwarf, etc… Any character I'd like to create and make a little story about this character. I'd have to design the character from whatever clothing, from whatever decade they have to be in like 1930s, 40s, or 50s. My character has to be designed from the 1960s. For this idea, I created a few characters of my own, years before I started college or university. So I'm looking through them might be useful for this task.
Looking at these characters I designed and thinking over what to do, I finally get started on designing my own character. The drawings of the characters were off a comic design I was working, but never got to finish it, so looking at them has given me some idea as to what character I'd like to make it this assessment.
I get on designing my own character. My tutor Nick says I could do one either if it’s an elf, lizard man, dwarf, etc…with any decade and country I’ve been given in the assessment (Britain 1960s). In this assessment I’ve designed two characters, looking at the others characters I designed in college. One character I designed first was of my brother David. When I was designing my own comic he asked me to put him in the comic. For designing my own character, I thought why not have him in the task, with the same name but a different story. The other character I designed was lizard man named Troy from another fierce, but dangerous life. With torn clothes he wears and the bloodstains on his shirt trying keep his presents unknown to human beings at all cost. I might not have got the work right in the assessment, but for a first time on this assessment, I am pretty proud my work.
Other Character Designs
Final Character Designs
After creating my own characters, I was joined by a group of people who had the same decade as I. We all came together showing each others’ characters and planing a story-plot for a game (a mystery thriller game), each of us have been given assessments to make a game design. My assessment was to create a mood-board of pubs and hotels around Manchester, that is the place where we're planning as part of the game, the rest of it is in a house and a factory. I've also done a concept art drawing of the inside of a pub and a layout of the pub from where I’m working at in Carlisle (Gosling Bridge). When that was done I handed my work to my group for a presentation that went really well. What I think would go better for this art assessment is if me and my group had more time. We'd get more work and designs for the game done, but it was fun getting together on creating something new.
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