Hi friends! My name is Candice and I am pursuing freelance illustration as well as developing my own brand of content through my Etsy store. I love the vibes on Proko and just entered the My Movie Poster Proko Challenge. I want to participate here as a way to keep my drawing/sketching fundamentals in shape. https://www.candicebroersma.com
Hello everyone, here’s my entry to this month's Proko challenge. The movie’s name is CHICKEN-REX Hunters, it’s a story about surviving in a dangerous world that was destroyed by giant genetically modified chickens (and other foods, but no spoilers here). A guy needs to venture with his faithful dog, Nilo, in search of medicine for his people, the only problem, the ingredients exist only in deep Chicken-Rex infested territory, luckily he finds an experienced Chicken-Rex Hunter, Renata, and maybe with her guidance he can help his people.
My brain started buzzing as soon as I read the challenge prompt and I couldn't resist! I little bit of my background: I moved to Iowa all the way from California a few years ago for a "day job" at a stained glass studio. I know, it's an awesome day job! I recently was able to switch to part-time so that I could balance freelancing and life more feasibly. To speak more on my experience of Iowa: it is completely magical and full of romance and adventure! ;) Movie premise: In a a world where steam technology reigns supreme, the increasingly industrialized world is starting to strain the Earth's natural resources. Stained glass has become a fashionable construction material and the mining of rare metals used to produce the most vibrant shades has gauged deep quarries. In a battle to save what is left of nature, one young woman sets out to manufacture glass with alchemic magic. Strict regulations and fierce hoarding of resources makes alternative glass manufacturing a dangerous--even deadly--enterprise. What will happen when the burgeoning alchemist faces a world hell-bent on excavation? Fun facts about stained glass: - stained glass windows are still crafted with real lead (toxic) - red glass is legit made with actual gold (it is way more expensive than other glass colors) - Alchemy played a role in modern glass manufacturing (sans transmutation circles) I am at a good finishing point, but I think I would like to continue finessing later down the line. I look forward to your feedback!