The ideation process fuels creativity. Let's reflect on my designs before the process and see what we can come up with now.
ok so I'm taking this course to get an idea or ideas to take on when start to do my own work going to be a concept artist and and new to the industry in general something I've always wanted to do so hope I can take as much form this as possible
and sorry about the picture quality use a sketch book and then now im trying to transfer or learn to transfer my sketches to digital
@Scott Flanders Hey Just kinda finishing up on your ideation part assignment, generating ideas and brainstorming on paper and was wondering if I could get some feedback please :). I took on the Harvest Man idea(thought it was so cool) but add my own twist/ideas. Some on paper and some digital. I'm more of a painter than into drawing but you need ideas of characters I agree to what you wanna paint though. This part I would think is essential for a successful character to render I see. Making eye catching characters grabs people's attention, a good design /idea. As you see especially on the heavy/bruts on page 2 (labeled them on the pages), At first I went from something average, to out of the box if you look closely. Pumpkins coming out of his body with tugging on chains around his neck and arm, maintaining the beast. Also a sidekick that surfaces and fights a long the monster. I kept pushing the designs farther and farther. Like 4 variations of bruts and did this with several characters. Spent like 4 or 5 days on this. Btw loving class....so fun!
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Chief Creative Officer at Little Bang Inc. I'm especially passionate about character design, creature design, and sculpting.