Strange Behavior (Illustration) Entry: barlabás orsolya

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  08 August 2007
Strange Behavior (Illustration) Entry: barlabás orsolya

barlabás orsolya is entered in the "Strange Behavior Challenge" update: View Challenge Page

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  08 August 2007
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: strange play



prisoner princess plying cards with her not quite handsom savoir in the castle of the dragon.. a bit strange isn't it? :)
 
  08 August 2007
Heh - I love the concept.

I think you could do MUCH more with it - there's a great story to tell.

How do we know that he's her rescuer? How do we know she was a prisoner? And how do you show that he's REALLY ugly, rather than 'stylised'? It's quite tricky to pull that off with a simple, clean line style like yours, unless you really exaggerate (quasimodo-style). Is the princess turning her head away, looking disgusted? Is she happy to see him, despite the handicap? And why are they playing cards - is she stalling for time?

Looking forward to some more developments, this could be great.

Take care

AJ
 
  08 August 2007
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: elefants and mice



this is another idea please write me your observations and ideas :0) thank you
 
  08 August 2007
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