Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wolf vs Llama

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This week I have been working on both my wolf sculpt and Llama armature. My still joints for my Llama armature came so I have been able to re-assemble the armature into a structure that is a lot simpler than the first attempt, which hopefully means the movement and walk cycle¬† of the llama will be a lot smoother ( I’ll be testing it in the next week or so will keep you updated )

I’ve also been working on the wolf sculpt some more , developing colour ideas ect and painted the sculpt , which has helped a bit with the character design side of things but I still feel there is a little bit more work to do on it. But here it is for now

On Sunday , as it was what was probably the last sunny day we’ll have until July ( if we’re lucky ) I decided to venture outside and exercise the old drawing skills at Brandon hill – home to half the population of squirrels in England and also a very pretty park / hill. And so I shall leave you with this last image of the last day of summer ( not that you can tell its sunny ……. ) plus it’s autumn …….

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Wolf Character Development

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These past few weeks whilst waiting for a few of my Llama parts to come ( they are now here and I’m very excited to go to my studio on sunday and put the Llama back together ) I have been working on the development of my wolf character for my twisted fairy tale project. The first sculpt is complete which has really helped with the progress of the character – It’s still not quite there but it’s come a long way from the original sketches which I’m pleased with and I think once I’ve painted it , it will bring a bit more definition to the character but for now I feel this is a good step forward.