Saturday, April 08, 2006

Collaging



I've been doing a bunch of collaged faces while in class. The first done in blue pencil and the second in ballpoint pen. I've noticed doing these really forces you to change up shapes and proportions so that you don't get a repetition on the same page of the same type of face. I can see an improvement from the first to the second one, so I'm going to keep doing these and trying different styles, types and shapes - as much as I possibly can. Now, to character design!

-R.

9 comments:

Michael Dedrick said...

Nice stuff!!!, Great control of the ballpoint pen, these seem like very good exercises I should get into the habit of doing them as well. Looking forward to seeing more:)

Smook said...

It was good chatting with you, Randeep. Good luck the rest of the way......

Adriana said...

Very very nice, Randeep :D

Kristin said...

very cool! are those actually people you observed or you made them up? i might just try that cause when i draw people they tend to all look the same.

martin wittig said...

Wow! Very nice work!:)

Eliot said...

Hey Randeep!

Just found your blog, you've got some neat stuff up. I especially like these. I used to do stuff like this in high school all the time, although not just faces. Over a couple years they got so small and detailed they looked almost pure black from a distance.

Then something snapped and I got real sloppy and loose. Go figure.

-Eliot

Andre Barnwell said...

very nice stuff. how long did that take

orange said...

very neat Randeep...

great way to go about exploring faces

Bravo!

cheers
robin

K McLeod said...

What a great idea. Both pages are really good but your right the second page shows imporvment.