For my final drawing of my two character and their environment I choose to have the bad character, the yak, steal Clarie's hat who is the good character. I choose to have the yak escape his pen, ad implied by the broken wire on the fence. I also chose to draw Claire running out the door to catch her yak and get her get back in his pen with her lasso. For her house I choose to draw it as a log cabin to give a rustic feel. I also chose to give it a red roof because, in my opinon red is the color you think of when u say farm. I used water color for the sky and mad it darker on the yak's pen side to give it an omnuious feel. The materials I used for this project were, watercolor Prisma pencils, and water color. Overall, this project allowed me to explore my creativeness and come up with some of my own ideas and bring them to life.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
I wanted a story you wouldn't normally think of, so for my two characters so I picked two natural enemies, a cowgirl and a yak. In their story this girl named Claire is a farmer. She is the good character because she is really sweet and cares for all her animals. She is living on a farm with her family. However there is one stubborn animal on the farm, her yak.
The yak is the bad character because he is always making trouble on the farm. Weather he is harassing the other animals or making his pen a mess he is always causing trouble for Claire. In the final product the two characters are going to interact by, the yak steals her cowgirl hat and escapes the pen, then Claire trys to lasso the yak and get her hat back. I choose a red collared shirt for Claire to give her a western style and I choose to have her live in a peaceful happy-looking barn to give a lot of contrast to the yaks pen. I choose to hav dead trees, a dark sky, and dead grass in the yak's pen to emphasize that the yak was the bad character. Also I gave the yak black beady eyes to make him look intimidating.