Family Build Up

One of the most common questions I, and possibly any other digital artist gets when they present their work is how they do it. I occasionally reveal some of my methods in my tutorials but otherwise I like to show screenshots taken at various stages. I came across this build up script a few months back and have now finally got it to work! Here’s my previous family portrait being reconstructed:

This script isn’t a true reflection of how I drew it but gives a good idea about the amount of detail I go into with my work. The reason I didn’t finish it is that I had already had the script running for ten hours and it was only half finished! Luckily there’s options to resume, but at this rate I’ll be doing it until February!

I think I may do this a lot more with my work.

Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle & Dick

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Sunday saw me, after snapping pictures of the demolition, cycling on to the Crescent Theatre to help with the set building for Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle & Dick. Here’s the blurb:

Carrying on in the great British comedy tradition , this play takes some familiar faces and gets a bit familiar with them. It premiered at the National Theatre, London, in 1998 starring Geoffrey Hutchings as Sid, Adam Godley as Kenneth and Samantha Spiro as Barbara and was produced on TV under the title ‘Cor Blimey!’

It’s the first time I’ve done set building but it really was enjoyable. All the pieces of the caravan , just like a game of Tetris, except they didn’t disappear once they were all in a line…