Thursday, 13 October 2016

Minor Project: Deer Character with Turnaround

Knowing my workflow for when it comes to modelling I was able to determine what kind of orthograph I would need to model from. I've opted to use two image planes for each view, one to detremine the shape needed underneath and the other to tell where to place curves to create the wire like sculpture. I've stayed as close to the original drawing as possible and also drew a little to help solidify the deers character. 


I can imagine that the designs here will change slightly because as I am translating I will make the best decision for my model and I believe some trial and error will be involved.


1 comment:

  1. When I was drawing quadrupeds last year I found it very useful to draw folds. It helps with knowing where the limbs fuse with the core body.