Tuesday, 30 October 2012

OMAC 50's Redesign 2 + Colour Variations



After feedback from the class I decided to take a better look into 1950's detective clothing. I enjoyed creating this even though I found it difficult to transpose the original ideas from the OMAC design. 

Monday, 29 October 2012

Omac 50's Redesign


After redesigning OMAC for the first time last week, I then decided to take the character into a completely new direction after feedback from the class. I felt it might be a good idea to take the character into a 1950's B movie detective look, something that lead on from the previous piece's over-the-top B movie look. 

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Omac Redesign



After designing a number of rough concepts for my OMAC redesign I decided to take my last set of images further into a much more rendered and coloured piece. The goal of this task was to recreate OMAC as a modern day superhero, much like how characters such as Captain America and Thor have been redesigned for the recent Avengers movie. 

Friday, 19 October 2012

Brother Eye Initial Ideas


In addition to the redesign of the OMAC character we were also tasked to look into redesigning Brother Eye, OMAC's personal satellite that would beam information and coordinates to him from space. For this I tried to take a very modern look, taking inspiration from satellites of the modern day. 

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Omac Character Redesign Ideas




For my first project for this module we were tasked to redesign the DC Comics character OMAC into a much more modern day superhero design that could be seen in recent superhero movies, such as The Avengers. As this was the very first task we were given on the course here at Teesside, I felt that these were quite unsuccessful but I enjoyed the task of re-imagining the character and starting to tackle the ideas of character design.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Nude Sketches





I found this first piece of work incredibly difficult and frustrating to complete as we were tasked to complete these drawings without the use of reference. Without this help and knowledge to draw from it really challenged me to think about how I already look at drawing the human figure.