1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each

1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - student project

1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - image 1 - student project1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - image 2 - student project
1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - image 3 - student project1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - image 4 - student project1st project - wizard: Auto pilot vs before hand concept, 6 min each - image 5 - student projectTo start off I’m already a really slow worker, especially when it comes to making art, so putting such a short time was really new to me. However, I notice that my auto pilot drawing is a lot more dynamic than my pre planned out concept sketch. I think this is because my mind automatically goes to large, dynamic poses when it has nothing else interesting to go to. But with the concept one I had other things that I was trying to think about, like giving her emotion and establishing her power and setting through one drawing, so my mind was thinking more so of the what the character would be doing and where rather then how to make her look dynamic, so I started off with the face and didn’t quite know where to go from there, however I think I like it more overall then the first and might actually use this character more, and probably try to flesh out her design/story.