Julie's ood bodies

Julie's ood bodies - student project


I had a lot of fun taking this class, it was the first time I was working in a ultra simplified and stylised way. Really enjoyed it, learned a lot again. A big thank you to the teacher for another fun and interesting class, and thank you all for sharing !



Julie's ood bodies - image 1 - student project



Julie's ood bodies - image 2 - student project

(Sorry feet cut during the scanning process ..)

Left sketch: from reference

Right sketch: from memory

Note: don't feel like there is a big difference between the 2, just few details. 



Julie's ood bodies - image 3 - student project


Julie's ood bodies - image 4 - student project

(sorry cut some parts again..)

Left sketch: primary sketches

Right sketch: refined sketches

Note: probably the exercise I enjoyed the most because had to play with constraints. Really struggled with the top left sketch (couple dancing), more specifically with the girl's face but happy I didn't give up and picked another reference (just tried to give her a face that would kinda work ^^). I was pretty happy with the layout so didn't choose to edit it.



Julie's ood bodies - image 5 - student project




Julie's ood bodies - image 6 - student project

Completely forgot about this exercise... I had already everything scanned ready to be posted and just didn't feel like spending too much time on it, so just did it quickly last minute (sorry only 3 cut outs ..) ^^.



Julie's ood bodies - image 7 - student project


Left sketches: primary sketches, wasn't really happy with the first composition so decided I would keep the concept but try a different variation.

Right sketch: final and refined version. This one really made me laugh and I was quite happy with how it turned out so decided I would create a coloured version of it as the BONUS exercise. 



Julie's ood bodies - image 8 - student project

And of course a little mock-up just for fun.


Julie's ood bodies - image 9 - student project