I looked up the different words to describe LOUD and found some I personally never acqutained with the word loud. For example: PEALING. Interesting....
Here I just let my pencil do the talking and tired not to think about the final outcome of the project. The blob in the upper right corner is an orange being peeled... I was drink orange juice so that's why I picked an orange.
COLOR TIME!! This was a great break out for me because where I work, we have to do a lot of silo'ing of bags, bows even models with insane hair. So just being able to make a character is great! So my digital concept is of the peeling orange combined with the screaming doodle guy. Makes you wonder how an orange feels when you peel it huh? Any suggestons are welcomed! I think texture may be my sitcking point, though I would like to hear everyone's feedback on what I've got so far. Also, the orange needs a name...
Texture and background!
So, The biggest problem I've run into is the background color. Maybe I should have left it white? Anyone? Bueller?
Here I present LOUDpealing!
As you can see through out the past two weeks, my orange has gone through a lot. I am playing off the word PEALING which came up on my word list for LOUD only instead of a bell, I thought an orange screaming because it was being peeled would be more fun. What I learned from this class was color and the blending of color that can effect the feel of the image. This is a goofy image I enjoyed creating and I wanted the colors to repersent that. My biggest hurled was letting go of tryng to make the orange look like a real orange. Then I struggled with the background. The image before the final one looks far more muted than I wanted and so I went with no background, just a little hint of a shadow for the table. I am very happy with my orange and I greatly enjoyed this project!