I absolutely loved this class! I watched every minute of it and learned so much!
I already created Pippin and wanted to use him in this class. I started to practice with his body and what feeling, action or story it could tell. By extending his body or moving his clumsy wings it was making such a difference!
Then I started to think about his environment. He lives in the kitchen and is always looking for food. I wanted to show the moment he saw the cookiejar. Hypnotized, drooling, gazing and fixated on the cookiejar. Also I wanted to show the struggle and impossibility of him getting to it. I decided to make him really small so that the cookiejar seems really high.
I like the composition and the overall picture. I don't like the colors in the kitchen. I thought dull colors in the background could make the story in the front pop more. Also I didn't use to many knick knacks around the kitchen. I regret making that choice because I think it looks like a really boring kitchen :(
I don't have a digital drawing program or anything so I couldn't change it. Maybe I will remake this scene on watercolorpaper with more happening around Pippin ^-^
Thank you so much for this class and sharing it with the world! <3