Project Gramr

Project Gramr - student project

Here i got some advanced thumbnails

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Okay, here are some thumbnails

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Hey everyone!

I'm a huge fan of traditional oil paintings, especialy the Renaissance and it's symbolism. I already had a bunch of images of traditional art on Dragons and i decided to reinterpret the Design the Dragon from the Völsunga saga

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Dragons in norse mythology are the representation an evil spirit, they're feared because they are vicious. In the medieval era they were the symbol of satan himself.Project Gramr - image 5 - student projectProject Gramr - image 6 - student project

So i choosed to design an Evil traditional Dragon keeping in mind to make it different from the crazy sized dragons that are sometimes a bit too epic for their needs. I want to keep it's height size in between 5 and 8 feet. The reason is simple, i chose that my dragon would be a "poison type" and so, if it's gigantic, you might get smashed to the ground and die before you wouldd be poisoned. Plus, I find it more of a plausible match in between a single man and a medium sized dragon as well as a plausible encounter.

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Emylie Boivin
Student at the BAC Art & science of animation