BOUNCER – Finne
So this is where I am now, I have to finish her tonight. gunna finish the hair and then the outfit then she’s done and they’re all done and I can be like OMGHELLABEEFJESUSCAKESANDYWITCH I’m DONE!!!!!
Cuz thats just what you say
GREED – Hands
The trouble with hands.
Obviously Greed needed articulated hands, so I was stuck as to how to go about doing them. These are photos of the trials I still have lying around.
The final is a pipe cleaner base with braided pipe cleaners to make them stronger in black knit gloves we had lying around the house.
Bouncer – Head attached
As you can see I attached Bouncer’s head and even finished her face. I’m toying with how to make her shirt and what size her hands should be. I was originally thinking about the size of my hands but I’m rethinking that as they seem much too big comparatively.
Bouncer is supposed to have outlandishly large hands……however that might be a little TOO outlandish
Props if you can name the odds and ends on my sewing machine and on mah TV.
BOUNCER – Body
I decided to work on Greed today instead of Pride, mostly because I wanted to get some solid work done on Greed before Sunday so I could feel like it could happen.
BOUNCER – Sketchs
More terrible photos of my sketches ! Hurrah!
The first is a picture of the overall design, the second is a look at my wonderfully awful selection of colored pencils and color schemes.
Bouncer’s color scheme is highly influenced by a hiphop designer I happen to be a fan of by the name of Artful Dodger. Unfortunately the brand has apparently declined since it was allegedly bought by Jay-Z, since none of the current stock is anything like the original pieces I bought four years ago, http://www.cootrade.com/uploadimages/Men%20Artful%20Dodger%20Hoody-026.jpg is an image that closely approximates the aesthetic I truly admired in the earlier work by this designer. Artful Dodger [used] to marry Victorian Imagery with a HipHop and Graffiti aesthetic. It was truly remarkable…..
However what I see now when I search the designer is nothing like that. Its a pity.
ANYWAY, Bouncer’s color scheme is based heavily on Artful Dodgers color scheme. This is mainly because I had thrown some of the fleece I’ve been using over on the drawers and I glanced over and the colors that fell together were wonderful in a very IN YOUR FACE kind of way. They reminded me of my Artful Dodger Tshirts and I realized that pop culture aesthetic was truly perfect for Greed.