Sunday, February 12, 2006

James and the Princess Sketches






This first sketch is of yes,... you guessed it,... my son James.

The others are a few exploratory sketches I did in my earthbound sketchbook for my Inventive Figure class taught by Daniel Galieote. We get to invent our own characters for either a story of our own or an existing story or movie set in a different time period. For the assignment we are going to create a female, male, and an animal. I'm choosing to retell the old German Fairy tail The Brave Little Tailor. You may recall the Disney version of the story in which Mickey Mouse is the unlikely hero who kills seven flys in one blow and is mistaken for a giant killer. I chose the story because I loved the idea of modernizing it. Instead of a tailor, I'm going to be creating a techie nerd who brags about killing seven monsters while gaming online, but is overheard by some nearby thugs who believe he has killed seven "mobsters". The king has been replaced by a crime boss and the princess is his bratty socialite daughter. These sketches are for the Princess in the story who upon finding out she has married a common tailor, goes to her daddy the king asking for help in getting rid of him.

5 comments:

Bobby Chiu said...

hey great sketches!

mackaydesign said...

Thanks Bobby. I'm a huge fan of your work, by the way. Thanks for stopping by!

-Craig

Alina Chau said...

great drawings!

mackaydesign said...

Thanks!

Virginia Valle said...

James and the Princess Sketches post is really great!!!I will back for more!!! Thanks for sharing it!!