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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Thin Glynn design pencil




This is what Glynn will look like when he is printed onto the paper and transforms into the human form.
The bottom two pictures are what the origami looks like before it is folded. I'm going to colour the unfolded pictures on separate layers in Photoshop. Then print onto coated paper ready to be glued to the cinefoil to give strength.

3 Comments:

Blogger REE said...

these look very fun Luke. You're film is gonna be hott! Keep creatin!

12:19 am  
Blogger St John Street said...

dam man how many skillz do have up your sleeves hahah the magic man!!!!

7:33 pm  
Blogger Romi said...

This film is going to be very varied and exciting! The design of Glynn is really excellent, I love the shape of his arms and legs, he looks like he's a fun character to animate.

12:47 pm  

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