|Kai - Human Fighter|
After computer lab and worksheets in the morning, we got to do a much more fun art class in the afternoon. Chase got to design his character portrait for D&D. We demonstrated how to use a stencil template that Kevin had made to speed up character sketches. Then we measured out proportions of where all the facial features would be. Kevin drew a few variances of character design using the same template.
|My cell phone cannot handle the lighting.|
|Kevin demonstrating different characteristics added to same template. The template was made from a plastic container, he cut it, ironed, cut out forms, sanded it smooth. Originally from a peppermints bucket.|
So, we had Chase start with some preliminary sketches until he was happy with his character. Then he redrew that using the template, and inked it. He's not really into coloring much, but we'll get him a program on his computer so he can color digitally if he likes.