Saturday, February 25, 2006

Character concept...




Trying to develop a character for my final year, and I have this idea about a mythological character that creates problems for the world by stealing the wind.

19 comments:

BenerdWalkin said...

In mythology the winds are personafied...into Boreas, Eurus, Zephyrus and Notus...four winds who blow in different directions....it is also rumoured that they help revolve the earth....something interesting

nice design on the layout...like the line work..oh it's on andrew's blog

keep up the good work rayzer

olgastern said...

i like the top page, especiaclly te one on the left.

St John Street said...

These are so dope man great sense of feeling and thanks 4 the kind words take care!!!

martin wittig said...

Nice work! Cool designs, and I like the concept for this guy.

LuisNCT said...

woow! your sketches and designs are great... very nice style, very expressive

Rebecca Hitchens said...

I do quite like your sketches Ray :)

Jarrett said...

These are wicked, Ray. He kinda reminds me of Gingavitis from the Listerine commercials.

Yaxin said...

I like it!
Simples, strong in density
it#s good good good :)

Andre Barnwell said...

Feelin this design and your concept for it still> So i guess your on top of things for next year eh..LOL...Keep doin wat ure doin homie.

Ben Balistreri said...

Hey Raymond,

Man you've got some beautiful artwork on this blog! It's so fun to discover great talent that you haven't seen before! I'll be checking back more often,

Cheers!

Thomas said...

nice blog! Cool sketches, i like the line work. Well done...and thanks for your comment.

Virginia Valle said...

beautiful concept :)

Virginia Valle said...

Thanks Raymmond.

Trev said...

i like the one on the top ray, nice work

Shaz Lym said...

niiice...cool character Raymond

Emily How said...

Great character Ray, love the menacing feel to it.

kevin micallef said...

Really great blog! Great sketches!!

Raymond Xu said...

i appreciate and thank all of you for the encouragement and feedback!

the doodlers said...

Nice positive-negative shapes in this character- great stretch in the first pose.