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Donkey skin

Donkey skin

Sep 16, 2006

"Donkey skin " by Chris Beatrice ONE I usually start with a really rough and simple sketch, about 4" x 5", to establish the basic composition. This picture was no different. In the story the girl is fleeing into the night from a terrible situation at home. Her castle, her former home looms in the darkness behind her, as she follows a winding path lit only by...

Lute player

Lute player

Sep 3, 2006

"Lute player " by Chris Beatrice ONE - CONCEPT AND SKETCHESTo highlight the comical nature of the scene I chose to contrast a fairly detailed rendering of the lute with a more exaggerated and loose handling of the donkey himself. The text for this picture reads:   The donkey took especial pleasure in music, so that he went to a celebrated musician and said,...

Frog king

Frog king

Jul 27, 2006

"Frog King" by Chris Beatrice Beginnings The fairy tale world is one of extremes. Sure you’ve got cute princesses and benevolent fairy god mothers, but you’ve also got parents purposely abandoning their kids in the dark forest, where they are imprisoned by a serial killer who intends to cook and eat them! Maybe this is why these ancient stories touch such a raw...

Girl in the iron shoes

Girl in the iron shoes

Jun 27, 2006

"Girl in the iron shoes" by Chris Beatrice InspirationAs soon as I read “The Enchanted Pig”, I was drawn to its main character - a young woman who undergoes a host of trials in her quest to find her husband (who has been transformed into a pig), and return him to human form. She must wear out three pairs of iron shoes and blunt a steel staff in her travels. She...

Giant Killer

Giant Killer

Jun 8, 2006

  "Giant Killer" by Chris Beatrice I started with a really rough and simple sketch, about 4" x 5", to establish the basic composition. 3Dtutorials.sk recommendation: To maximise the realism of your CG character we recommend to use high quality photo references from the #1 reference website www.human-anatomy-for-artist.com I then laid down some basic values...

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