Sunday, 25 September 2011

Wooden Acting and Best-Dressed Hero

Hey guys!

Here's a couple more pieces for the project. First is a sculpt of a wooden tribal
elder. I thought it would be cool to have some characters whose faces are reminiscent of African masks. I'm imaging that there would be the creaking and cracking of wood when their faces animated. I think this was partly inspired by the scene in Return to Oz with the animated rock faces!















Also, I thought it was time that I gave the hero a more varied wardrobe, so I made a bunch of costumes for Mr Avery Esq. that correspond to some different parts of the story.














More stuff soon - cheers!

6 comments:

Paul Richards said...

Love how you handle compression folds!

Kimberly Chan said...

Woah - did Mr Avery bandage his legs from the knees-down in the first costume? O_O

Peter Oedekoven said...

Really great stuff Nick!

Nick Carver said...
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Nick Carver said...

Cheers guys!

Kimberly_Chan: Those are WW1-era puttees and a lot of British soldiers wore them I think. So don't worry - B.R. Avery is fighting fit!

jake gumbleton said...

lovely little sculpt nick!