PRODUCTION DESIGN

    Medium          Drawing, illustrator, Photoshop, Sculpting, Moulding, Plaster of Paris, Fibreglass, Fiberglass                              gelcoat, Paint Spraying, Airbrushing, cellulose paint.

 

The criteria was to create a film character for a hypothetical ‘Star Wars’ production. This is my interpretation of a guard dog from the dark side.  My initial inspiration was taken from a Doberman dog, where I sketched up lots of ideas. Some of them shown below.

 

Choosing the top left drawing as the idea that I would progress with, I then produced a more detailed sketch before airbrushing over the top. Having only sculpted a couple of times before, I started to sculpt in clay the life size Dobermans head. Once I had done this I then started to make the sculpture more in keeping with my concept making it look more aggressive.

 

I then made a 3 part mould in Plaster of Paris so that I could make a mould of the sculpture. Once this was finished, I sculpted the armour onto the head. I made a 2 part mould of the armour out of fibreglass. The painting was done in cellulose paints where I used an airbrush to get the desired effect.

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