Here are two test frames for a little bit I’m doing for Cyclomation 2. (http://www.thepublic.com/exhibitions/cyclomation-2)
I can’t decide whether the scribbleyness in the 2nd frame looks good, or crazy. Or crazy in a good way!
To get an idea of a similar sort of effect I’m going for, and where my influences lie, please watch the “anti music video” by Joseph Pierce for Enter Shikari. Here’s a link…
So in terms of a still image, the woman in this looks a bit like a crazed zombie. But once they’re all put together, I think it could potentially work really well and have a nicely abnormal aesthetic!
The 2nd image also has the exposure turned up intentionally too high, which gives the scenery that sort of “pop up” look, as thought it’s not real, it’s just a big cardboard cut out. Which I think I like!
This is also an example of me using a Wacom Tablet!
As you may or may not know, I usually work more or less 100% by hand, with as little digital input as possible. But I decided it’s time to work on my versatility and be a little more 2012!
Any comments, criticism, advice, or thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
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