Wednesday, September 23, 2009
I knew the overlay process would be painful. Some of the mistakes were obvious to me without doing this, others were more elusive which is, of course, the entire point of the exercise. Jerry is two-and-a-half heads tall, sporting typical cherubic proportions. I am so used to drawing adult humans that the tendency is for me to make the head too small/thin and the body too tall. Everything needs to be more rounded and lines of action for uncommon poses require more attention.
On a side note, some of these are so off that I could probably put on some red-blue glasses and see mice in three dimensions...