With every art piece, I prove to myself that I can do what I thought I couldn’t.
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Just messing around with some characters and some interesting hair 🙂
Stay tuned for a mini video in the next post!
Recently I was hired to create a storyboard to illustrate how a new camera product would be used in life. I was given a little less than a week to do it so my client said that the best quality I could give him at the time would be acceptable. I am proud to say that it came out a lot better than I expected for the time frame I had. I spent 6 to twelve hours on this project at a time to make sure it looked the way I wanted it and that it could be easily translated into a live action sequence. I think I did a good job because my client’s client hired them for the job!
This was not my first freelancing job, but it was my first job that had a serious deadline and some (semi) serious pay, with leads to even more jobs.
I’m very glad I took on this project because it taught me some things. First it taught me that if I really wanted to bang out an eight page comic in less than a week, I could do it. It also taught me that if I want something badly enough, I will get it. In this case I wanted the money. Needed the money. I do have substantial car bills, after all, and if this is going to be my new way of making a living for myself, then I sure as heck had better finish my project on time. Failure is not an option here.
Success is what I strive for.
I can’t post the entire storyboard until the product goes live in June, but for now, here are some visual goodies from the project! I tried to make them all look like they came from the same set and story, and I think I was successful! How about you?