Hey, guys!! Antonieta here!
Sorry that I haven’t posted in 2 weeks, but I’ve been busy with college life and work. Hectic, really, that I tend to forget things!
Gonna be tough to balance what I’m supposed to do and what I want to do. Obviously, I want and need to study animation. I need to work. But I also want to work on my first webcomic. I haven’t done any new drawings yet, but it doesn’t mean that I stopped working on it
I’m starting Chapter 4 of the story script. I’m the type that prefers to have a solid plan than to go straight into drawing and have changes later that will only create a bigger mess
It’s funny that the beginning of Chapter 4 compared to the original outline from a year ago is completely different. Might as well just throw that journal out and start fresh, right?
I’m gonna keep it and use it as a guide. Who knows? Maybe I’ll end up using bits and pieces from the original outline
Oh yeah, I’m thinking of renaming the story. The current one seems pretty long, but I hope to come up with a better one once I have completed the story script. Or at least halfway to the point where I know what the title should be
So I have this co-worker who was a complete stranger to me back in January and I bluntly told him in first meeting that I’d like to add him to my story.
I chose him to be my friend and then later during the semester, I found out that he got hired at my workplace. So we’d be able to see each other often! And that’s good, because then I can really focus on his face and personality!
(he’s actually pretty handsome for an Indian, I’ll admit)
So I drew some hairstyles of the “man bun” since it was what my co-worker/friend/inspiration wanted. Never mind the face!! I like to draw different faces when I draw hairstyles
But I’d definitely like to add a gap on his left eyebrow. If you look into the male version of Esmeralda, some artists left a gap on one of his eyebrows
Gave Anil a new haircut, so basically it’s shorter. Was curious to know what he’d look like if I were to cut his hair
“An invisible thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break”
I want to make this little trinket box look old when it appears in the 21st century. One of the main characters will have it in her possession
And if it wasn’t obvious, I was thinking of the animated film “Anastasia” of the little music box. But I want my version of the little box to have hints of India and Persia, so I’m gonna have to do a lot of research about the designs
India? No problem
Persia? Gonna have to do more research