François Boucher’s Odalisque 1749 Remake to Bugsy 2015
CAN1 Media Center Activity
For Character Animation 1, we had to go to the Library and choose a book with some famous artwork and then re-create it in a drawing. Then we had to insert Bugsy, Our Character Rig for CAN1, into the drawing the second time. I choose François Boucher’s Odalisque simply because I thought it would be funny to see Bugsy all sprawled out looking like a 1749 French nude model. Sure enough I think it is pretty funny looking, Don’t you?
This is obviously the ordinal painting.
This is my remake of the original.
I used Sketchbook Pro and my Wacom Intuos 5 Tablet.
This is my Remake with Bugsy looking all sexy!
This was only worth 1% of my grade, and I feel I went way above and beyond what was even being asked for this assignment, but I was having too much fun because most of my work lately has been in Maya, and I have not had a lot of time to get back to drawing. So I decided to do my best. Feel free to tell me what you think in the comment section below.
Posted on January 29, 2015, in My Art Work, News and Info and tagged Art, Bachelors Degree, Back to School, Bugsy, CAN1, Character Animation, Class of 2016, College, College in my 30's, College Life, Digital Drawing, Drawing, François Boucher, Full Sail, Grades, Intuos, Just for Fun, Life, MacBook Pro, Maya, Odalisque, Sean Korb, Story, Success, Thirty Something, University, Video Game Art, Wacom. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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