Monday, 12 October 2009

Of course there's a new villain too

The vaude-villain is still fat which can lead us to some comedy reliefs in the whole story but still has some features of the typical villain like the sharp nose and teeth or the skinny hands


  1. Hi Gabriele,

    Just wanted to reiterate what I said earlier today; so much CHARM in your designs - really! I can understand these characters almost at once - and the lazy bunny just made me smile the moment I saw him! Likewise, with the villain, you've got that balance between signalling his character to the audience, while also keeping him comedic and within the 'world' of your other characters; I notice from Justin's comment on an earlier post that he also picked up on the 'effortless' charm of your drawings - and he's right - it's hard to accomplish. I very much look forward to seeing how you move your designs onwards through further refinement and sensitivity for colour values and poses. Really nice work! :-)

  2. Hi Gabriele
    This guy is working nicely - I like the round form with the sharpness of his features. All three designs are a very good foundation for refinement, as Phil puts it. Poses will definitely add more life to these drawings. I would try drawing all three or at least a couple together to see how they interact with each other.
    Anyway, keep up the good work!