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151 Ironeye6th May 2010 07:01:37 PM from SoCal , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
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From a brief Ventrilo conversation, arks, Kara, and I humbly submit the style of Bernard Chang as something to emulate for the characters from reality. We also believe that artists trying out should draw at least one character of each gender, as well as at least three overall, before we consider them.
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153 Ironeye23rd May 2010 09:53:45 PM from SoCal , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
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We need to come up with a sort of try-out sheet for artists.

First off, are we all ok with the style linked in my last post?

In terms of what the character artists need to do:
  • Draw at least three of the seven main characters in the specified style.
    • At least one character of each sex should be represented.
  • Draw at least three fictites of your choice in the chosen style, with at least three source styles represented (general live action counting as a single style, of course).

Anything else we should add?

edited 23rd May '10 9:53:57 PM by Ironeye

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154 Karalora23rd May 2010 10:07:06 PM from San Fernando Valley, CA , Relationship Status: In another castle
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For background artists:

  • Draw at least three different types of terrain (forest, beach, city, etc.). One must feature artificial structures.

For vehicle artists:

  • Draw an RV, modified for combat (your own interpretation).

For storyboarders:

  • At least two storyboard sequences, one focused on action and the other on dialogue/emotions.

vigilantly taxonomish
While I have no objections to the style, I do wonder if it's a little too specific, given that we thusfar haven't even found any artists.
156 Karalora24th May 2010 06:45:17 AM from San Fernando Valley, CA , Relationship Status: In another castle
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That's kind of the point, Bobby. Picking a style will give us some baseline to work from when choosing artists.
157 Ironeye25th May 2010 02:36:21 AM from SoCal , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
Cutmaster-san
Heh, yeah, if we don't specify, we run into the problem of having half a dozen artists who all have their own personal style that we have to deal with.
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vigilantly taxonomish
OK, I see where you're coming from. Maybe I'm just being pessimistic.
159 Ironeye25th May 2010 03:33:03 AM from SoCal , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
Cutmaster-san
If we were doing something like Drawn Together, that could actually be useful, but...
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