Sunday, April 16, 2006

IF: Spotted




Poor kid, a bad night, all spotted...

Again, playing with plastiline and photoshop.
Here the original image before layers...
It was a quick job, I know that the shadows could be way better.

14 comments:

shannonjyl said...

this is so cute!
great job

Kaya said...

This is amazing! The shadows add a nice touch. Cool claymation character!

Braidwood said...

I really like that. It makes me want to play with clay.

the heartful blogger said...

Love it, so nice to see a different medium!

Ellen said...

OMG! Do you need to be told how good you are? You are, very good, I mean excellent! I am in awe!!!!

the musehouse said...

Hahaha! Great minds think a like-just posted and getting a chance to look at others. Great job!

Natura said...

Muy bueno y muy lindo, ¡me encanta! ¿es algún tipo de plastilina profesional o es de la común?

Qué bueno ver otro peruano por acá.

Saludos. :)

"e" said...

Wonderful!!
:)
e

Lauren said...

Fantastic! I don't understand how you used photoshop with this because it looks like it's only made out of clay, but it's really good. I love the use of bright colors. Even though you did incorporate the "spots", you added many other extra details that made the illustration. Wonderful job!

juliemc said...

your claymation is great on it's own; but adding the shadow is a nice because it gives it a twilight effect, and adds dimensionality to the spots and the eyes!

el Dodo Purpura said...

Lauren, the image is 99% clay, the only effects added in photoshop are the window light/shadow and some lights, in the spots, the eyes and the termometer, as Juliemc points.

Natura, lo mismo digo!
Y la plastelina es de la mas normalita para colegio, nada especial. Estoy viendo de conseguir otra mas "profesional", pero voy a tener que encargarla fuera.

And thanks to everybody for your comments!

Lauren said...

Lol, adorable :P

The Tart said...

Wow, just way to adorable. Love the colors. Great illo. Must get some clay. Hope the little one feels better!

Smooch,
The Tart
; )

Raebo said...

This is simply GORGEOUS! I love it so much - what unique approach.