The Making of Doctor Innoculator

I’ve had a few requests from people asking about my process when it comes to my illustrations.  So I thought I’d post this quick work in progress timeline of my latest entertainer “Doctor Innoculator“.  

 

Making of Doctor Innoculator

Making of Doctor Innoculator

There are actually more stages here, these are just the few that I saved as I went through.  Essentially all the drawings start off as a sketch.  Either really rough usually just enough for a guide, midrange quality ( this level ), or high quality ( Claude was originally a high quality sketch – where everything is pretty much laid out and there isn’t much variation from the two ).  From there I take the image into flash and do the basic linework.  After the intial linework I do basic detailing as well as modifications to the sketch.  From here, block colours are added, then I go to work doing shading.  After all the shading is complete I usually head through and make changes to poses, props, anything that doesn’t seem quite right, as well as adding extra detail ( in this case, I added some equipment to the bag, and changed the scaling on a few of the items ).

So there you go, the anatomy of an aA Sketch.

 – aA

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About aA

I'm a 28 year old Designer from Brisbane, Australia. I've got a keen interest in Motion Graphics, Illustration, and Game Design. View all posts by aA

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