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Sketchbook of Brett Bean

Web: http://www.krop.com/brett2dbean (willopen in new window)
Email: [email protected]

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Date Added: 22nd January 2013
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1. 2 characters I’m developing for an original IP. I have a blog that is slowly telling the story through the eyes of the main woman, city. http://www.whatsthekeytothecity.blogspot.com/ Moleskin ink pen with Prismacolors. (Fig.01)

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2. Mutes live under the clouds. In the dark. Metal plates keep their brains from exploding out the head. The more metal they have the longer they’ve been around. That’s how you can tell the old ones. Brown paper and ink. Transferred to Photoshop for a texture pass and quick “dirty” colors to maintain a certain look and feel. (Fig.02)

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3. Early stage Mute. (Fig.03)

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4. This is one of the main antagonists of the City. Tattoos adorn the body. Each tattoo line indicates a successful venture into the clouds. You can tell the best pilots from their markings. Here I am trying to define level of tech, clothing style, and a feeling of the character. Hopefully she comes across as a bad ass! (Fig.04)

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(ID: 153876, pid: 0) Tyree Morrow on Wed, 30 January 2013 5:13am
Thank you Brett for sharing your work. It's very inspirational to me and I love this story. I follow your blog and I have learned a lot from your tutorials. Keep up the great work!
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