Personification: Rumpelstiltskin

I can only say that I had an incredible time doing this project. For so long I had forgotten what it was like to draw with black ink and just black ink and after I did the first couple of images, the rest felt like child’s play! Amelia did say this was going to be one of the hardest projects of the term and I can agree that parts of it proved quite difficult. For example, I believe that the hardest part of all was just setting the character-items into this world of setting/background-items. The very interaction between the two types of ‘inanimate’ objects, the proximity of one to the other (which is key to conveying the needed emotions), the relation of blacks and whites and contrast altogether in one object next to another (should they be similarly shaded in contrast to the background or should they contradict one another?) and, well, actually a lot of other things that one usually doesn’t think about consciously (like me).

But enough about that. The project is called Personification and this is Chapter I: Rumpelstiltskin.

Below you will see twelve images that illustrate the story. They are black and white images done with ink and pens (with the help of a Promarker here and there). I guess it would help if you find the story for yourself and read it, and it would be a fun exercise to try and figure out which is which, so, enjoy.

*Bear in mind that this is a Course Project.... any feedback and/orΒ constructive criticism is warmly welcomed!!!*

 

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