|Ballpoint pen renderings of Water and decoy ducks - |
image and layout created by animator Lukasz Pater.
|Water renderings, pattern option two|
|Water rendering, option one|
|Water renderings, pattern option one|
|Water rendering option two|
I had to render water for the second animation titled woe-man. It was very simple and I could use it again. But I wanted this animation to be fresh and closely associated to the reference material. The moon flask as depicted below. We are also trying to keep it simple ensuring the animated image integrates well with the form and the shape of the decoy ducks, and of course the shape and size of the wooden base.
|High definition projectors make a big difference|
|Water rendering option three|
In the end I took inspiration from the simple yet appropriate cobalt painted decoration that covers the background of the moonflask shown here (image on the left). The chosen image, rendered in ball-point pen, a more three dimensional approach, provides us with an opportunity to have open spaces though which the dragon can move and be easily visible without creating confusion or making the visual representation to complex (busy) as mentioned before.
|Water renderings, pattern option three|
|Water renderings, pattern option final|