Made this guy. 4 inches tall
If you're drawing something sci-fi, and you need to redraw a ship a bunch of times, it might be a good idea to actually build it.
Kitbashing is when you cut up parts of model kits and glue them together to create something new. You can also use cut and shaped wood blocks to build onto, or pieces of plastic you find(plastic toys or packaging) or buy(styrene).
It's endless fun, and it will allow you to see your ship from any angle! I'm working on my second ever kitbash, I'll post the WIP pics here.
Here I've cut up a helicopter, some cars, planes and a bit of a boat. I got these old models at a flea market for about 30 bucks. To buy them new would be too pricey. I use model glue to bind the parts after arranging them until I see something.
Ive added more bits, and ive also spread on a white tamiya putty to fill gaps, and green Aves Apoxie to fill larger gaps or create fake 'wires'.
Now I sprayed it with a primer, which brings it all together visually so I can really see what Ive got. I decided not to add anything else, I like it as it is.
Attached it to a wooden base by drilling into the wood, putting a threaded post in, and glueing a nut into the bottom of the model. I then painted it reddish pink with my airbrush to test out that colour.
Mannnn, it's just all freaking great!
The only thing I'd ask you about is one thing about the character designs. You draw all the details inside the shape of the character, without anything really poking out of the lines making up the main forms. I personally like breaking those lines. Any reason you don't?
@Coley I also read some of those, and on twitter as well.
Much like the last time there was inktober drama (over not being able to call your sketchbook that you sell an official Inktober book), it is largely a certain sect of the art world that is keen to jump on this and demand Jake's comeuppance. People that love art, are young, do commissions, and are very quick to judgement on social issues (cancelling various ppl/companies without giving much thought).
These same folks are making this about race, and by changing the conversation from 'did Jake steal Alphonso's ideas and imagery' to one about white artists stealing from black artists, I fear no amount of proof or reasoning will appease them.