Sunday, December 5, 2010

fall 2010 final

This should really be draft two of four, but due to time constraints I had to call this "done". I fixed most of the problems with the scale and perspective, and overall I think it moves pretty realistically. But still it could use another pass or two and some more polish. If nothing else I learned a ton doing this study.
Untitled from Chris Hilberg on Vimeo.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Sequential #2

Sequential drawings from drawing session #2, favorites in no particular order

Thursday, September 23, 2010

So due to the complexity and overall confusing nature of my path of action I split it into three separate parts, and then drew them on top of each other with each section labeled a different color  

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Incremental Sample #1

Is it my best incremental drawing? Probably not, but it does make me laugh

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

KCAI ANIM: Hunting and Gathering Project, PART 1

This is the final hill you go over to get to my dad's house in Kansas. It is a ways out there and whenever you top that final hill I can always see this one tree standing alone. It is very picturesque and I am often struck by it's beauty on the final approach. Although you can not see my dad's house in this picture whenever I come over the hill and see this tree, it reminds me I'm home.

This is the love seat on my balcony. In my first week in Kansas City I had no job, no  TV, no internet, no friends, and no air conditioning. So I spent nights on the balcony with a pack of cigarettes and my banjo, plucking away and watching the neighbors across the street. In the mornings a cup of coffee on the balcony was therapeutic. Even now with most of the luxuries I didn't have at first in place I find the balcony a great place to spend an evening.