Goblin Sketches for Fairies Project




These are just a few sketches that I did for a “Story Telling/Concept Art” class years back. The project was called “Fairies“, it was an idea I had kicking around in my head from my early 20’s. Anyway, in the class we learned how to story tell/script write, do story boards and finally we had to create concept art for the characters and props. We also had to do some environments which I will post later, if I can even find them.

These goblins were the antagonists in the story, the “henchmen” who would be chasing around Thistle and Thorne, a pair of fairy protagonists. I also have the Bull Goblin…the Alpha Male name Lochbar somewhere kicking around, I’ll post that later if I can find him.  There are pictures in a gallery below, click on the images to enlarge them.



Bond Paper, Graphite Pencil, Photoshop


This class was REALLY fulfilling because it made us do almost every aspect of pre-production, we got to create and idea and then create on paper…pretty cool if ya axe me. I would really like to make it a habit to sketch more…I would like to be able to carve a tiny bit of time out to do it at least once a week. There just isnt enough time or maybe there aren’t enough Jets to go around. I wish there were more than one of me…that way I could send one or two of them to work and I could stay home and do art all day! If only, right?


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