So I read on Bow’s new blog something about paperchild and I went to see what it was. Turns out they’re just normal drawings, but cut out and juxtaposited cleverly into normal photographs with 3-D objects. The more successful kind really make the entire scene look integrated – in terms of perspective, action and all that stuff.
As for me, I’ll just stick to drawing a random picture and cutting it out. :V
While waiting for my antivirus to finish a complete system scan (it’s dead slow) I decided to try making one on a whim. The time taken was about 30 minutes for drawing (I kept changing details) and 10 minutes for coloring, propping it up and taking a few photos. My sense of perspective being quite lousy (duly noted by Mr Lim in a Sec 1 ellipse-drawing exercise ;___; ) I couldn’t quite fit it in. So it just looks like I Photoshopped a picture of China onto a picture of my laptop. Oh wells.