Dem bones.

This picture shows the vectoring process very early on.  The only parts that were converted so far are the skeleton’s right-lower rib cage and some of the arm lines.

Also note that the shirt is missing.  In order for the shirt to lay in a realistic manner, Susan drew an entire skeleton, then layered the shirt on top of it.  All of those bones will be covered in the final product, but this is a great example of the extremely high level of detail and amount of work that goes in to a project like this.

Mica says she spends about 15 minutes per day on skeletons, about all she can stomach.  Once this painstaking process is complete, she will do a materials mock-up, which will approximate color and texture.

2 thoughts on “Dem bones.

  1. WOW! stop following the blog for a bit and look at all the progress. can’t wait to jam with you on this bad boy. i know these things are hard to predict, but any preliminary ETA? we should book a jam for that week.

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