This will be my first time participating in an event like this, and also my first time in producing a 24-Hour comic, so I am pretty excited! I don't quite know what to expect, but I feel the experience will present me with considerations regarding time-keeping, simplicity, and visualisation which I've never met before.
For more information regarding the festival and the event, check out the Truro Festival website here.
I did this separately from the bottles to see how this area would
look like when I brought the two together. Unlike the bottles,
I had forgot to take photographic reference for the beans after I'd
drawn them, so I concentrated on getting across the feel of vegetables..
...This is what the image looks like when pieced together. The colours match in richness, but as you can see I lack contrast in the bowl.
I could work on this much more, but just a little touch to demonstrate the point for myself.. A few more shadows for the bowl were added, and some seasoning to give the beans more texture and the sketch another point of interest.
Putting things to good use. I don't actually drink very much.. The far left is a house-warming gift from our landlady; In the centre is an old Birthday present from a friend of mine; The Rosé is a gift from a friend a few years ago before she moved to Singapore. We are saving all three for a special moment!