So now I have made my leap over to the realm of the Chess Set. I have a few approaches I may take, a few paths I could traverse. The problem I have with each new section is that it is very open ended, anything is possible… until it is not. Yet that is not a bad thing.
I may try to approach this as if I have been given a specific direction from an employer. This might not be a bad approach as it will see if I can simply do the job. It may be more directed, but that does not remove all chances of artistic licensing. The best art is most often the most directed and planned one: unlimited “freedom” tends to look the same (like a child jamming on the piano), while directed and skilled work often becomes most distinguished and unique (A concert pianist).
Here is what I am currently looking at, but not yet determined to do:
This one appeals to some of the extruding sections of the earlier portions of the course.
I am mainly interested in the board. I like how it looks, even if I don’t use it.
Simple Shapes and colour might be good, using a low-Poly look for a high-poly chess set.
I like the board and the pieces somewhat remind me of the illustrations found in the Dr. Suess’ children’s books.