I’m posting this at 1am because I spent most of the day doing chores around the house. Our spare bedroom is currently being used as my husband's WFH office and we recently found out that my brother needed to move out of his dorm room.
Yesterday (Saturday) was spent clearing out our walk-in closet in the guest bedroom to make it more user friendly and provide space for all of my brother's things and today was spent actually doing laundry and moving him in.
While my husband went to pick up my brother and most of his belongings (unfortunately, a second trip is in order cause it didn’t all fit in the car) I spent time finishing the organization of the second bedroom while the laundry was spinning and tumbling. During my cleaning, I happened across some old binders that housed all my screenplays from film school as well as all the work I did for my costume and set design class.
I couldn’t find the actual assignment sheet that went with these particular sketches, but I suspect it had something to do with a scene our teacher provided us with and we had to come up with potential costumes for the characters.
The thing I loved about these sketches is the simplicity in just conveying what the character wore. It wasn’t as intricate as designing clothes would be, but it was more about conveying the attitude and the style of the person.