Fight Club Brief

Fight Club, The Narrator (Edward Norton’s Character)
I used the same principle as Marla with pencils, chalks and inks. I did experiment with the colour schemes though, as you can see in the example below. After much back and forth I decided to go with a colour scheme similar to Marla’s as it was less jarring and it made them work better as a set. I actually preferred the first finished Narrator as an individual image, as you can see as it actually portrayed his lack of sleep and general demise into Tyler.

"This is your life and it's ending one minute at a time..." - 2014 - Pencil, Chalk & Ink on paper - A set of portraits I did of the 3 main characters from fight club. I tried using colours that were more mellow. For the narrator (Edward Norton) I used a combination of all the colour schemes from the other two characters.

Fight Club (Marla)
As part of my cult movie collection a few people requested I produce a Fight Club set. As I specialize in portraits I decided to produce a set of the three main characters. I wanted to produce drawings just using pencils, inks and chalks, before cleaning the drawings up. I tried using colours that were more mellow and psychedelic. For Marla I used some of colours schemes she wore in the film. I started with pencil drawings and finished with the inks and chalks.

"This is probably one of those cry-for-help things!" - 2014 - Pencil, Chalk & Ink on paper - A set of portraits I did of the 3 main characters from Fight Club. I tried using colours that were more mellow and psychedelic. For Marla I used some of colours schemes she wore in the film.

"The Things you own end up owning you!" - 2014 - Pencil, Chalk & Ink on paper - A set of portraits I did of the 3 main characters from the film Fight Club. I tried using colours that were more mellow. I originally had them in clothes and colours from the film but thought it would look better slightly more psychedelic.
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