The basic pose concept I had for this was pretty simple – Scarecrow has a bright idea. Everyone knows the Scarecrow wants a brain throughout the first several chapters of the book. Yet, he is usually the one coming up with ideas for the group. For this pose, I took a selfie of myself for reference. I wanted him to feel a bit lanky, sort of like the actor in the film, but also I wanted this rendition to be its own.
So, I used mainly earthy tones for him and muted blues. He’s made of old blue clothes and stuffed with straw. His face is painted. I think if the Munchkins were painting his facial features, maybe they paint a little more design on his face. So, these are the concepts for his face. He reads a book.
He’s flanked by a couple of crows because, well, he’s not a very good scarecrow. The fencing is old blue, wooden and weathered. A cornfield is behind him and the sky, I wanted it like the sky in the Nirvana Heart Shaped Box music video, which is based on the Wizard of Oz.
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