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May 23rd, 2006
I wanted to share this with everyone because I think it's a very good idea, and I was wondering if there were other projects like it going on around the world.
I am doing some...
After working closely with some of my animation friends and having my brains beaten in over method of simplification, I've gotten down this far. I think this is my last stage before "Oh crap I only...
More progress. I was instructed to break the bodies down into shape parts. But then I backtracked and got too complicated again.
Dum dee dum. Okay, working out characters. This is my first attempt at trying desparately to simplify them (and a few setting thumbnails)
Okay, after a story brainstorming session with a friend, here is a revised idea.
Story as such:
Intro with establishing stuff, director is directing male actor, stage manager assists.
I think the sequence idea is a good one, but you may want to flesh out your boards a bit to make them less static. A bit of camera movement might do the trick. For example, would you want to focus...
I updated as well with some rough thumbnail sketches. I'm mostly concerned with whether the story idea will stand alone. Ding.
Okay, a few sketchies to share. I did several pages of sketches for the stage manager, then picked out several that I was more pleased with than the others. Then I realized that the ones I picked...
This is the scariest thing for me to do EVER.
OY! I am so terrified to do this! But facing fear is what the Thunderdome is all about, yes?
My side-kick concept is going to focus on the role of the stage manager, because never does a...
Oh man, it'd be really good for me to enter this. I'll see if I can come up with a concept in 3 days. *Gets to workins*
I made this glass sculpture of my friend's comic character.
Another creative gift was actually for the same person. He writes constrained,...
I think that not forcing myself to realize this item is my biggest self-imposed limitation in all things life-related.
SketchBook: Thanks for the comments, Icey! Okay, now for...
Thanks for the comments, Icey!
Okay, now for something completely different.
If there's one thing I consider myself sorely unpracticed on, it's perspective and architecture. Imagine my...
It really depends a lot on the individual school teaching it. I take a style of Kempo that is very comprehensive, focused entirely on self defense and being able to use a person's energy against...
SketchBook: I really love the paint study of the dog, the...
I really love the paint study of the dog, the brush strokes lend themselves so well to the windy-atmosphere sort of feel. Are you going to do the final in a similar, loose sort of way?
SketchBook: I'm really loving the variation showing up in...
I'm really loving the variation showing up in your faces lately. I am often caught in the fatal trap of "this is how a face looks, and this is it". Your studies are unique but all very believable....
SketchBook: Okay I'm back, woo! Visible improvements with...
Okay I'm back, woo!
Visible improvements with each post, man. Your faces are starting to look a lot more natural, less flat and really part of the head. Great job on the legs with this most...
SketchBook: I get 10000 lashes! Shame! Shaaaaaaaaame! I'm...
I get 10000 lashes! Shame! Shaaaaaaaaame! I'm really sorry for being so absent, guys. Mysterious illnesses.
I have a couple things to share, though.
The first, my Kempo instructor wanted...
These are looking great, everybody! I promise I will go back and leave lengthier commentary when I get a moment.
As for mine, I should make it a...
So we can just post the image whenever we are ready?
I get to borrow a tablet PC at work and I have played around with it in Photoshop and Flash. It's a compaq (a tc1000, i believe). Although it works okay for drawing, it is not geared towards that...
Number_6, that sounds really fun! I want to do one of those now. I see what Lord Blue means about how they can go on forever, though.
Pixel--alas, that does seem to be the lowest common...
I have never heard of that style of competition, but it sounds like it would be a fun one.
When I refer to sketchwar and sketchbattle, I'm referring specifically to existing competitions...
True, but thunderdomes seem to be more focused on picking a theme to illustrate, whereas sketchwar and sketchbattle the theme of the art itself is to make fun of your opponent. Thunderdome trash...
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