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  1. Check out Robot Carnival...

    Check out Robot Carnival, along with Angel's Egg and this list here.
    You may want to check out Mamoru Oshii
    (wikipedia), the director of
    Innocence and
    Satoshi Kon,
    (wikipedia), director of...
  2. 2.) Are there any GOOD anime-inspired artists...

    2.) Are there any GOOD anime-inspired artists (preferably illustrators) you'd like to recommend I use as examples?
    Spend some time researching the anime you find at experimental film festivals.
  3. Are there any GOOD anime-inspired artists...

    Are there any GOOD anime-inspired artists (preferably illustrators) you'd like to recommend I use as examples?
    Yoshitaka Amano - Final Fantasy concept artist.
    Also take a look at Studio Ghibli's...
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    Are any of these colors practically identical to...

    Are any of these colors practically identical to more common colors?
    When looking for oil colors make sure to match the PIGMENT CODES to the paints that he is using. It's not uncommon for paint...
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    Art: But from what I've seen I'm still asking myself...

    But from what I've seen I'm still asking myself questions about things, the last time I played with any sort of clay you had to remove the air from the clay by more or less dropping it onto a flat...
  6. The problem i'm facing now is i can't stick to...

    The problem i'm facing now is i can't stick to one art style/my style

    It's a bit too early for you to commit to a style.

    If you're trying to develop as an artist, you might try tight academic...
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    SketchBook: Try working in 3 or 4 values*, using a few sharp...

    Try working in 3 or 4 values*, using a few sharp and blunt soft pencils**. You can do lots of little thumbnail studies this way, of master works and churning through your own ideas for abstracts and...
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    I second Dow on Composition. Artists would...

    I second Dow on Composition.

    Artists would have been exposed to the masters and their peers, and would be doing study-copies and copying elements, techniques, compositions, etc.

    PS: I bet...
  9. I'm shopping around for a plastic skeleton atm,...

    I'm shopping around for a plastic skeleton atm, and plan to do it over the summer.

    Try making one out of supersculptey or suchlike, built up around a wire and aluminum foil armature?
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    SketchBook: I have strong hopes at receiving some...

    I have strong hopes at receiving some constructive feedback from my work
    Try fishing for it: "I'm somewhat happy with this piece, I think I did x well, but I'm not sure what to do about y. What do...
  11. If you have the time, consider making your own...

    If you have the time, consider making your own ecorche out of supersculptey, wax, or oilclay.

    You'll learn quite a bit by making it.
  12. the pieces lack a sense of unified lighting ...

    the pieces lack a sense of unified lighting

    Ask: "Where is the light coming from? ... So, that means the edges of my shadow shapes should look like this, and my light logic works out like that"....
  13. Gurney uses a camera for his paintings: ...

    Gurney uses a camera for his paintings:

    http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.ca/2011/12/photographing-paintings.html

    This is in part to capture paint texture; he's shooting outside, using a reflector...
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    Art: Oh, If only a pasta machine weren't that...

    Oh, If only a pasta machine weren't that expensive in my country, I'd buy it as soon as I could. But.. It's pricey for now.

    Use a rolling pin. Flip the clay periodically as you roll it out. Try...
  15. Grand Central Academy...

    Grand Central Academy (blog) is in NYC.

    GCA or Academy of Realist Art - Boston will teach you most of what you need to know.

    They and other arc-listed schools are not turning out perfect...
  16. A good animation school such as Gobelin in France...

    A good animation school such as Gobelin in France should teach you much of that.
    http://schools.awn.com/?ltype=program&pcat=2&loc=France
    Those schools may have a Bande Dessinée (comic books like...
  17. Art: If it's a trivial molding job, you could make a...

    If it's a trivial molding job, you could make a mold, cast victory brown sculpture wax or (green/blue/purple jeweler's wax) in it, and then you'd have wax duplicates.

    Chase and polish the wax...
  18. Try the Academy of Realist Art in Toronto. ...

    Try the Academy of Realist Art in Toronto.

    I've been attending the atelier program at Monart Art School of Ottawa which is a daughter school of ARA-Toronto.

    Instruction is somewhat...
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    Art: Which one is the best: fire, mold and cast,...

    Which one is the best: fire, mold and cast, hardener?

    I would suggest you learn casting-moldmaking. Do this at a local art school / community college; there's a lot of fussy details that makes it...
  20. Consider the Academy of Realist Art in Toronto:...

    Consider the Academy of Realist Art in Toronto:
    http://www.academyofrealistart.com/

    It's atelier-type instruction, progressing from copying Bargue drawings, then a cast drawing, then a cast...
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