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    Nice update Mr Sage - delicate flowing lines but good strong form ... I like!

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    Graphic

    This is a graphic I created to use on my business card.

    P SAGE! Mr.Twin, thanky for the encouragement. I'll keep posting my animals as they come and I'll try to put up more cartoons.

    Rabinkind Yeah,I like doing the gestures too. I'll keep 'em comin'.

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    Animations

    Here's a link to my blog: BLOG!
    These are some animations that I did as 1/2 hour...or so... tests for my animation club. Enjoy

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    Cool - nice little animations

    My favorites are the short wine-glass thingy jumping from left to right and the ufo. I feel they both have the most natural movement and completed sequence - keep up the good work and would be great to see a slightly longer animation sequence. Out of interest have you heard of Toon Boom animation software? http://www.toonboom.com I've been using Toon Boom Studio for quite a few years now and find it very intuitive and more similar to traditional animation process then Flash.

    Keep rocking

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    Sketches



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    Haha cute update - now where is that dynamic mole!

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    Dynamic Mole

    Here ya go, sir, 7. I should upload the other moles I was working on before this one. I'll get to that once I get back from work. Tell me what you think. Not quite Dynamic, but it'll get there soon.

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    Hahaha - that's awesome ... ninja mole!

    No crits dude you've nailed it

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    Stuff 'n' stuff

    Goin' on a Fruits and Veggies binge

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    Full of character - cute but not sickly sweet

    More!

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    Mini Sketch Dump

    'ere ya go.

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    Really cool toons. Love the fruit. And the Michael Jackson.

    You should post more; really

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    Really nice work as always - dude man, you're rockin this cartoon style - how about some fully rendered colour pieces?

    I love the character and life you have in these toons

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    COLORED!!!!

    I finally colored it!!!

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    Other Color

    Finally got this one done,too.

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    Oops

    Here's another color scheme that might work better. Whaddya think?

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    hehe - nice work as usual dude! My only gripe is Why so Loooooong between posts! lol

    Can't make my mind up which colour scheme I prefer - the blue is kinda too strong and the brown being the same as his hair kinda over-does the brown... maybe if you toned down the blue to more of a typical office work shirt blue (whatever that is!)

    Anyways - keep it up! and checked out your blog and love the business card idea with the lil panda falling and rolling.



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    Yeah....

    Ah, Mr. 7. I am guilty. I haven't been able to post much in the last 3 months. I'm graduating in 5 days, so things have kinda gotten in the way of posting. I will be posting more soon! Once parties ensue and much merriment has been had, I shall once again be prolific. TTYS!

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    Dude! - you musta been partying for like .. what is it about a year now???? O.o that's some partyyyyyy!!!!!!! Lets see some postage of art!!!

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    I'm Back

    Here are a few things I've done recently. Gonna get back into posting regularly.

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    Brulee Illustration

    For funsies

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    Dr Petrol

    Got to play with a Cintiq on this one. SO much fun. I don't have much experience painting in Photoshop. Any suggestions will be very much appreciated.

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    Just to show I'm doing things

    A friend said to draw her something, so I did this. Just to show I'm painting.

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    Dancer

    My friend has a picture I started painting over. She's a dancer. Not sure where I'm going with this painting, but it's fun to play with.

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    A Friend From CO

    Looked at about 4 pictures of a friend and came up with this. I could probably push some features a lot more, like his eyes....

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    The friend Zac

    I've been meeting more and more people who are named Zac without an "h" or a "k" after it. I find that odd. Just like a guy in high school what Chadd, with that extra "d".

    Guy lips are hard.

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    Sketch Dump of sorts

    On the beach I started playing with the dry sand. Never worked with dry sand before this. I had to keep my body fairly still or the wind would blow the face away, hahaha.
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    For my nephews birthday I gave him a sketchbook. Inside the front cover I drew Cap, his favorite Super. I'm fairly pleased with how it turned out.
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    I watched a movie with my family called The Big Year with Jack Black, Owen Wilson and Steve Martin in it. The movie is about birding and finding as many species within a calendar year as possible. The movie sounds boring, but it's not. We all decided to do our own Big Year, though it's not going to be as exciting as in the movie.
    In this challenge, we all are picking our Target Bird, the bird that is the most exciting to see and is not the easiest to find. I chose the Calliope Hummingbird. Smallest hummingbird in the US and one of the more striking.
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    Hey, Sage! Thanks so much for stopping by my sketchbook. Funny enough, I was working on a comment for yours before I even knew you commented but my computer crashed :C haha. Well, enough unrelated banter, you have a really great sketchbook going on here! I especially like that bird in the last post.

    You have a really great style, but I think you could benefit from doing some more realistic facial studies, as well. It seems that you're already doing realistic figures here and there so good work on that. I really think it would strengthen your cartoon style as well.

    For the Captain America sketch (what a sweet gift idea, by the way!) I would just suggest making his muscles a bit more solid? I can't think of the correct word, but his muscles seems a bit saggy or deflated. Not very noticeably but perking them up a bit more would give him a more hard-muscle look. Also squaring his chest muscles a tiny bit more might help.

    I was looking for muscley chests and accidentally stumbled across a screen from the Captain America movie. Can't believe I didn't think to look for that initially. Anyway, hopefully this picture shows what I'm trying to say better.
    http://i.imgur.com/4LtwQ.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stroudle View Post
    For the Captain America sketch (what a sweet gift idea, by the way!) I would just suggest making his muscles a bit more solid? I can't think of the correct word, but his muscles seems a bit saggy or deflated. Not very noticeably but perking them up a bit more would give him a more hard-muscle look. Also squaring his chest muscles a tiny bit more might help.

    I was looking for muscley chests and accidentally stumbled across a screen from the Captain America movie. Can't believe I didn't think to look for that initially. Anyway, hopefully this picture shows what I'm trying to say better.
    http://i.imgur.com/4LtwQ.jpg
    Awesome. Thanks for the crit! I totally see what you're saying.

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    Whoa Whoa! updates nice work Sage my man! So annoying the way CA doesn't notify me of my subscriptions any more but glad I dropped by anything new??

    Rock on buddy! (Oh and Mahran and I have started doing superhero challenges again! the first one that's just ended didn't have many people join in but if you're interested drop by - we haven't got to the poll yet so if you did something that would be ace! )

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