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    Hey One who drinks tea,

    Thanks for stopping by me sketchbook. I do appriciate your words. You have some amazing stuff here. I really like your use of colors. I have yet to venture into the color world but plan to in a few years.


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    I myself am studying animation but the school that I attend focuses more on 3d animation, so I try to stay balanced by practicing 2d on the side. I enjoyed your water color paintings. I started using water colors recently and I've learned it is a very hard medium to use.

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    Thanks for the kind comments and here's an update on the Philharmonic animation I've been working on.


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    This is another animation work in progress being done this semester. It's animated using photoshop cs, monkeyjam (a free simple animation/xsheet program) and windows movie maker. All thoughts are welcome




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    Heres the full Erie philharmonic animation we did. It played live last night to the Erie philharmonic orchestra and went very well ^_^ also is some doodles I did for a buddy of mine.




    Tea Drinker's Sketchbook <--- Three years later.....

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    Hey Tea Drinker!

    I really enjoyed the animations! My wife and I watched the philarmonic one together, and she said it was really pretty. Keep up the great work!

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    Thanks Kingcoyote

    current work in progress, and the reason I won't be sleeping this weekend.


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    Very good work on that animations! They`re just great, thank you for sharing!

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    Really nice, quiet interlude... The transition between when he meets the butterfly, and when he chases it deeper into the woods is a little shakey. It seems like you went on to th next thing before finishing what you were working on.

    Keep up the great work, I can't wait to see how this turns out.

    Oh yeah, I also thought the music went very well with the story, and its flow and movement.

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    I LOVE the animation with the little boy.
    U most have put alot of work into it, making every frame and stuff :p
    keep up the great work!!

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    Impressing variation of mediums and drawing styles through the sketchbook! The animations are amazing and other pieces I especially like are the Vermeer study and http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1207877678 (the left one just pops right out, great foreshortenings). Watch out for wide ankles and big feet on the figures though. Keep these coming!

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    Been an eventful last few weeks. I am now a full fledge animator! well one with a diploma now that is. Been helping fixing up my family's house while getting things together so I can send portfolios/reels to animation studios. Currently working as well with a buddy on getting a portfolio site up. But anyway figured I would post some of my paintings and progress that was made on the "My Forest" animation.



    kingcoyote - Thanks for your wonderful comments, they really do mean alot.

    Ulver - Glad you like them; thanks for watching.

    Grafguy - Glad you like the work so far

    smuli - your very right on the ankles and feet it's a bad habit. But gonna work on it for sure




    Still a work in progress, but this actually showed at my University Spring film show. Hope to get more progress done on it soon but have been slowed down due to my stylus has disappeared in the chaos of moving home. So now I await a new shiny one via mail.

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    Hello again One who Drinks Tea,

    I like the paintings, just one question. Is the tea pot ceramic or silver?

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    Great colour vibration in this last one with the use of tightly packed spectral colours arounf the edges.

    Very expressive

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    Amazing art, beautiful animation series! You have a telent, which must be developed! I vote EXCELLENT!

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