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    A little more variation in your lines couldn't hurt. I notice that many of your pencil drawings (mostly the mechs) have the same line-thickness all around. That flattens the image out, plus the design tends to get lost.

    I enjoy your animations. Keep posting.
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    Flash Designer

    Thanks Ex, I think your right about that, I'm more of a sketcher painter
    than an inker. That's why I have problems sometimes. I will hopefully
    be able to work in some vector programs to correct this problem.


    Again something from my homesite to break up the space in here after
    so many figure drawings. Some beasties!!!



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    Anime Figure Drawings:Female

    For the second installment of the figure drawings series of course will be the female side of things. Personally I think the anime females are more expressive than the males and have a lot of action! With translating them into figure drawings you really have to use your imagination sometimes as a lot of very important curves are sometimes obscured or distorted. You may notice that there are different maturity levels within even in kids shows which makes anime attractive to all ages of animation fans. The same rules apply in terms of figures that didn't meet with the standards of traditional anatomy.

    ANIME FIGURE DRAWINGS:FEMALE




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    ONCE AGAIN I HOPE THESE ARE USEFUL TO ANYONE IN THE ANIMATION FIELD WHO IS MESMERIZED BY THE NOMENCLATURE OF THE ANIME MEDIUM OR NEEDS A QUICK GUIDE FOR DRAWING FEMALE FIGURES FOR ANIMATION. I HOPE YOU WILL ADD AND IMPROVE UPON THESE DRAW, IF YOU DO PLEASE LET ME SEE1!!!


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    Hey a mad flurry of stuff and hard work!! the studies are getting good and good for you doing them!! the action is your best work - when someone is in action, you are really inspiring me to do more studies!! The submission for heavy metal needs some work, the middle figure looks goos the one on the left looks very thick in the neck area. just slim her neck down a bit. I like the gun! and keep going on these radical diverse studies!! Wow what progress here!!
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    woooo, lots of poses, really good work, more more!, cheers mate!
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    dude where are you?? I wrote Aug 30th and where's my update!! LOL!!
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    Animating Dragons:Adult Content...:)

    Thanks Zulu, really app reciate your face here as you are a cool persona and make really neat drawings as well, trying different things all the time trying to expand your range;

    Well Kelly, what can I say...been tied up a lot lately, more recently than lately with issues beyond my control. So hastily but whole heartedly I've posted this update. I'm trying to animate some more with vectors. These dragons are my latest victims in this regard. I'm not a big dragon person, they always seem to sneak into my sketches when I'm wanting to do a mecha droid destructor cyber being. Or one of my one horned for eyed flying purple people eaters.

    Oh well! Enjoy!

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    Will have some more characters laterz!

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    awesome droid man next and I happen to like dragons quite a bit!! and thanks for doing this within 3-5 minutes!!!
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    The Outkatz!

    I'm not sure what that last message alludes to ? But still working it out tonight with some light humor. Finishing up an illustration I made of some WB style cats getting all dressed up-The title should be called The Outkatz!





    I tawt I taw...
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    Haha nice one. The poses is good , alot of dynamic poses.
    One thought on the dragon, i really like the pencil one, but i think some part is to busy. Maybe is the size, post a larger one. Wanna see more detail on it.
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    OUTKATZ!-boing!

    OUTKATZ-back after these messages!

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    We Now Return to the Outkatz!!!

    We Now Return to the Outkatz!!!

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    While the Cats Away...
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    Nice update, cute character. One question why you make your character flat with color ?
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