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Since everyone else was doing it, I figured hey why not start one of these things too?
Can't say I have too many things worth showing at the current moment, just a bunch of old stuff I did before. I normally draw in some sort of weird ass cartoony style, but I'm trying to take a little break from it to experiment with other things (one of the reasons why I'm here now).
I seem to be pretty handicapped when it comes to coloring/rendering stuff (hence why a lot of my stuff never ends up colored. If it does I probably felt good that day.). Specifically I'm having trouble finding good color sets that can work together, and I always end up getting frustrated with what's there and not finish. As thus, I'm left with just a crappy sketch. Not many tutorials really seem to help, so I figured I should probably ask for assistance on where to start. Anatomy/Perspective/Landscapes are also another problem area for me, but I'll save that for another time.
For the time being though, here's a couple of boring sketches I may or may not have finished (I swear I feel like I have ADD sometimes) along with cheap coloring tests with circles/tumors. Dunno how often I'll update this, but let's just say it'll be a miracle if I did.
Last edited by Rage M.; July 6th, 2011 at 01:16 AM. Reason: Title fix
Nice squishy style! Really enjoy the facial expressions.
I have heard that it helps to start coloring a picture in monochrome first, to understand the values, and then experiment with more varied color (making sure to remember the values in mono). I could be wrong, so take that with a grain of salt! haha. I'm pretty much in the same position when it comes to that subject.
oh and here's an old sketch I did of Max from Sam & Max last year. Excuse the Pringles surfboard, just experimenting with some "dynamic" poses I guess. :V
wow! i love your color studies! i really want to see your coloring applied to your drawings now! keep up the awesome work!
There is more cute and awesome in this journal than I can stand, holy freaking crap.
Great work. I am going in to animation school soon, and your work really inspires me.
I'm just hopin' it ain't too expensive.
if you are looking into animation schools, check out CalArts.
All the great 2d animators went there, I think your work is strong enough.
And thats where all the jobs are.
hey i forgot about this almost
nothing worthwhile except some bullshit sketch of one of my newer lizard thingies (Decorii, based on the latin word "decorus") for a personal project of mine. I gotta break the habit of not finishing at least some sort of doodle.
ive still yet to find a good way to color my sketches
Pretty funny style!!!
I like it!
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Gonna go in the "vault" for a little bit, here's some older drawings from the past year or so, specifically some fanart and a dinosaur thingy I did in Illustrator CS2
...I really do need to get back into using Illustrator for lineart again though :X
Your work has a great sense of motion and you'd probably be great at animation. I'd like to see some more finished work with your cartoons.