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June 9th, 2008 #1
Rage M. Awesome Sketchbook, Great Job!
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 02:16 AM. Reason: Title fix
Hide this ad by registering as a memberJune 9th, 2008 #2
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.
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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
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wow! i love your color studies! i really want to see your coloring applied to your drawings now! keep up the awesome work!
June 10th, 2008 #9
There is more cute and awesome in this journal than I can stand, holy freaking crap.
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Great work. I am going in to animation school soon, and your work really inspires me.
June 10th, 2008 #13
I'm just hopin' it ain't too expensive.
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if you are looking into animation schools, check out CalArts.
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All the great 2d animators went there, I think your work is strong enough.
And thats where all the jobs are.
September 6th, 2008 #20
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
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Pretty funny style!!!
I like it!
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October 3rd, 2008 #23
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
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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.