I'm thinking Vet's nose might be too big, not sure if I'll stick with it or not. But truth be told she's the one character that constantly keeps being redone more than any other.
Going slowly but surely with this. The issue of Joplin's clothing has been a big problem for a good while. I've bought a bunch of fashion books, but I'm still at a loss as to the kind of clothes he'd normally wear.
Anyway, I'd like to hear some input if anyone has any.
Last edited by Psychotime; August 9th, 2012 at 09:15 AM.
The very last sketchbook image is something I did for a freshmen who bothered to ask.
Ok, might give a go at explaining what I'm thinking here with a copy paste.
The bottom line is that I'm thinking of taking a 1930's cartoon backdrop (particularly the works of Fleischer and Mintz) and twist it into the vein of a shonen comic. But not just any shonen, Jump-style shonen, REAL shonen: Friendship (友情), Endeavor/Struggle (努力),Victory (勝利). Really goofy, huh?
The story takes place in Great Depression Chicago, about a bunch of inexplicably battle suited weirdos who get mixed up with the Mafia, and subsequently an underground anarchist cult that plotted the murder of the mayor.
Last edited by Psychotime; October 13th, 2012 at 06:00 PM.
Hi, I looked at the last 3 pages or so of your sketchbook earlier, nice progress, I really like this http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...Rool/Take1.gif Its very smooth, even though its short, but I know how much time and effort it takes to animate something so nice job there.
some of your life drawings seem to have alot of unsure pencil strokes, maybe a good exercise could be trying to use less lines and more observation with accurate and confidant strokes. I know a basic exercise i'm sure you may have already practiced is to look at an object and try to draw it without looking at the paper your working on.
Great work, very fun stuff here, lots of motion and life and movement in your sketches. Keep at it, good luck.