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    STRINGS' JUNGLE FEVER{ some nudity }

    The lo' down: Aspiring to become a good storyboard artist /cg artist but first I need to learn how to draw, paint, and composition well.

    Here is a collection of early drawings, slowly easing my way out of messy lines.

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    Very nice costume design there! Just watch your anatomy proportions.
    A very good start - keep 'em coming!

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    Cool stuff man, but damn those last pics are HUGE! Had to zoom my browser out to 50% to get a proper look at them. ^_^ Moar please?

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    very interesting stuff mate, keep workin!

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    Keep drawing, man. I love the storyboarding stuff. That warehouse 3d is an ace. I like the texturing.
    I watched your demo reel on your blog and I love it.
    Check out my demo reel, man.
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    It's kind of boring showing characters rotation over and over, I guess, but still, I m gonna use it to apply jobs around.

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    Hey awesome sb man! Also im really loving the last perspective

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    koncept

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    updated: layout presentation

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    Getting into storyboards

    Creating some storyboards

    updated: layout presentation

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    Nice sb. You've got very clean lines. Love the storyboards.

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    Hi Strings! Thanks for dropping by my Sb man!
    I love the storyboards you posted, and the " No means No" sketch was funny!
    Would love to see more anatomy studies from you though.
    P.S. you might want to add a link to your SB in your signature..makes it easier for people to find it.
    well, till next time!

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    To the kindness of strangers:

    Deon - Thanks for the first feedback on the SB, I'm starting fresh to begin a proper drawing approach.

    Imaginary - Thanks for dropping by! I'm gonna watch the size of the pictures for future updates. Will keep on making 'moar'

    Dan Valkar - Absolutely, gonna keep on truckin' with the drawing.

    Tmyohlaing - How goes the demo/portfolio dude?

    Monkeyman478 - Glad you found it awesome, I'd have to keep updating then

    Pixie Trick - Thanks for checking out my SB! Keep updating yours also.

    the ANGRY filipino - Hey thanks for finding me all the way here, the ANGRY filipino. I definitely need to get back to doing anatomy studies, I've put them on the backburner for a while now. Pass some of that RAGE!

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    Hey thanks Imaginary, will definitely study more. I'm reading a book for it as well by Mark Simon, who's done thousands (if not by the million) of these storyboards for liveaction and feature films apparently.

    Well, here's another study of the film Touch of Evil.

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    Added dialogue to the Blade Runner thumbnails, it is beginning to look a lot like a comic book page.

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    nice art thanks for visiting my SB

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    starship troopers excerpt

    A scene from the film, Starship Troopers. Storyboard study.

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    Man dedication could never be bothered doing storyboarding... thats why i have you JOKES!

    Keep up the good work and keep storyboarding and drawing

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    robocop sketch

    monkeyman478: definitely, thanks.

    This is a sketch I did today, nostalgic kind of.

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    (1) Blackwidow Assassin storyboard concept.

    (2) Illustration/Marker rendering

    (3) Concept Bike sketch

    (4) Editorial images

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    based on a previous design that I made

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    I see your keeping up with those storyboards, they are very entertaining..wish I knew how to do storyboards...
    Great ROBOCOP sketches by the way, nice emotion on his face.
    Keep it up with those studies man! And those boot designs rock!

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB.
    Nice storyboards! And I love your lines. I'd like to see some more of your fully rendered pieces.

    Keep up the good work.

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    Oooo, I like those boots. You should paint those up nice and shiny. (another vote for a fully rendered) The first view of it looks like it could do with some ankle thinning though. As always is seems your boards are wonderful. Bumping up the opacity to fill in large areas might help to keep things looking clean if you go into ps with them.

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    Great work, the comic strips are awesome, keep up the good work.

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    the ANGRY filipino - Thanks for dropping by dude, glad you like the pieces. I'm gonna take some time to sink in some anatomy studies this weekend as poses become 'extremingly' difficult to draw on dynamic shots. Thanks for the compliments, definitely learning a lot as I keep going with these.

    MJ_Alcazar: Your lines are amazing! and thanks I'm gonna attempt to do one of these panels from my personal storyboard concept and see how 'polished' I can make it. I'll be checking your SB often.

    Pixie Trick: Hey thanks for that tip, I'll definitely try that. I agree with the ankle thinning, It may also need another crease to allow a proper up-and-down pivoting motion of the feet.

    Icedearth15876: Thanks for the kind words.

    On a new note:

    I've stretched the 3 panels that I started out with of the Blackwidow Assassin, and produced 25 more panels (sweeeet). Just a little backstory, this is meant to portray the hero preventing a cargo train of MOBS that had pulled off some kind of heist, then manage to sneak past undetected by using the UNDERGROUND train system. The hero, would have some aspects of a typical superhero trait, but I'm working to see how I could tone it down just slightly anywhere along lines of the limitation of physics without becoming superman-ish. I typically go from one idea to another anyway, I fear of ADD.

    Excuse any grammar, sshepelling errors.

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    interesting variety. That marker rendering is sweet, also because of the emotional expressions. And storyboard/film studies? Blade Runner? The very idea itself is just cool hehe
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    Your storyboards are sweet I thoroughly enjoyed looking at them. As MJ Alcazar said though, seeing some of your completed pieces would be neat as well. Your hatching on post #18 is awesome as well

    Keep up the good work, I'll be sure to pop back in

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    Keeviin : Thanks mate, or matey! right back at ya.

    Karein : Hey thanks for swinging by, I def'n'tly need to work on committing myself to rendering a full image. Glad u like the boards and the robocop sketch.

    Here's some 'ore marker rendering from today, I'm starting to get the hang of it. Except the areas where bleeding occurs.

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