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    Hey Rhubix, just stopping in to say hey! Like the style you've got going here. Lot of potential for 3D works. Also that ray gun is perfecto. Keep drawing.


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    Thanks Cout<mecha - in all honesty the year I spent using Maya just solidified my love of 2D animation. 3D makes me crazy - not enough drawing

    Today's contribution is a painting I banged my head off of for a couple hours. Still finding myself reverting back to little brushes - sigh...
    reference from Pixilovely again

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    a few 2-5 minuet gestures... not really satisfied with them... I blame the beer I had last nigh
    I'll cheer myself up with some starcraft 2

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    I like how you get so much life into the sketch, wonderful

    Beer is good. >ahem<

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    I love your lively style! Lots of amazing works in here, even if they were WIPs. I'll be checking back.

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    I'm really liking your sketchbook! You have such a wonderful style and it's great to see you mixing up your animation work with more traditional works. I've subscribed and am looking forward to seeing more.

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    really great updates as always Rhubix !
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    I want to create memories, not to-do lists.

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    Wow. Just wow! I just looked all the way through your sketchbook and I am well and truly inspired! You have improved so much! And you were awesome to start with! I've got some great ideas now I think I might have to go and draw.. now look what you've done! Anyway I just wanted to say, thank you for being an inspiration, you are incredible and keep it up! ^.^

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    Wow, I like what I see - > very cool cartoons. Your animations looks also like you are very talented. And you are reminding me on drawing women and studying anatomy with your last images. Always a painful, but cool reminder to see other artists doing solid studies. Keep it up.

    cheerz, acki

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    Some awesome stuff in here! Great work

    Only thing I would say is that in your cartoony characters, you tend to make the arms a bit too long, I don't know if this is a conscious decision or not, just something I noticed.

    Also, your sketches have so much energy and weight, and you are losing some of that in your cleaned up drawings (cartoons that is heh). Mostly I think that it's them just standing there that makes them look so stiff. I understand this is for animation purposes so that's fine, but try and give some character to their standing poses. Shift some weight around, have fun with it

    Anyway, nitpicking, your stuff is great, keep it up!

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    Nice stuff, love the new updates and that painting looks very good. Keep pushing with these action poses and soon you'll be awesome !

    Don't let Starcraft distract you too much, video games are an incredible time sink (<--- speaking out of years of experience

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    I'm kinda anxious to see what you did with your ten seconds. You have so many character ideas fleshed out, I wonder which one you will animate?

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    keep up the good work miss!! lookin forward to the next update!

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    Thanks for all the comments kiddos I love to hear I've incouraged or inspired a fellow artist- it makes me all warm and gooey inside!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aut0n View Post
    Only thing I would say is that in your cartoony characters, you tend to make the arms a bit too long, I don't know if this is a conscious decision or not, just something I noticed.

    Also, your sketches have so much energy and weight, and you are losing some of that in your cleaned up drawings (cartoons that is heh). Mostly I think that it's them just standing there that makes them look so stiff. I understand this is for animation purposes so that's fine, but try and give some character to their standing poses. Shift some weight around, have fun with it
    The arms isn't conscious but I do prefer too long over too short. Maybe I'm just over-compensating Fabulous advice, I'll try to be more conscious of it in the future.
    Quote Originally Posted by dracken View Post
    Nice stuff, love the new updates and that painting looks very good. Keep pushing with these action poses and soon you'll be awesome !

    Don't let Starcraft distract you too much, video games are an incredible time sink (<--- speaking out of years of experience
    Thanks Dracken! - I'm still in the honeymoon stage with SC2 (zerg ftw!) It has eaten into my drawing a little, but I'm sure it'll pass .... I hope


    Anyways, can't update without an update! I just got back from a trip home to Newfoundland so here's a sampler from my sketchbook on my journeys! Then I'm going to do... something...

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    drawing anything ad everything that's the way

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