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    Here are some mythical creatures!
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    Finally some animation
    I saw some concept art for Megamind and was inspired to animate a nifty retro ray-gun
    Oh, and super awesome news- I'm getting a Cintiq!! it should be here by my birthday in 2 weeks
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    Yo, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and giving me some good advice as to how to tackle faces. I must say your cartoony style is awesome!
    Everything is better with dinosaurs.
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    you are still rocking rhubix! how did you create that animation ? hand drawn or some program similar to AE ?
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    I hope we have already know each other. If not, lets connect!
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    Thanks folks
    TomDeVis- I created it classically in Toonboom animate pro (my favorite!) The lightning was done in 4 layers with different effect modules. I'll post a break down of the 4 pieces
    Lightning is a tonne of fun to animate because it's just squiggly lines attached to a glow filter
    layer 2 is some colored highlights, it's on a second layer because the glow colour needed different settings, then some blurry aura type stuff.

    As for the post: I've got the usual bic pen sampler from the subway and an in progress photoshop piece I've been doing.
    It started as a simple background for an animation but got out of control...
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    Thanks for dropping into my sk and giving me some sound advice. Twas good to peruse your sk, I especially like your sketches very expressive with minimal line work, I could learn from that
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    o: your stuff is great haha, i see a bright future as a 2d animator, keep improving.
    -We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.

    -Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em.

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    gibbo19

    thanks for the comment
    seems youve been working really hard as well
    and it shows in your work.
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    First of all thanks for stopping by my SB

    As always your work is awesome and I am super impressed by your clear lines and strong colors. Very nice style. I also love that background piece, although the perspective seems a bit off...not sure how, but that bridge looks a bit squished...

    Also, your talk about animation made me notice that you don't really have many "active" poses. Almost all your characters are sitting or standing (There are a few jumping/ flying girls and I saw some muscle-dudes lifting heavy stuff)...maybe some more gesture drawings could help loosen the drawings?

    Either way, good luck and keep pushing.
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    Hey there! Beautiful sketchbook; your gestural sketches, like the animals studies on the last page, are really beautiful. Your paintings are really improving as well; that onion in post #177 looks awesome. I don't know if you still do this at all, but in some of your previous paintings, it kinda looked like you were building the image up using small and low opacity brushes, which was giving your work a fuzzy, scribbly kind of look. Working with broader brushes and thicker paint to start off with is more efficient and more visually appealing as well. Btw, love that centaur in post #196; is that a Fantasia reference by any chance? Keep up the good work!
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    Thanks for all the comments I luvs them!
    Dracken - as for the minimal gestures I took a look see and your totally right. I draw every day on the subway and people on the subway aren't particularly dynamic! I'll make an effort to get somewhere more interesting or find some online reference

    Dierat - good call on the painting, I keep reading all over the place that I should use broader brushes and stuff but it doesn't seem to sink in. I really have to give myself a proper shake on that!
    The centaur wasn't from anything in particular but I will go look up the ones from Fantasia to compare .

    In the mean time, it's unethical to post without art in a SB so here's a sampling of today's sketches!
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    just keep sketching... just keep sketching...
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    Wow. I seriously love your sketchbook. Your sketches are just so alive. I've got to start organizing my time better so I don't neglect my imagination time while trying to catch up on all the studies I need to do.
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