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    The painted version of post 262 is fantastic... great atmosphere and choice of colors! It's really nice to see you updating your sketchbook so often.
    "We all have 10000 bad drawings in us so the sooner you get them out the better" - Walt Stanchfield

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    Thanks all for comments
    Joe- I'll drop by your SB with something
    P_sage - always glad to see more 2D folk. - sad to say my new toy isn't here yet- my husband repaired my patchy tablet
    letsgopangolin- thanks - maybe I'll put some character renders on the to-do list
    Baudolino, always a pleasure

    Today's update is a compolation of some of the animated props and effects I worked on for the awesome-sauce show By the Rapids.

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    Wow.. your animation is so good, the only thing which stood out was maybe the coffee cup at the beginning, I think maybe it was going in slow motion but it felt a bit floaty at one point. The rest of it though, wow.. I'm impressed.. Your stuff is looking slick! =)
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    Thanks Kungfoowiz - That coffee cup is a slow-mo shot, the second one is the reaction shot of it hitting the floor. Complete with historical slow-mo old lady

    Today's assortment are some studies from some assorted illustrator super stars. Wally wood, Steve Ditko, Bernard Krigstein, and Lou Fine. Also a mermaid Everyone likes a mermaid.
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    Nice update I like your animations, some stuff feels not natural to me,
    the coffee feels veeeeeeery thick as if the spoon could stand in it, it
    doesn't feel very liquid to me, more like a thick sauce.

    The building when it explodes it looks like a balloon to me, not like heavy
    stones, because the stones go all at once as if they would be made out
    of paper.

    I never tried to animate things like this, and I am sure it took you hours to
    do that, I just want to say good job man your drawings look like always
    damn good I learn so much from your sketchbook, I will rate it !!
    Last edited by iven; October 5th, 2011 at 05:53 PM. Reason: forgot to say that the drawings look sooo good !!

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    I really like your color studies, the old car, onyon, and deseard. The last piece is also looking really nice.
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    Thanks for your incites Iven, I'm not sure what you mean about the building 'cuz there were no buildings in the set- There was a scoreboard, and some windows? one of those?

    Thanks so much Martin C

    Here's some sketchy stuffs
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    These sketches are a joy to look at. There is a lot of personality to each piece and it's really marvelous.
    Free for commissioned work
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    Always a pleasure MeteorCat

    been a few days, so here's some study things and an in progress piece I'm gonna try to colour. Playing with a new brush set - Still waiting on cintiq
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    Thank you for your nice words on my sketchbook once again. I really appreciate it.

    I haven't checked yours in a while... shame on me. ( It still looks incredible! ) And it's so nice to see you picking up new stuff. Keep up the awesome work !
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    sometimes i feel your colours are little off, how is your computer screen? that mermaid has quite strong saturated colour that is weird, kind of bit distracting

    You could try to experiment in photoshop (if you use) with colour balance/selective colour tools, these would help you to get more balanced colours

    btw: those character drawings are quite delicious...
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    Thanks Mila,

    Nettle_Mountain : My monitor's just recently been calibrated, I'm afraid it's my vision that's the problem ^_^ I'm colourblind - I try to make up for it with colour theory, reference, and a friend who's kind enough to act as my colour-stylist, but I often over-saturate things to compensate.
    Looking for colour balance/selective colour tools - sounds smart. I've seen some nice colour wheels out there with diad / triad stuff built in - I'll have to have a look around

    Thanks for dropping by

    Here's what happened with my trolly-friend. I'm not so much satisfied as sick of looking at him >.<
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    I love the troll piece. It's so awesome.
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