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    Those brush sets were a good deal! Liking the latest work.


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    Thanks Mila

    Been frustrated on the animation front lately - creating a bunch of horrible patch work garbage and decided to go back to basics. I did a yawn, inspired by the trusty survival guide. Here it is- super rough but gave me a good idea of what I need to work on.
    I keep painting cubes and doing anatomy studies but it eluded me to just do simple animation studies >.< Going to dedicate some serious time to upping my classical skills
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    # 343/347 are very cool I should do some animation stuff too, I really like how you use PS.
    Very inspiring

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    hands... mostly

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    5 stars! Merry christmas! *****
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    Thanks Dark_Eyes ^_^

    Just to prove I havn't been idol here's a little bit of sketch-mess, wip on my potluck (colours are just preliminary, trying to work out what I'm doing there.... suggestions would be great)
    The majority of my time has been spent on this month's 11 second club sound file- It wont be done for the contest, but I really need some dialogue for my demo reel. I'll post it when I've got most of it done.

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    cool study rhubix! some darker overal values here and there , but pretty spot on most of the time! keep it up!

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    Hi Rhubix

    Thanks for the sketchbook visit and the advice, that was really good of you to take the time thanks a lot! You have also given me something new to think about which is also brilliant.

    I have wandered through your SB before and love your style of cartoons (you gotta love cartoons eh!) I like the boxers image too. You really get a feel for the action in that one, well done.

    all the best for the new year matey i hope its a good one for you.
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    You have a lot of wonderful work Keep at what you're doing, a lot of those studies are great!

    I'm wondering if you'll be able to up your animation skills by really pushing the gestures further. Walt Stanchfield comes to mind when dealing with this subject. I've read a good portion of the first Drawn to Life book, I bet it could be useful to you. Even if you know a lot of what he says, the book has a lot of inspirational quotes.
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    oooo, you've got some great stuff yourself. nice variation, good to explore. looking forward to seeing more of your animation. Been wanting to jump into toon boom myself

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    ~ RBeek - good eye, bud. /kicking myself, will check with the grey filter next time.
    ~Lightship69 - Always happy to help ^_^. ~ is my love of cartoons that obvious?
    ~jacen05 - Thanks - definitely spot on advice. I'm a really wimpy poser! I'll have to make a special effort on that front. I actually have both of the drawn to life books, but I think a refresher read is in order!
    ~Ciicru - Thanks - I love toomboom, it's my favorite animation software. Best drawing tools for any vector program I've played with .

    Been cleaning some toons so these will look familiar. Been spending most of my time making things look pretty and presentable.
    The 3rd group was inspired by my nan and her friends, They used to run around in the center character's "party van" driving all over the Avalon peninsula for dart games, cards, dances and dinners. A very fun and inspirational crowd.

    Happy new year all!! Happy sketching

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    I really like your stuff! It really comes to life. That is something that I wish to be able to do one day!

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    hehe, lovely toons rhubix! each one has personality those hand studies a few posts above-- excellent. i need to do more D:
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    more toons Thanks Jarrad & Teapo

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