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    She's got a nip slip!

    had some ideas I was trying out, didnt really like them too much, didnt really fit into the brief. So after some finally doodling around came up with this sketch, my idea will be worked more into it soon. I may change the composition a bit as well

    Im not sure to do this traditional on on PS, maybe a bit of both
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    little update
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    wow its been awhile, heres an update, still doodling around
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    as you can see, a fat man with a mullet.


    I will continue the story soon enough.


    Here is another sketch for tonight, getting the mood
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    your drawings are really good!
    like especially the motions !
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    mino-jen thanks for looking and the nice words

    Ok so here is my story for those interested.

    I think "Newborn" can be a very difficult to interpret and to make an original and creative solution. So after my first thought of a Monkey King and his son, in which the King would get shot by poachers, make thing son a "newborn" king, get it? I thought it was pretty good, but lacked the visual idea for it.

    Then I watched Eastbound and Down.

    I came up with an idea of a white trash guy who could not wrap it up and show the downside to a "Newborn." Granted, it is kinda a literal interpretation of the topic, but if done correctly could be pretty cool.

    This is what I have so far, the man silhouetted is the same guy in my last post, I really like how downtrodden I made him look. My idea for the top half is to have a whole bunch of kids making a ruckus, and have a couple of kids fighting as they are hanging the banner. But will this make it too busy?

    Im looking help on:
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    Top half background (stated above)
    Mother's hair/pose (Im thinking more dramatic)
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    update on the happy expecting mother!!
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    paint test, gouache on illo board
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    Quote Originally Posted by Equality72521 View Post

    Then I watched Eastbound and Down.

    I came up with an idea of a white trash guy who could not wrap it up and show the downside to a "Newborn." Granted, it is kinda a literal interpretation of the topic, but if done correctly could be pretty cool.
    That's actually a really good idea.

    Also, this is off-topic, but tremendous kudos for Eastbound and Down.
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    ninjacat11 thanks and Eastbound is, frankly, one of the best stories Ive ever seen told and/or acted

    basic composition
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    I'm really enjoying watching this progress. The mother is brilliant.
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    Justice Von Brandt thank you very much!
    Black Spot Im glad you like the mother!

    line drawing with some values. Tonight I will be making my finished and clean line drawing, then with the painting and rendering.
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