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    Thank you.

    Here are a few frames from a nonlinear comic I'm working on. The layout is going to be grid-based, like this :

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    ...and will contain two narratives; one follows the rows in the grid, the other one follows the columns and must be read right-to-left, top-to-bottom (japanese reading). This way, nine frames are shared between both the narratives. I've written the story already, there's just most of the drawing left to do.

    These are the top-right frames :

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    i want your lines... give them to me!!

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    Really great stuff, dude! Loooove it! Keep it up!

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    the pen drawings are really nice and thers a real weight and confidence in your line work...keep it up mate.. and your work is very motivating

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    Thanks to you ! I appreciate your words a lot !

    There are some ideas for the fauna of my friend's in-dev game. I'm trying to shape out those silhouettes in an effective way, find a good workflow, but I'm still slow at it.

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    love your sketches!!! and that last storyboard is great, je veux voir encore plus!! ;P

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    Thank you ! I really want to finish this comic, I'll try to keep on working on it in the near future (free time has become scarce because of schoolwork). Meanwhile, I've been painting a bit in grayscale. Sir Appy's lightboards inspired me quite a lot, as well as other sketchbooks I don't recall at the moment but that I'll probably link later.

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    When you see amazing works on this forum, you have a choice ; you can whether cringe and lament, or get inspired and motivated.

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    When you see amazing works on this forum, you have a choice ; you can whether cringe and lament, or get inspired and motivated.
    I am putting this quote somewhere I will see it every day, I definitely do too much of the former.
    Your sketchbook rocks, you've got awesome lines and figures and the scene/city type drawing are totally pro. Good luck with all your schoolwork!

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    so many lovely updates!! cant wait to see more and the rest of the comic!

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    really loving your pen stuff, great life drawings too, great fluidity and motion

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    nice shapes/portions you make cool drawings

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    Thanks guys. :] I'm slowing down these days.
    The two last images are 3D renders depicting an imaginary luthier (guitar craftsman) workshop I did over the last three months as an introduction to 3D.

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    Shit i thought i left a comment last time!Nice to see that you are still updating man!Im a big fan of apes and i love those sketcheeees!Really like your recent stuff!Would love more updates and some finished stuff

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    Hahaha thanks man !! It's a pleasure to have my progress followed. Lately, no time for drawing/scanning : towards the end of the school year things are accelerating at once, and I find myself without an internship and far from being ready for my jury.
    Will probably head to another country after that... ? Sweden ? Canada ? Would be awesome... but getting my applications to be answered is tough. :/ I'll update asap. See you soon.

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    wow, love your style man. lots of great work here.
    really digging those monkeys!


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    Man, I love how loose and energetic your sketching style is. It just flows. Smoooove as hell.

    Looking for a mentor
    If you have a moment I would love any tips or critiques that might help me improve my work.

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    Where is da update?Moar stuff pls

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    Cameli, phatbuddha, DirtSyndicate - thanks a lot ! I'm back with a first attempt at an self-portrait, made with three-dimensional polygon technology. I am working on a lipsync with that same head. The skull is not closed yet and it lacks ears, but the focus is on the face anyway, so.

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    Also, an aztec-crow !

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    I just ordered a decent computer so I'll be able to resume work on my ape-ish comic soon. Also, plenty of things 3D are coming !

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    Wow ! J'etais passé a coté de ces dessins. Bravo, tu as un vrai style !!

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    Et moi à côté de ton message... ^^ merci m'Bolo !!

    I've started a new sketchbook, a daily log, I'm going to post regularly in this one. Discipline. Fun. And robot dragons, yeah.
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