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    Amanieu - Sketchbook ( update 19/02/2010 )

    Hi guys, well here is my first sketchbook, i'll try to post regurlarly! enjoy!
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    Nice poses!
    keep it up!

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    Great start. Nice lines and the anatomy looks good. Don't have any critic, just keep it going!

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    Love how you drew the curves of their backs

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    Thanks everyone, here's some quick photoshop canyons/deserts sketches to search various atmospheres and colours in these environments.
    Last edited by Amanieu; December 7th, 2009 at 03:53 PM.

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    It always baffles me how people can make scribbly blobs that look like things. (That's a compliment. I'm bad at them.)

    Post more stuff!
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    I use MSPaint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaileighblue View Post
    It always baffles me how people can make scribbly blobs that look like things. (That's a compliment. I'm bad at them.)
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    I boil it down to being able to use the right gestures/impressions. But the image would also need to be in the viewers head already, even just a slight impression buried in their memories is enough to make that connection, well, at least for me.

    uhhhh anyhoot, I'm subscribed Amanieu. /E

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    Hehe thanks guys, sorry i did not answered earlier and even posted something earlier, with Christmas, i didn't have any moment to make a few sketches, so well here's one!

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    Hey there, great stuff so far; in particular your life drawings are super cool. They feel so solid and your grasp of anatomy is most impressive!

    Keep 'em coming!

    Katie

    P.S. I was going to type this post in French but it's been a while since I've written any so I chickened out!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheButterBunny View Post
    Hey there, great stuff so far; in particular your life drawings are super cool.
    I agree, keep up those life drawings. They carry lovely weight and looseness!

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    Thank you guys i'll have a few sketches session next week, currently i love making little life drawings, it's very interesting and formative!

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    Hey that is a nice start!

    I especially like your gesture drawing. Have you been studying Vilppu or Sheldon ?
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    Grrreat figure studies, and the colours on those enviro experiments look nice too!

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    Thanks guys, well DiR3Kt, about the anatomy and the gestures i've learned a lot ( and i continue as there's so much things to discover every day!) with many different ressources.

    First, Burne Hogarth's anatomy artbooks, then a lot of classic and Renaissance artworks ( especially Michelangelo, i love his work ), i worked deeper in the anatomy with Sara Simblet's book ( very very complete ) and a mix of documents and references from everywhere to have different standpoints!

    I've seen Vilppu's artwork for the first time last year and i studied a lot each pages of his anatomy book. I draw a lot outside in cafes, bars, railway station, plazas etc... and the sketches sessions at my school. Also i feel sketching is freedom so i always have been drawing in a rough style, i feel better the lines, the anatomy.
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    Great going

    Quote Originally Posted by Amanieu View Post
    Hi guys, well here is my first sketchbook, i'll try to post regurlarly! enjoy!
    Hi There ,
    I am new to concept art ...Your poses show a lot of dynamism!! Do you see pictures and sketch ?
    How have you gone about studying human anatomy ? i see pictures and sketch but can never get imaginative poses right ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanieu View Post
    A sketch i've made this afternoon
    wow!! this is amazing ! how long did this take ?

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    Hi Gayatri Badani, well i'll say it's a lot of work from life, drawing, sketching, drawing everytime! people's attitudes, faces, posings, animals etc... and read and understand at the same time anatomy, studying a lot of various books and ressources, be opened to every styles. i draw a lot in cafés ( and i love coffees of course double reason ^^).

    By the way it took me a bit more than one hour to make this sketch.

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    Lovely sketches and speedpaints. Subscribed!
    Et bienvenu dans la fosse aux croquis

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    Project

    Merci Leo Ki, Thank you

    To finalize our 3D training in Angoulême and prepare the diploma, i've started with two teamates a 3D animation project.

    My team director has nice ideas and we are developing the story piece by piece. I'm doing all the concept art and the storyboard. This is the first things i'll start to show piece by piece, later we'll start the 3D modelling.

    So here's the main character, a little robot who is arriving on a lost planet. I've started first to do many diferent shapes and styles:

    Stay tuned! there's a lot more to come!

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    I post an anim project concepts/sketches i've made last year, they are in the Motion Graphic part also. Just to add some various sketches styles... i'm adding more new works about my current 3D project soon..

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    Yoour work is very good,I like the still life and the studies of people the most!You seem to have a good sense off form and colour,keep up the good work!
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    I really enjoyed the figures in the first post. Very dynamic. I'm looking forward for more.

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    Thanks guys! Some sketches and concepts about the mexican city.

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    Really beautiful colour studies. How did you get all that nice texture on the boxes in the warehouse?

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    Well there is not a specific technic, i made very simple forms and in the end simple deformed crates. I added many dirt and splatters textures, used papers, different type of wood textures. I used a lot of layers playing on the opacity, variation of colours and opposition lights/shadows.

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