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February 10th, 2010 #1
some stuff to look at. 7/31/11
my name is Ryan, and I go to SVA for traditional animation.
Tried getting myself to commit to a sketchbook a few times, but never stuck with it. Hope I do this time. Enjoy!
Last edited by vertebra; July 31st, 2011 at 03:45 PM.
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February 12th, 2010 #4
definately stick with it this time.
interesting range of stuff, keep it comin
Just have fun.
March 11th, 2010 #5
March 13th, 2010 #6
been doing COW and CHOW
March 13th, 2010 #7
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March 16th, 2010 #10
Hey thanks for the comments yo's
Aveh: im gunna.
Icecold: Your livin up to your name, hitting me about color, thats my main issue, i got some project ideas to remedy.
Metal Fingers: I haven't traditional painted in... years... that guys old, makes me so sad. Being an animation student, im more about the gestures now, but I been keeping my eyes peeled for a long-pose class.
cubesoflard: good catch. originally he had 2 arms, then I added the other two, and I guess it looked natural that way. ill keep it in mind for next time.
sketchibo: damnit! #$%^ finishing... i cant, i just cant! i'll try.
More stuff coming!
March 18th, 2010 #11
Yo, so this is up on COW.
Get on there and vote! there's a bunch of awesome entries.
July 31st, 2011 #12
CHOW DUMP. The last 3 weeks of Chow have been awesome. Feedback is welcome as always. Enjoy!
July 31st, 2011 #13
I really like your sketches, especially that crow dude.
Your values are pretty good, too but I feel like you're really behind in color compared to your lines.
Since youre mostly starting out with b&w maybe you should try this.
1.Block in basic colors on an overlay layer
2.Use a color balance layer in order to differentiate the hues for different values
3. Paint on top of all that, be very wary when it comes to saturation!
The right mixture of saturation is the key to good coloring, hue is not even all that important