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Hey, they are all HB conte on rough newsprint 18x24"
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your gesture drawings are great!
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cool sb mat have a strong lines and amazing gestures
keep your art up
do more study on the life art . It will help you to improve your art work
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GREAT characters and enviros. Also nice flow on those figures. The little animal's rendering is really something man! What did you use about the hand drawn enviros? I can see that the first WIP is something like coloured pencil. Have you ever used prismacolor or copic markers? I saw that they used them on Monkey Island backgrounds in 90s'. Have you got any advices about studying environments? Subscribed, you got a style. Keep up and take care!
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October 14th, 2010 #18
Knut - thanks a lot, check your PM
Seraph & qlotzan - I'll never ever stop practicing and drawing from life, thanks for checking out my sketchbook!
Here are some location sketches from the Summer for Knut.
For more location sketches and better quality pics go to my blog at:
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These are lovely! You've done a beautiful job on these bone drawings. I also had to say that I just LOVE Flap-Jack!! He's beautiful!
Keep up the beautiful work!
You've got to get up every morning with determination if you're going to go to bed with satisfaction. -George Lorimer
October 25th, 2010 #24
Nice study pictures! I, too, saw your "Cat Named Recession" in Finally Finished, it's a really great picture. I hope to see animations sometime too keep up the good work!
October 25th, 2010 #25
Alright a fellow animation student! Lovin' those gestures and environments.
Keep 'em coming, man : D
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October 25th, 2010 #26
Very dynamic figures, wonderful ! First artwork with the cat is very nice... and I love the tigers, are they watercolored ? What technique for the anatomy studies ? (I'm curious because they have a vintage "da vinci" look that is quite cool.)
October 25th, 2010 #27
I love the lively nature of your location sketches. Like you were really into the moment. Awesome stuff.
October 25th, 2010 #28
Julia: Thank you so much, Flap-Jack was a really fun character to design!
Frost Vixen: Although I am in animation, I HATE animating lol I rush through a lot of it because I hate the fact that I can spend 20 hours on an animation and it turns out shitty, vs spending 20 hours on an environment and getting a portfolio piece...lol anyway ill post my most recent animation soon, just for you haha.
Mawh: Thanks! Life drawing is kinda therapy for me, after spending 8-10 hours in the animation studio I really love just going down to the life drawing studio and winding down for the night...they're done in conté on newsprint. The tigers were done in a light gouache wash on top of ink.
Loudchai: Thanks, I really was. Nothin better than smokin a spliff and hunting around town for cool things to draw in the spring!
October 25th, 2010 #29
quality material here!! awesome start!!..
keep posting.. stop slacking. love ur studys.
October 25th, 2010 #30
aww, that's a bummer you don't enjoy it =( but yeah, it is very tedious work, especially when someone does it all by themselves. I say you should keep on practicing until you are happy with them! but I'm sure your animations look great for what they are, and I'd absolutely love to look at one that you post.
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