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    Thanks Khrayd.

    These are some gesture drawings from this month.










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    your life drawings are so energetic and are on another level.
    i love the color scheme of these http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...40615741_n.jpg

    amazing work, thanks for showing.

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    Here is a character design I did for the film. Unfinished and may never be.



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    Man, really great character design and values.
    I really dig your style.
    Also keep up those studies, they really have flow. Great improvement!
    Cheers!

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    Another cat painting....honestly, I dont know how these creatures keep creeping into my work!!




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    great life in those gesture drawings! also very nice that last painting, i like the mood

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    See the above link to see the painting in action!

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    that background looks really good, and nice job with the mulltiplane, great spooky mood!

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    That Frazettass is excellent. What is it, an oil ? Your cat Lily looks very soft, colours and brushwork give it a tangible mellowness. And I like how you blue-shaded that ruin on post #233 ; did you draw this from sight ?

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    Thanks guys!

    Mawh - The Frazetta study was actually digital but I painted it in a way to give it that oil-look like the original. The ruin was done from life, I used some creative licensing with the markers. Im glad you liked it!

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    Your figure drawings are so beautiful! subscribed

    "We all have 10000 bad drawings in us so the sooner you get them out the better" - Walt Stanchfield

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    Action Analysis



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5qhP...layer_embedded

    View fullscreen at 720p resolution for best results.

    Our big 'portfolio filler' assignment at Sheridan College, the Action Analysis. A lot of work, but a lot of fun in the end. I really pushed my creativity and movie-making abilities with this one and the multi-plane pan seen above. I did everything here with a 21UX Wacom Cintiq, Digicel Flipbook 6, Adobe Photoshop and After Effects. Enjoy!

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    h wow really nice, the background has a very disney-ish feeling, and imo, the timing on the animation could be pushed but thats just me... the animation is really nice, and wow third year, how many years is sheridan? :o
    im finishing my one year at VFS on friday and im exhausted haha

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    Sheridan is a 4 year program. The timing could be pushed in what way? Could you be more specific?

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    Great scene man, really awesome and near to pro work animation.
    The background is indeed very carefully painted.
    Keep up man!

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    Character development for the AA

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    Been a while since I checked in...glad to see you still at it. ^^^ Lovin the lil fox character that keeps appearing in your work.




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    Ah your colours are amazing!!!!

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    Just a little thing I did for my brother and his wife for Christmas....this is Remy. I might do a little more to it before I get it printed and framed. Thoughts?

    and without the grain



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    Hi matey

    Yes I'm back again!! I thought I would stay away for a while I was starting to stalk your thread mate! I just love the guy fishing with the cats in support (waiting for supper) It was a really good one that buddy.

    Stay well and as its getting near the season of good will "merry christmas to you and yours and avery happy new year"

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    hey thanks Lightship, a merry Christmas and happy new year to you too!

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    I did this for my cousin who loves the film for Christmas....lol

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    Thanx for visiting my SB) I like yours a lot, really inspiring! Great gestures and characters)))

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    really nice work, I love how most of them are so "playfull" (can't think of the proper word), and how much character there is in it.
    Sort of gives this good & happy feeling just looking at them.

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    That little fox is becoming really my favorite!
    Excellent character design i like the way you sticked to that and you developed it.
    Meerry Christmass man!
    Cheers!

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    Hey thanks guys, a happy new year to everyone! This is a beat board from a story that Im working on.




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    damn this aniamtion of the red fox is really amazing - how long did it took you from conception to finish?

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    Xbert- Thanks Dude! Took me about 2 months while working on a lot of other things. I really can't give you an exact amount of hours. It was a huge learning process though...I cant wait to do this for a living.


    A quick photo study:




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