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    QPK: storyboarding is fun! I don't know what your experience is like, so I can't tell you much...from my experience, as a concept artist it is super helpful to have abilities to draw quick storyboard and make animatic to sell your ideas. if you are interested I can give you a list of good film directors for reference.

    this morning's color study. my parents' cat likes drinking bathroom water.
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    while watching morning news I was sketching some faces on TV.
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    Very nice stuff! My cats love to do the same thing xD! Also, I like your face sketches as well. Nice sketchbook.

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    I love your sketches of faces, I also love - well just about everything I've seen here actually. But what strikes about your faces is that you're able to capture emotion and character without making a banquet of it, something I'm still struggling with.

    Keep on rocking!

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    Peipei: yay cat behavior! do you love cats? Hope you do, because I DO.

    Clur: oh thanks! after going through Loomis and Faigin I feel much more comfortable. Gary Faigin's facial expression book is super helpful.

    tonight's color study. honestly kinda getting tired of working in low res (not enough RAM for anything descent) with this crappy toolset. no pressure sensitivity is irritating!
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    starting to work on the fight scene for the project...the one I've been posting characters. here's the figure drawing using ref photo I took a while ago when my writer showed how specific move should be handled.
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    this morning's drawing. starting to nail down sub character faces for the project.

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    Those fight scene sketches are awesome, they have a great sense of movement.
    I would appreciate a list, thank you very much

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    QPK: Thanks! Well, the list is actually really short (and it's really basic stuff too...sorry!)...Hitchcock, Orson Welles, Akira Kurosawa, Hayao Miyazaki and Pixar movies... I learned from Hitchcock how to use shot to shot composition to construct a story, as well as the use of clever visual metaphor and color to express character's emotions. Orson Welles is also a good example of use of metaphor and composition. Akira Kurosawa uses music and sound effectively...also he's a master of timing. Miyazaki is good example of economical and effective storyboarding using character's expression and timing. Pixar is also good reference...but keep in mind their method is not the only way to make good storyboard.

    ...One interesting counter study is Gedo Senki (Tales from Earthsea)...I don't mean to offend anyone, but this is really interesting film because the most elements in this film...animation, composition, original plot and sound...works pretty well, but the storyboard destroys the entire flow.

    tronrobot: Thank you! drawing is fun!

    couldn't do much yesterday and today. I've only got 2 days left on this vacation here, and there are many tutorial videos to go through!
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    cool stuff i like your colour studies. you tend not to blend them which is great!i on the other had tend to do so alot, which is a problem =/.
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    kimozabbi: Thanks! I found painting is all about blocking when I did the apple study.

    tonight's drawings. had some fun doing creature doodles.
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    found this themed template for drawing old dudes on Pixiv. Why not?
    from top left, glasses, small iris, armed, eye patched, old scar, and whatever theme I like...
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    Some of your concepts are insanely cool Also is the Teahouse Master a reference to Uncle Iroh?


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    Beeston: glad you like it! haha, yeah he looks like the character...funny, I wasn't really thinking about it!

    this morning's drawing and color study.
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    view from Asakusa, Asahi Beer Building and ...I think the gold thing is supposed to be fire...? Anyway, my family's been calling the weird one "poop building" since when it came in the 90s.
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    Thanks so much for whoever rating this thread...I couldn't believe I was getting almost 5 stars for a while...but then it got lower this afternoon. I guess I gotta work harder haha

    tonight's drawings...
    creature doodles
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    trying to capture facial expressions from random TV shows
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    btw I love samurai TV shows. I used watch Abarenbou Shogun everyday when I was in middle school. Yep, I was definitely not a popular party girl type. I hated teenage TV dramas and pop songs so much...and didn't know how to hold conversations with those "normal" kids.

    anyways...I liked drawing, and I still do. Lines are my best buddies.
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    Much appreciated!! I do love Hitchcock, Miyazaki and Pixar films.
    I ashamed to say that I have not seen any of Orson Welles or Kurosawa films, thanks to your recommendation and Netflix this will change
    Those female creatures designs are so sweet

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    QPK: thankssss!

    came back to US...going work tomorrow...I wanted to watch the rest of Feng video on the plane, but I couldn't. United Airline didn't provide power outlet for economy seats, and my laptop's power pack was broken. Their services weren't that great either... I won't use them next time

    Well, I was doodling while I was awake on the 10hr flight.
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