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    Portfolio - Anita Waysen Tang

    Hi, my names Anita and I'm a third year animation student at Sheridan College. My focus is in visual development (pretty much concept art for animated television, features, etc) and this is my portfolio for internship applications for this summer.

    I should also note that it is as of yet a work in progress but any comments and critiques would be welcome! : )

    http://animation.sheridanc.on.ca/portfolio/2013/tangani

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    Hello fellow Sheridan student!
    I think the portfolio is good overall but why is that Japanese girl under life drawing? it seems she would fit under misc or characters, it does not look like a study but rather a cartoon. I think you could continue refining your environment drawings, the trees are cool but the blue sea one is a bit of an odd composition and kind of pale. I'm curious, how come some of your layouts are that curved shape? I assume that's for panning or something. (I know little about animation)

    Good luck with your internship search!

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    Thanks for the reply!

    The geisha is actually drawn from a life drawing so I have been confused with where to place it because of that. I do believe I will be moving it to misc now though. I have been thinking for a while to retouch the sea painting now, it's a bit odd in composition because it's actually made to be a curved pan. And to answer your question, the curved pieces are actually for pans so you've hit the nail on the head : )

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    Hi Anita, i have only one question that might you help a lot:


    Why don't you put the same effort and time you used in Misc and Life Drawings in the other works you do too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitsu//San View Post
    Hi Anita, i have only one question that might you help a lot:


    Why don't you put the same effort and time you used in Misc and Life Drawings in the other works you do too?
    Yeah... I've been noticing a degeneration in my works too and I don't quite have my thumb on it yet - I can't quite seem to get the same finish on my environments as my subject (human/animal) pieces, any suggestions?

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    Sure, it's really common. You'll just need to search for references and look and learn those details that you don't know to add it to your image. The fact that some works looks unfinished is always cause the lack of a certain detail level. That's cause our brain is used to calculate trough our eyes a certain degree of detail when you look at something in reality and if you don't have the same amount of details (or a close indication, they don't have to be exact or super realistic) when you look at something you can feel it's not real without knowing why.

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