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    Animare's thread of scribbles

    Hello,

    I suck and I want to get better, so here I am.
    Hope to update once or twice a week.
    Thanks for stopping by



    Here's where I'm at:
    Skull study,
    Life drawings - various times,
    No ref animation,
    Enviro studies,
    Character poses.

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    Very nice start, amazing skull paint and some real good ref.
    Only thing i would say is a bit weird is the animated figure, when the legs are open she has a quite gorgeous behind, i find it weird that when they close it goes away.

    Anyway keep up the good work!

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    Thanks ResistanceFox for the feedback and checking out my page. I hadn't noticed that about the bum, will make note of that for future animations.

    Here's this weeks work.

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    Your line quality is really clean. I'm still having issues getting lines that clean and accurate digitally for under-drawings. Are you drawing with a tablet or a cintiq?

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    Hi,

    I have to agree with TexMcCraine your linework is really good!
    I think your gsture have a lot of power but your studys are pretty acurate as well.

    To your perspective drawing i feel srry for those who jump down that spring-board into the pool ^^

    Greetings Knork

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    Hey guys thanks for dropping by!
    Tex McCranie I use a Wacom table, hopefully one day I can get a cintiq. I've been using a tablet for a few years now, it's just practice and getting comfy with it and the confident lines will come.

    Two week update, I was away last Friday.

    Lots of anatomy this time, two concepts and a set of poses from imagination - obstacles from the two Spartan races I did this weekend. I think it's easier to draw a pose without ref if it's something you've done yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arden. View Post
    Your linework, give it to me, now. Are you using a properly sized Intuos for this? (despite that while drawing traditionally with a pen I get really smooth lines I'm struggling on my tiny Bamboo quite terribly with linework, it's just so uncomfortable).

    Great anatomy studies too!
    LOL thank you. My intuous is Medium size, which I find is the perfect size for me. I've never used the bamboo, but I did used to use smaller wacoms, which yeah were okay but I think a bigger one is a worthwhile investment.

    Trying to up the amount of concept work and experimenting I do.

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    Been slacking off!
    Experimented with ink and brushes.

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    Hellos, today I beat my fear of drawing alone in public. Went to the museum and endured the noise of children and their parents who think a Zebra skeleton is a dinosaur?..

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    I'm on week three of Peter Hans Dynamic Sketching 2 at the moment so sorry there isn't much to post but stuff from that.
    The first week was lots of stuff to do with DS1 but here's some of my homework from week 2. Bugs! Also a 30min spitpainting I did - Paladin.

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    Keep forgetting to update!! Done so much more than what I'm posting but I don't wanna post too much lol! Almost at the end of Dynamic Sketching 2. Loving it, dreading it finishing. Glad I'm over my fear of sketching in public and learning a lot about design too! Couple of bits of personal paintings and studies in there too.

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    More course stuffs and some colour studies and yoga poses.

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    Look at them vehicular sutdies amongst your normal bootcamp! MOOOOAR! Maybe give them a lightsource? Or shadow perhaps at least with some highlights? Should work well on toned!

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    Thanks ancientdrake! The course I did took me well out of my comfort zone and into vehicles and mechs, was fantastic! Will definitely be doing more.
    Here's some stuff I did for this weeks Spartan camp. Waiting for feedback on my final submission before I post course work here.

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    Hope everyone has a nice Christmas!
    Design for a postal service, started for the class now developing as a personal project.
    Also some portfolio pages.

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    Wow I really do suck at updating anything. At least I'm still drawing/painting away though.
    Mix of stuff done this month.
    Amongst studies there's stuff from Daily Spitpaint and the new Facebook group illolifeRPG.

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    hi there, you have a sketchbook full of pieces with alot of effort, personally i think your lines are greater then your colo, specially like the motorbike.
    for color i would suggerest, dont focus so much on details, focus on the big planes, or even betterm read a whole book about how to do it, its really basic stuff everyone need, richard schmid book is great for that.

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    Hey thanks Buxu! I will definitely check out that book. I do really struggle with colour.

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    Moar stuff. Not enough. Slacked off. Real life is too time consuming at the moment.

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