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    more drawings from medine, i tried 'fish eye' drawing

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    Heey Zou!!! =)

    Drawings are looking good, the guy who looks really bored with his hand on his head, lull, I like that one the most =) Your building drawings are great =) The fish eye effect one looks really nice, has a nice feeling to it =) Some pillars could be tidied up a bit but otherwise some very good work imho =) Have fun with your next piece =)

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    Hey zou these are looking really good. Well done especially with the 'fish eye' ones. Very cool.

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    Kungfoowiz: thanks buddy, i like him too

    Marian Rowling: thanks, i felt drawing something new when doing those fish eye

    i'm trying a brushset : good brush pro 4.5. an awesome incredible brush set. but it seems i might spend years mastering all of them.

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    Nice cariacature Zou! =) I'm gonna take a stab and say that's your self portrait? =)
    A tip, would maybe add some highlights to define your iris some more. Your colours are nice in general, good job! =)

    Thank you for the brush set, it's nice to experiment around with new brushes.. I only use a couple myself but will check this pack out to see if there's some ones which catch my fancy =)

    Good luck with your next piece =)

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    Kungfoowiz: lol ! thanks for the tip

    more street drawing

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    Nice work man =) I love the little bits of brickwork every now and then =) Maybe some animals or something, like a stray cat could add more interest, a touch of shadow maybe, jus a thought =) Thank you for sharing your beautiful work =)

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    Kungfoowiz: thanks for feedback yeah an animal is a idea


    AND FINALLY i received my cintiq !!!! after one year of waiting. i'm so excited about it, i can't figure out what to do with first

    i tried some inking with it and decided to get into animation using it.

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    Love the fish-eye stuff. Also, great detail above that door in the second scan of #757. I think this piece is particularly effective because of the shaded areas. You use a lot of lineart otherwise, so it's nice to see some value work in there.

    Congrats on the cintiq- I'm expecting even more now! Nice animation. Your ball seems to be dragged towards the ground as it approaches the surface. Was that intended? Looks as if the ball is alive and 'jumping' rather than just a flexible object.


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    wow! your pencils are so great! love them!

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    keep up the work you've been improving a lot! I also really like the animation

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    Anthis: Thanks mate. i sometimes don't give time to values.
    yes, the animation is accelerating toward floor (weight and gravity no?)
    yep i will feel guilty if i do bad stuff with cintiq.

    ClaretCrab: glad you like them, you character style amazed me

    ezekrialase: thanks thanks

    more medine drawing
    Sometimes, you have good time when doing outdoor drawing (nice people passing) and you have some laugh when people try to joke about u
    i'm getting used to it.

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    I love your street drawing man, you seem really confident with them.
    How much time do you usually need for those?
    Cheers

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    knut : thanks for your interests. each one is about 1 h (if i'm concentrated) to 1h30

    i did a bowling animation but my mac got lost i decided i would redo it later and advance to the balloon exercice (yeah i made a plan following sheridan school)

    don't know if it's much of a success

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    another animation exercice

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    Sweeet, everyone else seems to be getting Intuos 4's... lull.. except me! =) Nice bro, I'm thoroughly jealous of your tablet now =) Lull =) Sweet you added shadow to your buildings, it adds some nice character to the drawing imho =) For a more realistic effect, less squash and stretch basically, jus suggest it nearer to the bounce, it feels squashed as its descending from the ceiling.. unless you're going for a more cartoony look, in which case it looks good =)

    You planning on going to Sheridan? =)

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    Kungfoowiz: thanks being jaleous but it's a Cintiq 21 (more reason to be jaleaous) . No seriously, good point on noting the extreme squash, i wanted to test since i did a more normal one. No i'm not going to sheridan, just copying their assignements.

    other animation exercices, it's seems boring things but i learn a lot wich is quite exciting (thinking of future animations i can do)

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    ZOMG cintiqqq! =) Drawing is very good in the book anim =) I'm most impressed =) This may sound anal but some secondary anim could be like the other pages moving slightly, jus an idea.. loving this recent stint of anim, it's totally qwl =) Keep up bro =)

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    Kungfoowiz: yeah i sometimes think i should make some personal adding, then think i should spend my times reading illusion of life instead :p

    think exercice is to chose a character (porco rosso) make it turn and make an expression change. i hope i will do better in near futur

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    Wow!! Cool animations zou I recognised Porco Rosso straight away, great job on the expression. The only crit is that there's a lot of time-lag on the animations and they keep leaving trails, might just be my computer at work though. The box one works best and that one looks really complicated, nice work.

    The first post of #763 is really nice! The little bit of shading is very effective. Keeo up the great work, you can see the improvement. Did you draw the fish-eye scenes from a photo, or i did you make them up on the spot? they look good

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    Angel Intheuk: hi angel. the lag is because the image is loading, i think that it will be better after loading. for the fish eye it was was street drawing much better than photo

    another exercice for animation , expression of the face. i figured out i never really did one. and should do mooooooore

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    perhaps this is an early exercise, but i did the flour sack exercice wich consist on animating the sack with some attitude.
    it would be kind if you can tell me the story in this animation so i can see if it's clear or not.

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    an exercice of character, take a reak person and make some simple characters of it by tweaking shapes.

    guess who's this handsome guy with little beard

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    my walk cycle
    and an odd expression change

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    Love those typical porches in #763. Medine seems beautiful! You're also improving on perspective.

    Those animations are a lot of fun. Especially the book page and Porco Rosso stand out to me. Doing these animations also seems to be helping out with your line economy. Those last portraits are very effective with few lines.

    Here's what I can understand from the sack animation. At first, he's cautious. he then looks closely at the sign and ponders what it sais. He is startled and falls in shock. He takes his chance and jumps across the fence. (The jump seems a bit funny because he is jumping sideways). The sign was apparently a warning about things falling from the sky (object itself is hard to see; a meteor?)

    Really enjoy the animations. Anything particular you're inspired by?


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    Very skillful work in here! Those city drawings are really nice. I was wondering about the first few, they have a fisheye (i believe? :p) perspective. Did you do that out of imagination of did you take a photo with such modus and drew from that? Because to me it would seem extremely difficult to make something like that up!

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    Very sweet animations again takes a while too view them here at work, so will have to give you feedback when I'm home and can see them in full action Very cute stuff!

    (Happy New Year btw!)

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    Anthis: thanks for your time and nice comment. i'm happy i didn't totally failed the story (some people didn't understood anything, at least you did)
    for animations, i'm just trying to sitck to richard williams and guys at disney (illusion of life) but i'm enjoyingg some great shorts (yamamura

    Overtoom: hi there thanks for your comment. For those ones, i did them on location. actually it wasn't very hard, just lay a curved perspective grid and draw normally

    Angel Intheuk: thanks youuuu

    Happy new yeaaaar

    for those heads, i tried drawing on location but very freely. i tried to imagine some cartoons characters from passing persons.
    next time i'll try a better location, in this one , people are always walking.

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    Its looks to me, that your Journey has been a long and well earned one! You can really see the progress you made (and continue to make!) Its very inspiring for someone like me to see, Thank you ^_^ and please continue!!

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    NizhoniWolf: thanks thanks mate yes long very long (school is such a waste of time) CA the best :p

    i colored one of the weird sketches i did earlier

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