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Hi everyone, I'm a 3D Animator who likes to draw when I'm not in front of my computer. Really excited to know about this forum from a friend! Below are some drawings I did on my free time. Hope to get some comments from the professionals here.
If you are into 3D stuffs too, please take a look at my reel just for the fun of it. : RogerLee-Reel
If you like character animation, pls take a look at some stuffs that I did too:
The first few look absolutely great, excpet I think the proportions are a little off.
They really do look great. I can tell John Travolta...That freaky guy from Rat Race..Who are the others?
The realistic ones look great too.
That 3D animation thing rocks! Are those all the things you've done? I saw maybe 3 or 4 commercials I recognized. That tennis stuff was really interesting too. I can't say I'm too found of the "steal" animation. I think it is incomplete (or an idea that was never finished? ). The movement of the character just seems odd, and it doesn't appeal to me.
All the stuff looks great!
Hi mos667 and Deco,
Thankyou so much for your comments! Really appreciate you guys for taking time to point out the stuffs that I need to improve on.
The "steal" animation is indeed unfinished, in terms of its final look. Its mainly a test on realistic character animation. Hopefully when i have more time in the future, i will model, texture and light it properly again. If you guys find the movement of the character weird, I will try to work on it again. Hopefully I can post a improved version on my site soon.
Those stuffs on my showreel are scenes that I have done. I came from a post house with a pretty small 3d team. 4 3d artists in fact. Thus we have to be responsible for everything, from modelling to texturing, animation, effects and even compositing sometimes. Most of the time, it was only one to two artists per project. If its a big one, all the 4 will be pulled in to do it. Glad that you guys enjoyed my reel.
As for Deco, I couldn't agree with you more that my site look unfinished. You had been kind with your words already haha. It was meant to be a very simple site for a start, my very first website in fact. Was put up only on last Sat. Hope that when my design skills improved, I can put up a more professional looking one in future.
Thankyou guys for your comments once again! Will work hard on my drawings!
The work is good, but in your more realistic pics, they tend to flatten out because too much emphasis is placed on the surface detail, without having built the structure first. You have to have a skull before you can have eyes. Try to work from the general to the specific, this also allows for a pic to look finished, even if it's not. Also practice depth of line. If a line remains the same thickness throughout, it will flatten the image. (Hanna-Barbara look). The rough sketches of Leonardo and Michaelangelo are excellent places to see how someone can create a 3d feel with just a line and no shading. Keep up the good work.
Thanks Lurchus for your valuable comment! I would love to try out what you have suggested on my next portrait. Will try to find out more on that technique too.Originally Posted by Lurchus_OriliosTry to work from the general to the specific, this also allows for a pic to look finished, even if it's not. Also practice depth of line. If a line remains the same thickness throughout, it will flatten the image. (Hanna-Barbara look). The rough sketches of Leonardo and Michaelangelo are excellent places to see how someone can create a 3d feel with just a line and no shading.
You call yourself a noob to the forum or as an artist?
You call those ugly?
I laugh at you
they are beautiful
Hahaha...thanks for your compliment, Corvus. The word "ugly" is actually referring to the Superman that I drew. Its actually the general comment I got from female friends when they saw him. The exact word was "disgusting" in fact! haha
But I like my super heroes to look that way. Not all great people have to be beautiful at the same time right? I think a superhero with a paunch, hairy chest, afro hairstyle, thick gold chain and an attitude has his own charm as well.
Anyone agree with me?
I really enjoyed your little animations there.
Oh wow^^, I like your Mr Bean And your superman has character lol. I give it a thumbs up ^__^
is that Chow Yun Phat right under Jet LI? I'm not sure since I'm use to see him with guns in his hands.
Awsome pictures. I can never draw portrait of other people, they never look the same. Keep those funny picture coming!
The first one looks like Japanese inspired.... hehe, I know those stuffs too!
Great stuffs man! I think Mr.Bean can have more exaggeration. I think he's too fat.
Hi Molested Cow,HTML Code:The first one looks like Japanese inspired.... hehe, I know those stuffs too!
Ha ha you are right! Finally someone who can recoqnise the style .
So do you like ugly characters too? I love them.... especially those with an attitude!