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Love this sketchbook! Your toons are so lively, you've definitely got animator blood.
The pencils 421 are total eye candy. And there's something about 432 that I really enjoy - a great sense of story there. I'm a train wreck when It comes to story boarding.
Yeah, it would be a shame if such a great site would go downhill for something that stupid.
I love your sketching style, it seems well.. very experimental. All your characters and even those little houses in the last post are very expressive if that makes sense at all. Keep up the good work!
A great collection of work, love how all your cartoony gestures are underpinned by strong anatomy and life drawing studies.
hey really cool cartoony stilized style of yours, love it.
Wow mate! I really like your life drawings, they have a lot of rhythm in it and I also like how you create a character with your costumed life drawing. I was just a little curious if you are still studying over at Sheridan or whether you started working? Just keep doing what your doing !
Silky life drawing skills and some really nice design work. Very jealous of your Sheridan experience and i shall be back!
Really really awesome I wish I could draw in that great animation style of yours. Tell me what books would you recommend for getting those clean swooshy animation lined drawings? Everytime I read animation books they tell me to go learn how to draw fundamentals Also, which program do you use to animate?
Love your work and here to support
Last edited by MeteorCat; February 13th, 2013 at 11:46 AM.
I just read this whole thread from start to finish - following your development has been awesome and inspirational! I'm just a beginner, but some day I hope to complete the same journey you have :-)
A quick question, what media did you use in the post I've quoted below?
Is it pen and markers?