Wednesday, January 6, 2010

combining forms




8 comments:

  1. i saw this on the kim possible models, and i didn't get it then, this helps, but i'm still confused, how do you make a gesture from the neck to the hips? do you add the torso after the gesture?

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  2. Next time you are in a life drawing class, draw a line from the neck down to the hip. You'll find the hip is in a different spot than you think. It helps to get the hip in the right spot. It also helps the make the gesture not look "broken" I put the red lines down after I drew the drawing, just to make the gesture more solid.

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  3. Rad, I just found this blog. AMAZING resource man, thank you, and keep posting. Also, from a storyboarding perspective, I think it would be interesting to see your process, from a page of thumbs->roughs->clean

    Thanks again, keep it coming, I'll keep reading.
    R.

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  4. I just found your blog via Shane Glines' Facebook post-incredible resource & great analysis. I learned a lot just browsing through the last few months' posts. Inspirational & educational-keep it up in 2010!

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  5. i second the Randeep request! and if there are tricks to find some good shot also with absent-minded and no wish to work, to use only in case of emergency and massive deadlines ;)

    btw great post on catwoman piece!

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  6. Thank you for your great tips, this is all very usefull. I really like your instructions you explain thins that always seemed complicated very clearly. Thanks again!

    I also liked your post about breaking-in to the industry, it made me realise how much I still have to learn. Would you mind telling us at wich age you got your first real job as a story-artist? (I'm 28 myself and sometimes I have the feeling I should hurry-up, thats why I'm asking)

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  7. de aap: You are still young. A lot of people don't start until they are 30.

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  8. Hi Rad,just discovered your blog thanks for sharing all these great tips.
    Really useful. Excellent blog.

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