Thursday, January 14, 2010

drawing for storyboards

I draw differently for storyboards than for other things. I don't do a rough and then a clean up. I do a clean rough. These boards below are how I would draw the character designs on my other blog. Cat woman, and big girl. Now, I didn't try too hard to make the movement smooth on these, normally I would flip through them over and over to get it just right. I have to get though about 100 or so drawings a day, so I don't have time to do roughs and then cleanups. It's a fun way of drawing.









13 comments:

  1. awesome poses, do you use pencil on paper or software? it does look like a lot of fun

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  2. I draw everything in photoshop on a cintiq.

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  3. 100 DRAWINGS X DAY!? That's a lot!
    Love the sketches!

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  4. yeah 100 panels a day?! wow!
    very interesting post!

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  5. wow! you can really see how your knowledge/skill of anatomy/perspective/composition all come in to play. 100 boards a day doesn't give you alot of time to figure things out, huh?

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  6. That catwoman sequence is awesome!

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  7. ...and these "clean rough" is an acceptable drawings for the boards?

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  8. i thought they'd have to be rendered and whatnot.

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  9. I just timed myself and I drew 100 panels in 3 hours.

    Ivan, these would be beyond fine. I can go even rougher. It's more about the idea.

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  10. it so dynamic !! i learn a lot ,thank you very much for sharin. do you do everything with cintiq ?!

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  11. Kalonji: yes. I'm more comfortable with a cintiq now than paper.

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