Monday, May 14, 2007

practise make perfect

and i'm a firm believer.

here's a practise piece i just did in painter.

lets me know what you think


14 comments:

Olivier Ladeuix said...

How do you like Painter Timbo? I am having a hard time finding the right brushes or tweaking them, to the point that Sketchbook Pro as become my weapon of choice for the moment.

By the way I am also starting work on my short as you probably saw on the blog and after spending one week on the animatic I got all excited about 2d animation to the point that I am thinking of doing my short in 2d instead of 3d ;-)

Kristian Antonelli said...

YOU HAVE COME ON IN LEAPS AND BOUNDS DUDE. LETS MEET FOR A DRINK THIS WEEK

libra bear said...

I like this. The light on the face is nice. I think painting is quite difficult. I might take up the real thing before I start with the digi stuff. We'll see

Daniel M.C. Alvite said...

cool dude...
painter is bloody powerfull. like the tons of blue.

spikey star said...

I like how the shadows and lights add depths to her face, has a bit of 3D-ness to it, it's nice!

Doctor Cerebro said...

that is really cool, man! her face profile, the shapes and proportions are great.

black lamb said...

hey dude, its crazy how far your stlye has developed since you first started this blog.

coral said...

hiya!good drawings.like the no sushi one lots.if you get this there's a launch party for a new music design and art magazine that my friends setting up.you should come, they'd love your work!hope end of years going well.what you up to next year?Coral x

Andre Barnwell said...

sick. Its not outta bias but im feelin the colour scheme. its nice and light on the eyes. very appropriate.

Alina Chau said...

Lovely design!! HAve a nice airy feel.

Kristian Antonelli said...

I really can't wait to see your final show. I know how hard you have worked and can see an amazing development in your skills. Keep em' coming yo!
see you in a few weeks

joonasjoonas said...

first time in your blog. looks good. I really like the little run cycle few posts back.

Daniel M.C. Alvite said...

he cam moves we were talking this afternon,,
the problems is. the guy is always on left screen, eventhough he is going right, but when he almost gets the midle of the screen you start with the pan, and this was difficult to adjust...hahaha
i was thinking, why don´t you FINISH the pan earlier, in a way that when the cam. stops the character is stil moving...so he gets closer to the right screen....thats it.
if you wanna try, it maybe be easier,,,dunno.

Kristian Antonelli said...

see ya friday homie