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4 WillHolland by cheeks-74 4 WillHolland by cheeks-74
[link] For me i try to make them really feel out an action to be believable. even when i exaggerate it has to sell to the audience as being believable. i am horrible at drawing women myself. hope this helps ya!
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:iconbetahimetsukiko:
Love the stance, very strong- and I am a firm believer in strong female characters! ^_^
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The-3DArtist Apr 13, 2006  Professional General Artist
Coolness. I love seeing roughs and building lines for characters. There's a lot you can pick out in terms of the all important "why" something was done. I think you've prompted me to start posting my roughs also.
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SILVERA Apr 7, 2005   Traditional Artist
are you into animation books? for the dynamics, i say
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cheeks-74 Apr 7, 2005   General Artist
i don't understand... please clarify. thank you. :)
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SILVERA Apr 7, 2005   Traditional Artist
i mean, do you use animation books as reference?
you know, people like jeff campbell or joe mad do that.
your dynamics are great too, that`s why iīm asking this-
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cheeks-74 Apr 7, 2005   General Artist
oh. i used to learn from comics, but now i look at comics for compostion reasons and such. i do watch a lot of cartoons to learn how to simplify.
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SILVERA Apr 7, 2005   Traditional Artist
yes, thatīs what iīm talkinībout.
obviusly, itīs much better to see dynamics in full motion, like cartoons.
now iīm trying to do the same thing about composition on the page, too.
itīs really difficult, specially with those pages with nothing but dialogues or conversations
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cheeks-74 Apr 7, 2005   General Artist
no prob! thank you!
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:iconwillholland:
Thanks Cheeks...You are a pretty neat dude....GRINS
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