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Granted the story was not an accurate depiction of historic events,I thought it was a very successful film. I was initially kind of let down by how over the top some of the characters were (the goat-man playing the flute and the huge fat man with swords for arms), until I considered it as a recount ...
- Thu Apr 19, 2007 5:00 pm
- Forum: Illustration/Animation/Design Lounge
- Topic: J E I K - sketchbook (um...)
- Replies: 88
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I like some of the exploration I see here its good to see you doing some thinking in your sketchbooks. When drawing from your head I would practice studying the form your rendering, and why the shadows are placed where they are. It would help make your subject matter more believable. It might help t...
Hey guys, thanks for the support! so about the process... It is mostly digital, I just do the drawing scan it in and overlay a paper texture. I started by drawing the pages on the special paper, but that got expensive. The extent of the traditional media ends after about this far http://webspace.rin...
Hey guys, This is the first few pages of a long term project I am working on for a comic book class at my school. I am a Junior studying in an Illustration program and this is kind of a semester long project. It's really a work in progress so the text hasn't been put in yet, but the script is writte...
- Wed Apr 18, 2007 5:17 pm
- Forum: Recommendations - Literature
- Topic: Short Stories by Ray Bradbury
- Replies: 4
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Ray Bradbury is a contemporary Sci-Fi Writer, I am unsure of whether he is still alive or not. I have recently been reading some of the hundreds of short stories this man has written, and MAN! are they awesome. Bradbury is best known for Farenheit 451 (http://www.reference.com/browse/wiki/Fahrenheit...