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Dec 12, 2011
lola de toro
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Caveman, God, and Archeopteryx
Sep 28 2012, 1:40 PM
There is some movement in each figure, but I tried to hide the seams with color.
whoa there, your stuff is pretty great! nice character designs, I would love to see a model sheet breakdown of the characters--maybe some interesting poses. you seem to be pretty skilled!
Sep 28 2012, 1:48 PM
Thanks. I always find it more dynamic to draw a character and then break them up afterwards. That's why it's usually easier for me to work from storyboards or a detailed description. I can always draw characters in new poses so that they don't lose their dynamism.
Sep 28 2012, 1:51 PM
This is fantastic. They've almost got a 3D aspect to it. You're mixture of traditional and playfulness for God is lovely. You can tell he's God, but at the same time he looks like a dude in his PJ's. You pre-historic animal is perfect, I'd love to see your take on a Dinosaur or other creatures too. And as LoFi said (hope you don't mind the shorten name there dude), Try a character breakdown sheet for us to animate with. Lovely work, really nice :)
Sep 29 2012, 7:08 AM
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To echo what AW Clift said, these are exceptional character designs for the "Fall Formal Finale" collaboration. They're light-hearted and fun, and they're all great takes on the characters that are needed. facelesscow has also provided eyes, mouths, and hands so that these characters can be brought to life via animation. Great job! Keep it up!
Sep 29 2012, 7:44 AM
Sep 29 2012, 8:31 AM
Nice. This is some tight artwork going on here!
Sep 29 2012, 9:08 AM
Hey, I was wondering, could we see what God looks like from the back? That'd be awesome :)
Oct 01 2012, 7:01 AM
Really dig the spinal curvature you made with the caveman and the big sense of personality you made with God...kinda reminds me of the genie from Disney's Alladin. Great juxtaposition between the two characers and creature with color.
Oct 01 2012, 8:14 AM