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Friday, November 26, 2010

Very, Very Rough Pre-Sketches


This is the roughness I usually start with. BTW, Uli is back blogging! And how! Check out this hand-drawn animation test gem:

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6 comments:

  1. I like your very very rough pre-sketches even more!:o0

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  2. Yeah! That's what I mean!
    its so special that even your very,very Rough Pre-Sketches are great :-) keep going
    I'm looking forward to some finished stuff :p and some wallpapers ;-)

    Oh Yeah...I know what perspective is all about and i can draw the basics (boxes,cylinders, ellipses,.... its weird... but i can not handle it great at a real drawing,and mess up foreshorting and so on,... can somebody give me more information about this? links?

    Florian? At this very,very Rough Pre-Sketches, are you worried about perspective and stuff like that?? Maby i have to admit that drawing is not my thing :-)

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  3. beautyful ..i realy like dat line test...nd timin too...

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  4. Andrei! Cheers! :)

    Anonymous, well, perspective is one of the principal elements in drawing. You can't draw volume without knowing perspective. It's everywhere. BTW, check out this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP9x1322dK8&

    Shamil, absolutely! Same here! :)

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  5. thnx for the link! cheers

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