2D Artwork: 2010 JIVE "Generations Style"

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  1. GAUGE

    GAUGE In Art, Nothing Is Impossible.

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    This is JIVE. she is my good Friend Katherine's original Character. we occasionallly draw eachothers OCs. anyway, she recently whipped up a new piece of Supernova (my OC) so I in return whipped up a couple pieces for her.

    This is of course just in the concept stages, But by the time I'm done she will have an Air Craft Mode. a Ground Vehicle Mode and a Robot Mode. Both modes will be based off of the TRAMONTANA-R.

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    She has a bot mode, she has an Air Craft Mode, and also a Ground Vehicle Mode. (the air and ground modes aren't drawn yet, but they are in my head)

    I sketched Jive out using a PILOT Precise V5 Roller Ball Pen.

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    SpeedFreak01 Well-Known Member

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    Wow, brilliant sketches! Call me crazy, but Jive bears a certain resemblance to Drift...
     
  3. GAUGE

    GAUGE In Art, Nothing Is Impossible.

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    Hmmm well I did study both TF Spotlight Drift and TF Spotlight: BLURR to get inspiration so that may be where your seeing it. :D 
     
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    Is it weird that I find her attractive? Lol
     
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    UTF Manifestation of /toy/

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    Proportions need some work, particularly the length of the arms. From the front shot, the elbows are roughly where the midsection tapers, but in the perspective shot, they're much higher. Typically on arms hanging straight down, the wrist is line with the crotch.

    The chest panels aren't totally equal either. In this perspective, it would appear that her left chest panel is much smaller than the right.

    It has potential though.
     

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