2D Artwork: Animate Ultra Magnus

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  1. Zodberg

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    Dude, you are REALLY good at sketches! :thumb 
     
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    I notice this with all your work you keep very close almost religiously to the toy even keeping the screws and such I think that doing so might be holding you back a bit maybe try a more dynamic pose and put some character into the face
     
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    Great sketch work!
     
  5. Ultra Rodimus

    Ultra Rodimus It's over 9000

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    Wow, the detailing is fantastic! Really liking this :D 

    Keep up the good work, man.
     
  6. Zodberg

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    I get this a lot - almost more than any other feedback - and I say, "In good time." I intend to start with sequentials once I'm done my current que. Which I hope to get through fast but work and conventions really chow down on my time. Also I am quite the lazy lad!

    'Literal' drawings of the toys is just what I enjoy. I usually spent about ten minutes trying to get an interesting pose that also shows all the details of the toy that I want to draw, before becoming frustrated with the limited articulation and just drawing something dull like this. (and I wanted to have the mouth open but I couldn't find anything the exactly right size to shove in there to keep it agape.)

    Also Blitz, you should know that I clearly intend to use your Trypticon linework as a personal guide on how to put down line variance to reflect depth, once I start to draw with more depth.
     
  7. ILoveDinobot

    ILoveDinobot Arise Rodimus Prime

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    Soo cool.
     
  8. Blitz.

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    my ego loves that last comment

    I'm not saying you have to make a full blown sequential peace just mix it up have some fun.

    Saying that if you enjoy what your doing well ignore me and keep going
     

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