Hey, what's up people
And I'm back at again with another post. I think I'm doing pretty good posting more often if I say so my self. (￣▽￣)ゞ Also, I like to say that I recently got a new job, but it's no ordinary job, it's a graphic design one and I am very happy. (〇*>∀<)ゞ★☆ I still think that this is surreal that I got a job in my field and that working really hard to get to this point in my life payed off.
So, through out the time that I've been working at my graphic design job, I would try to draw action poses on my breaks and I learned a lot from drawing individual shapes for the body and different angles for the head. The whole reason for doing this is because not only that I want to get good at drawing poses from my mind, but also get better at 2D animation.
The particles, the flow, and camera work comes all together so well. It was such a hype moment.
A young gentlemen by the name of David Bradshaw told me that I should practice drawing poses and looking at multiple references to familiarize my self with the human body. He also mention that I should look up famous animators such as, Nario Matsumoto, Noaki Kobayashi and Hiruyuki Yamashita. All of these animators have really inspired me to work on 2D animation. If you like to see David Bradshaw's portfolio you can click right here https://davidbradshaw.carbonmade.com He has some pretty good stuff. ♡＾▽＾♡
This pose right here came from my mind. At this point, I began to think of 3D shapes in my head and tried to visualize on how it was going to look like. Of course I could of done better, but I'm still a noob when it comes to thinking of poses on the spot. At one point, I even dreamed of sketching out different poses, that's how much I was doing this (lol). ╭( ･ㅂ･)و
until next time, peace, and thank you.
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