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    I plan on working on a couple of specific Fractal styles I like very much. The past year I was all over the place in regards to styles and that left my rather unhappy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgonops View Post
    I know, right? Even as I'm writing some of this stuff, I'm realizing the scenes I'm describing consist mostly of things I've never drawn before. Nothing for it but to do it, I suppose. I figure if I write some short scripts, I won't get so fussy about everything being perfect (like I would on a pet project) and will just sit down and friggin' do it.

    Good luck to you, too! We can do this. >:|
    Yeah, pretty much; I predict quite a lot of discarded paper and erasing in my future. I'm also going to try a storyboard before I dive in headfirst so I can get a feel for the pace of the dialogue and the layout. I'd recommend doing at least some panel thumbnails if you're having trouble at certain parts; it can get your mind in order for when you do the actual thing.

    Yes, yes we can!

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    Well, my only big project consists of many little projects; I want to makes tones of miniatures and jewelry bits to fill my Etsy shop with!

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    Well, my only plans are to improve on anatomy and (digital) painting in general in the hopes that my art will become less ugly.

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    I've got a Watercolor class coming up at the local art center, and I've signed up for the Baku Collective. I'll also be planning a wedding, so I'll probably be dead by May.

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    Getting my sci-fi comic/story project off the ground, hopefully. Still outlining a lot of the story, filling in gaps between the action, and trying to plug up any plot holes that I can find, and starting on the first few pages of actual storyline.

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    Technically, my biggest project is going to last me until about April/May. I'm organizing my senior show so it's going to be a huge ordeal to make sure I have enough work, invitations/postcards, business cards, framing, etc.

    Other than that, giant gay orgy picture.

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    I'm planning to learn to draw human faces (emphasizing on expressions), improving my anthro expressions and drawing landscapes. I would like to draw a comic too, but for that I need to write it and I'm not good at writing...
    We'll see... For now my main concern is humans ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuria View Post
    I'm planning to learn to draw human faces (emphasizing on expressions), improving my anthro expressions and drawing landscapes. I would like to draw a comic too, but for that I need to write it and I'm not good at writing...
    We'll see... For now my main concern is humans ^^
    I can say for a fact that branching out in your subject matter and practicing human expressions will be tough, but very rewarding; even if in the long run you end up sticking to mostly animalistic or monstrous characters, having a grasp of human facial expression will inherently improve your characterization. I myself have found that when I get commissioned to draw anthropomorphic characters, I've found its gotten much easier to portray mood since I started doing expression studies a few years ago. Broadening your study will only refine your skills!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanagrooboy
    Getting my sci-fi comic/story project off the ground, hopefully. Still outlining a lot of the story, filling in gaps between the action, and trying to plug up any plot holes that I can find, and starting on the first few pages of actual storyline.
    Good luck to you! I know it can be damn hard, especially with the dreaded writer's block, but I've seen some great stories come to fruition a couple years later (or less) with lots of dedication. I think for me the plot holes are always the hardest to tie up...

 

 

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