Here is where I work on the clouds and answer splash-light 's question: Do you also do traditional art? If so, which one do you think is easier, which do you prefer and which do you think you are better at?
This is where I get into refining the silhouettes of the foreground character. I also respond to eagling 's question: What do you do to get used to new brushes? And do you have a favourite brush or favorite combination of brushes?
It was funny though.. after I saw the movie a few days ago, I noticed that it was a recurring theme to draw Jiro showing Naoko the wind or stuff like that, when in fact ---in the movie it was her who did just that! She played such a huge role in Jiro's inspiration.. that it should be the other way around!!
Was going to write some handwritten thing but i was wondering if it was too spoilery;;;; so it was nixed
H-Hope you like my entry!!!! <3 i had such a pleasure doing it oh gosh it's a great movie everyone should go watch it...
*Edit* Seems I didn't make it to the 25 semi-finialist TTnTT A bit of a let down, but oh well. Good Luck to the semi-fianlists!
My finished entry for the LBP Contest. -u-
I really like how this came out, especially the meanie wing.
-- Summary of level: A Sackbot, trapped in a Meanie Factory, is able to escape his cruel fate of being turn into a meanie just as he himself is being turned to one. After escaping the factory, he wonders into a town. Unfortunately, every Sackboy and Sackbot is afraid of him due to the meanie wing in which the factory left on him. But then he meets one Sackboy, a Sackgirl to be precise, who wasn't afraid.
After sometime, they become very close friends, and as time went on, the Sackbot grew to like the Sackgirl quite deeply. One day he decides to confess his feelings to her and arranges a meeting. Just as they were meeting up, something horrible happens and the Sackbot uses his life in order to save the sackperson most dear to him.
Now dear death, he tries to comfort the now grieving Sackgirl, and goes on to confess his love to her. Before he could get an answer from her though, he passes on. All the Sackgirl could do was cry. Knowing that he would not be able to hear, she goes on to say how she felt about him. Suddenly, she hears something, a voice. His voice. When she looks up, she is overjoyed at what she sees, the Sackbot seem to have come back to life.
The two,now reunited, go on to live their lives together.
"Nothing can break the string that binds us together." --
Everything but the Sackbot and Sackgirl were not made/drawn by me. They are from the Asset pack included w/ the contest.
*edit* is it just me, or is the quality of this really pixelly? it was perfectly fine on my XP(made it on that comp), but on my Vista laptop it looks fail DDDD:
Ponyo, Ponyo, Ponyo, fishy in the sea!
~I decided to enter the contest :3 Really like this movie, very adorable~ Took me a lil bit to animate this O: yay for tweens!~ First time I used this certain program to animate. This is one of 4 I will be submitting... so get ready for the spamz lolss
I couldn't help myself, it was Miyazaki's movie. Hopefully it looks like the plane is going into Jiro's head silhouette? I tried my best to make the style more miyazaki's style while still retaining my colouring style, you have no idea how many times I watched that trailer.