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My first Animation Walk-Cycle!!
My buddy :iconryu2010: taught me the basics, walked me through some spots and this is what i ended up with! I also had help from :iconlonesomefaery: to save this thing because my computer fails lol.
Little jumpy at the ends of the paper and such but i dont think the flow is too bad for a first animation :aww:

P.S Let It Load...Its a little slow to load because its so damned big....the speed looks better once its finished. Thanks!
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This is my animation of a bird that I did in my first year of animation uni. It was required to take off, link into a flight cycle and then land. This was a very frustrating project, birds hard to draw flying! I had problems with proportions near the end because I rushed it. :s
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This is the second half of my 'animals in motion' project set in my animation uni. This is a year old test, already I hate it. There are some issues with the drawings and key poses, but I thought it was good for my first time animating four legs, especially since I never drew any cats beore this.

The Bird Animation that was the first half of this Animals in Motion project can be found here. [link]
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8"x8" on cardboard
collage, acrylic paint and silkscreen.

made for steve *TurquoiseHexagonSun and inspired by his work. it was done on a tv memorial test print.
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an idea i'm trying out: the drawing with swatches of the colours/patterns i associate with the object
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Media: Ink

This is a samurai circa 1800. If you look closely you can see that while the iron death mask is violent and malevolent, the mouth inside is calm and focused. this concentrative frown doubles as the masks "teeth" also.

The figure stands like some heavy statue while the left hand is inconspicuously drawing the sword.

Like most of my feudal (historical) work everything is correct (the armor, weapons, decoration etc.). I may pay too much attention to detail. Who knows?
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I wouldn't usually submit something like this, but I liked it so I thought I'd put it on.
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Recently I've been experimenting with pastels, and having a fun time with it.
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A regular pencil and chalk pencils on some kind of textured gray paper. It took about two hours.

Reference photograph taken by me: [link] I wasn't trying to make it look exactly like the reference picture, by the way.

EDIT: Feb. 2010 - Thanks for all the comments, favorites, and views! :hug:
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This is a charcoal pastel latex and spraypaint drawing of Memphis, TN
on 4 pieces of paper totalling 88" x 30"

Sincerely,

Alex Harrison

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