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Roxane Lapa
I posted my info here yesterday in the hopes of getting a review, but my comment was immediately hidden by a bot "for spam". I'm guessing it didn't like the link to my ArtStation portfolio. I did open a dispute, but I guess moderators don't work on Sundays so if it ever gets unhidden, it will sadly be too late for that review. Your bot is a real jerk. Just saying.
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@redthepencilmonster
Oh, no! I really hope that gets sorted out
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@redthepencilmonster
I have worked with a wide range of media, from paper collage to CGI. I enjoy creating for its own sake, but professionally, I am pursuing an animation career. I haven't strictly settled on traditional vs CGI, but I greatly enjoy working with both. Apologies if the wide range of media on display makes this portfolio hard to analyze!
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@redthepencilmonster
Finished the assignment! All of these sketches were done with good ol' pencil and paper. I opted not to erase all my construction lines to better show my thought process. All critiques welcome!
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@omambia
Her is my assignment after watching the example videos.
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@redthepencilmonster
Excellent work! It took me a long time to spot any mistakes at all. The fifth image in particular is a little strange, both technically and design-wise. The ribcage is flattened, the neck is too stiff, and I'm not sure why the left arm terminates so abruptly. The sixth image has an even bigger problem: all of the fingers except the thumb are missing a joint, and are noticeably too short (though it appears Marshall's demo may have the same mistake; can't be sure, because I don't have the premium course). Overall, I'm impressed. The perspective is convincing and your design choices do a great job of showing the function of the joints. As I'm still working on this material myself, seeing this level of dedication is very motivating!
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@redthepencilmonster
Apologies for the line quality! These were made on my phone with a big, fat stylus. There are some mistakes I am already aware of and intend to fix when I return to this assignment at a later date. All critiques welcome!
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