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billy_x
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billy_x
I want to be a storyboard artist. How should I pratice for storyboard? I know studying movies and animations definitely helps. I want to make storyboard by myself for pratice. I want to know how artists prepare their portfolios for storyboard. It's just downloading a script somewhere and drawing? Or just turn a chapter of a novel I like into a script and make a storyboard? I find the latter one really hard to do. Thank you.
billy_x
[self-critique] I think I need to work on hands and feet(especially feet, cant really tell how the figure is landing on the ground )... and shading too.. when I add shadow, it really flatten the body .. In the last figure, I wonder if anyone other than me knows whats happening .. its really messy(i used mechanical pencil becoz the space is really small) ... To summarize, I should work on simplify feet and stop worrying about shading and do more study of twisted forms and overlapping shapes.
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billy_x
I am trying to do 30-mins session (twenty 1-min poses and two 5-min poses) as a daily warmup. I find it hard to draw when a body part overlaps with the landmarks. Also, attaching arms and neck to the upper torso. And I’m not good at foreshortening, too. Any help and critique would be welcomed. ref: quickposes (not sure I can drop a link here)
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