Zoungy Kligge
Zoungy Kligge
Pennsylvania
Teaching Artist at Goggleworks
Zoungy Kligge
Two minute gesture is hard! It's hard to capture that flowing feeling....
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Zoungy Kligge
Jesse, Alexis, Peter, thank you for your feedback!
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Micah Santos
Robo Beeeaan!! Once you do enough, you start getting into the rhythm of things. The twists were the fun ones. Open to any helpful feedback
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Zoungy Kligge
Beautiful, you get a sense of the model's attitude with these
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Zoungy Kligge
My robo bean tilt and twist exercises. The second from left, bottom row, is the last twist pose. l tucked the pelvis under more than Stan did.
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Low Horvath
can someone explain the last robo bean to me? i feel like i don't understand why its that way.
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Zoungy Kligge
What specifically did you not understand? I did mine differently than Stan did. I tucked the pelvis underneath a bit more. I'm about to upload mine and then you can see what I mean
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Zoungy Kligge
My sketches for the robo bean "lean" lesson. I thought it was pretty challenging!
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Zoungy Kligge
A page full of leans, twists, tilts, and foreshortened bean poses
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qcy
More beans. Really having trouble with the relative placement of the two ovals.. is the pelvis oval suppose to follow the contour of the buttocks?
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Zoungy Kligge
Generally I think the answer is yes, that is how I did mine. But sometimes Stan is pushing the positions to help exaggerate a bend, lean, or a twist
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Zoungy Kligge
Here are some of my two-minute gestures.
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Stan Prokopenko
Wow. I don't know how, but this ended up being one of the hardest challenges to judge. You guys did great with this. I couldn't pick 1, so I picked 5 winners! And there were way more that came close. The winners are: @Zoungy Kligge @Ihsan Azrael @uwushane (instagram) @_leiondavid (instagram) @randalrobertsart (instagram) Congrats, you all get a free course. Please email support (the help button on the bottom right) and let us know which course you want. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'm very thankful for all of you and the support you've shown me and my team throughout the years :)
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Zoungy Kligge
This is awesome, a great Thanksgiving surprise. Thank you @Stan Prokopenko !
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Zoungy Kligge
Congratulations everyone
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Zoungy Kligge
Fingers crossed for a Draftsmen Christmas special! This is great news in any case
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Peter Cohen
October 2022 Proko Challenge Submission
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Zoungy Kligge
I enjoy the warm muted palette in this
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Zoungy Kligge
Baby Skelly circa 1986, disguised as a regular human, going trick-or-treating with his friends. Each household gets the fright of a lifetime when Skelly lifts his person mask, revealing a truly cute skeletal face!
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Carlos Javier Roo Soto
Here's a follow up to my previous post of the Skull character, I did some silhouettes to work the shape design. Right now, #5 is the one that is working for me. What do you think?
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Zoungy Kligge
Maybe billow the cloak out so that the limbs are seen in clear silhouette
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Levi Kalden
I made this at school. Our topic was "winter travel" (translated) I thought about adding some ice spikes and such into the eyes and some more detail into the hat if I wanted to submit this finally
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Zoungy Kligge
This is really beautiful
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Carlos Javier Roo Soto
Another follow up to my Skull character, this time I'm roughing the face. Right now only #1 and #5 seem to be working for me. The character is an Anti-hero fused with a demon skull, I don't want it to be very Ghost Rider-ish, so I want the skull to feel more like a helmet or mask. I try using Bruce Timm style as a based for the design but not a full on copy, is mostly working for the body, but I'm quite please with the general direction of the face. I want to try to finish the design by tomorrow so I can start thumbnailing the composition on Monday. What advice can you give me?
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Zoungy Kligge
They look all pretty good and symmetrical to me. I look forward to seeing how you shade them
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Zoungy Kligge
My Proko Skull Challenge work in progress, part two. I have moved beyond line work and now I am roughing in local color and some light and shadow patterns.
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Cyril Cory
Hey guys, Here's my take on this month's challenge. Maybe not very halloweeny, I wanted to celebrate life over death :)
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Zoungy Kligge
Such a nice dynamic composition
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