Hi Again! Here's some more links I'm SUPER into and why I love 'em
- Figure Drawing (some Nudes) -- Here's a YouTube Channel of figure drawing poses. I had completely forgotten about that until I was searching through my link file. I will probably try this out tomorrow, I have really been feeling like I need to get back to basics!
- Bobby Chui -- Drawing Exercises - Composition -- Here's a video where Bobby walks you through an exercise! This is something I will be revisiting later as well! I completely I forgot that I saved all of these resources for when i was 'stumped' unfortunately anytime I've been stumped I didn't think to open this page!
- Toniko Pantoja -- Intro to Breakdowns-- I love his youtube channel, even though the posts aren't super frequent. This one in particular really helped me to understand how breakdown poses work and how to get varied action and change the timing/feel of your piece with just the breakdown pose. I struggled with breakdowns and inbetweening until sometime last year. They just didn't make sense to me!
- Animation Desk Tumblr - Storyboarding Response -- Here's a response from a boarding artist that was reblogged by the Animation Desk Tumblr. Usually you hear the same advice over and over again (because its true!) but I think this response really got what the person was asking. And is good advice I think for anyone (like me!) going--okay I know drawing is important and learning the film terms, etc. but how do I get a better understanding and level-up faster. This artist recommended watching youtube film critiques and other stuff about film making (in addition to watching actually movies and drawing of course!). That wasn't something I had thought of and is a good way to absorb information when your brain feels full at the end of a long week at your day-job or school or whatever.