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General Discussion / Re: from drawing to gunpla?? or action figure etc.
« Last post by cometsan on October 19, 2019, 03:48:50 AM »
oh tx! injection molding...

i dont quite have the tool or interest to mass producte yet...but thanks for info..

how are these designed then? prototyped?

i mean i know CAD and stuff and moving vertices and getting things to not cull...
but what's it about when it comes to figure and gunpla?

what joint files?
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General Discussion / variety internship
« Last post by cometsan on October 19, 2019, 03:35:23 AM »
is there an internship that combines alot of things from
manga writing, game programming and design, animation and music?

I have been learning alone for too long and i'd gladly offer extra hand for experience and talent...
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My question is, what sort of balance is good between studies/copes and original work (where you just draw from your mind?

It's personal preference really, but people will refer to the Pareto principle or also called the 80/20 rule. So basically 80% study and 20% for you drawings.

Is it good to do quick gesture sketches, or longer studies, or a mix of both.
Basically what makes a good balance of work?

Of course a good mixture is good, but they have different purpose. On a gesture drawing, you are just trying to get the essence or the action of the figure, while a study you are trying to understand interpret the drawing from many aspects like color, value, form, structure and so on.

And what is the difference between a "study" and a "copy"? is that just your mindset when working?
Essentially yes, if you copy something, it's like reciting a book word per word. But in a study you are looking for answers.
For example If i have a reference picture of a mountain, if I copy that reference line by line than that's a copy. But if I decide to add snow to that mountain then you need to ask some questions like what part of the mountain would get the most snow, then that becomes a study.

Is it good to do studies before you do an original piece, during (i.e. using references), as a warmup or as a separate session of learning?
Yes, it is always good to use reference, your work will always be better, but either way is fine. Basically you are trying to store those reference in your brain so you can built a library of objects. So then the next time you draw a car, a belt or a soccer ball then you will fill confident in drawing them without any reference in the future.
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break Room / Re: hangul kanji hanja drawing 3d papercraft, a design
« Last post by cometsan on October 19, 2019, 12:27:04 AM »
Almost forget
Keichii Arawi's Nichijou
and Yamauchi Yasunobu's  DANSHI KOUKOUSEI NO NICHIJOU


i mean, i dont know
trying to design a gunplas from the joint to the body, achieving the perfect library of design
while also relying on gag mangas to support what's otherwise a messy hobby.

assault kingdom is so fun to play!

even better than HG, or FG or EG,

but no better than PG, MG, SG or anything with a stand.
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Starter Gallery / Re: TheClayMaker's Art
« Last post by TheClayMaker on October 18, 2019, 08:39:39 PM »
This is a character from the D&D campaign I'm running, named Ender Branch. He's a tiefling surgeon with less than ethical practices. I'll admit, I wasn't up to date on MHA when I designed this guy.

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break Room / Re: hangul kanji hanja drawing 3d papercraft, a design
« Last post by cometsan on October 18, 2019, 07:50:08 PM »
ROAMING THE APOCALYPSE WITH MY SHIBA INU - Ishihara Yuu
Lucky star - Yoshimizu kagami
Tora dora - Takemiya yuyuko
POPUTEPIPIKKU - OOkawa bukubu
KOMI-SAN WA KOMYUSHOU DESU - tomohito oda
+ TIC NEESAN - kuri cha
DR. KOTO SHINRYOUJO - yamada takatoshi


kamen rider

gundam


done!
it's all good designs.
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break Room / Re: hangul kanji hanja drawing 3d papercraft, a design
« Last post by cometsan on October 18, 2019, 07:41:58 PM »
So, one second thought, maybe reviewing gunpla properly is not my thing....
playing it as i review the parts yeh.

meanwhile putting lists of "toys-tle" that cheered me as reference
i like the jokes and the way its tells charas

Over Fence - Adachi Mitsuru
Rough - Adachi Mitsuru
Kabu No Isaki - Hitoshi Ashinano
Toki Wo Kakeru Shoujo - Mamoru Hosoda
Bleach - Tite Kubo
One Piece - Eichiiro Oda
Katsu - Adachi Mitsuru
Oyasumi Pun Pun - Inio Asano
DEAD DEAD DEMON'S DEDEDEDEDESTRUCTION - inio asano
Natsu No Rakugaki - Adachi Mitsuru
Idol A - Adachi Mitsuru
Whistle - Higuchi Daisuke
Kotonoba Drive - Hitoshi  Ashinano
Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou - Hitoshi Ashinano
Adventure Boys - Adachi  Mitsuru
Ganbare Memekochan - Munko
Mai Chan Daily Live - Munko
Yotsubato - Azuma Kiyohiko
Asobi Asobase - Suzukawa Rin
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure - Hirohiko Araki
Saruyama! - Akira Shouko
YUGAMI-KUN NI WA TOMODACHI GA INAI - Sakura Jun
YANKI-KUN TO MEGANE-CHAN - Yoshikawa Miki
To You The Immortal

oh wait gotta see water



eh i'm tired.

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Manga Art Gallery / Re: Divided Lie Gallery
« Last post by Action Animation on October 18, 2019, 07:16:36 PM »
@legomaestro, claymaker, suuper-san

Thank you all so much plan to bring out her colored version next then a redraw of Ryik in this style^^
-Action
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Starter Gallery / Re: TheClayMaker's Art
« Last post by TheClayMaker on October 18, 2019, 11:07:55 AM »
That’s a good idea. Thanks.
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Starter Gallery / Re: TheClayMaker's Art
« Last post by suuper-san on October 18, 2019, 11:05:43 AM »
Well the more the better when it comes to practice and improvement!
For keeping track of progression, you might also find it helpful to add a date, not necessarily on every page, but here and there so you know when you drew it.
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