Wednesday, October 10, 2007

falling hare

Round 2.5Not really a great one but I did this one faster than the previous, I have some problem's with keeping everything together (look at the head and arm with carrot in comparison with the rest). But I am trying to do this one as often as I can.

Does someone have any kind of feedback? I'm man enough to take it!

Round 2:

"Study and write down what you did wrong"

Round 2:

Hmm when I started with the book and the hand on the book, I noticed that I did something wrong.. You can see it on the comapirison. When I compared it in PS I noticed more mistakes I made, too bad the head is too wide....

My goal is to make one that is a bit like the original and use that to make a ink.

Round 1:

I was impressed by Amir his practise blog

So I tried to do the falling hare myself.
I started with this quick (and sloppy) sketch. I wanted to get familiar with the construction and pose.

It is really not much, but I want to make a post where I can show my steps on how I study.
Next on a cleaner and better version.

Only two/three months and I will have more time to draw... Counting down.


Looney Moon Cartoons said...

That's very accurate for a quick sketch.

Mitch said...

Hmm quick wasn't the right word. I did alot of corrections when I made this one.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see that you're attempting this, too. I've done some attempts myself and I've posted them on my blog.

amir avni said...

Nice going Mitch~! Keep at it

crazyharmke said...

Just keep practising, in the end it'll be perfect =).
Take your time when your off, turn on some nice music you like, ignore msn/skype & try to make your mind clear of all thoughts... I think that will work better.

Looney Moon Cartoons said...

Your drawings are good and solid, They are just a little of in their placement. A way I have found to avoid that is too check your work for placement of the shapes before drawing the details. Here is an example of what I'm talking about> from the $100,000 animation course lesson 4

Mitch Leeuwe said...

thanks all.

You're all right. I think I'm putting to much pressure on it, I need to relax more because drawing is fun ;)

JohnK said...

Hey Mitch,

wanna do a couple inking tests for me?

How do I email you?

Mitch Leeuwe said...

WOW, that would be awesome!

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