Tuesday, December 18, 2007


John K had another toy construction lesson on his blog:

Hmm the lines are a bit sloppy...

And some other thing.
I want to be able to draw decent poses (for animation). So I thought it would help to study some acting and posing from the flinstones. The originals are from Carlo Vince, I got them from John K's blog.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


And then I found this course from Preston Blair! (all kids on skools should get this book)
And now again I copy allot of old drawings to learn the basics and principles, at least that is what I am trying to do.

Inking is really a good way to learn it.
When I ink a drawing I really need to think about the drawing. You need to understand it to do a good job, just like copying a modelsheet.

A ink I did of a sketch of John K's George.

The original drawing of John K:

I really had to analyze the drawing and think about it. Now I see my ink again I see things that I can do better the next time, especialy some of the forms and corners.

I'm thinking what the next step is, drawing a character like bugs bunny in you're own poses? Or should I just keep inking and copying. I still can learn allot from that.