Monday, March 12, 2007

Test..............



Special thanks goes out to Mr Magoo for inviting me back to the allstars I really appreciate the thought. I'll try my best to keep up with the kiiler work that's being done .
I was playing around with this new program Toon Boom and I just recently had to start designing with it for a show Called Grossology don't know if anyone has heard of it as yet, very kool stuff and designs. Anyways I'm no longer on the show but decided to keep up with the designing and drawing in the program so I did these quick test using the brush tool. Well I hope everyone has been kool as the breeze and work has kept you all busy but not too busy stay fresh one and all.
Linton J

9 Comments:

Blogger Andre Moore said...

those look pretty darn good. I keep getting emails about that program but have never tried it. Maybe I'll give it a go this week.

12:59 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

For bro it real easy to use the drawing aspect of the program and also the rest of it as well as far as I've heard you can get full hand drwn looking like animation out of it so that's what I want to try once I get a hand on the design aspect of it But recommend you at least try it out excellent for vector base designs thanks for the kind words bro just trying to improve the little skillz I got

Linton

1:04 PM  
Blogger Mr.Magoo said...

Hey Linton welcome back! Nice work as usual but I think the bottom drawing needs some more attention. For example the line weight towards the bottom seem to be lighter than the ones up top. Here's a good trick. When I'm doing vectors I have a guide to help me keep line weights from getting too thick or too thin. I create 2 small vector circles. One to establish the limits of the thickest line weight and one for the thinnest. That way you maintain unity in the line weights. Just be sure and delete them when you're done.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Andre Moore said...

Good tip Masta Jedi Brian.

1:53 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

Thanks Mr Magoo it's nice to be back, and I appreciate the tip, I'm not sure how to achieve what your saying in toon Boom so if you know I would appreciate some more info or steps that I should take it most apprecaiated and Dre your right he is the Jedi Master!!!

Linton

6:43 PM  
Blogger Mr.Magoo said...

I've never actually used Toon Boom, I just assumed it was like other vector programs. It doesn't have to be a circle but some kind of shape to help you keep track of the line width. Thanks for the Jedi Master comment but I still see myself as a student.G God help us all the day I start taking that Jedi Master comment to heart.

10:46 AM  
Blogger samax said...

fabulous!

3:42 PM  
Blogger St John Street said...

Will be sure to try it thanks again Mr Magoo critique the hell out of my work whenever you like.hope the day was good cya round stay fresh!!!



Samax Thanks for the kind word hope your kooling and stay fresh!!!


Linton

5:01 PM  
Blogger Jamal Otolorin said...

Great designs. Nice strong shapes.

7:53 AM  

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