School. And Other Things.
Yeah, I decided after years of improving my artwork and staying out of an actual school for years, its time to head back. I love drawing on my own, but I think its time to further improve myself, by tieing up some loose ends.
In other news, I’m currently drafting two rebooted animations in Flash Pro 8, as I decided to start anew and animate it again, the right way. I can’t say when they’ll be done but I’ll post updates whenever.
As for updating my Youtube, I really am against that. Mainly, because the place has changed, and people including friends complain about the site and I’d have to agree.
I could always make the videos unlisted and post them here. I think that’ll be the best plan. Anyways, that’s it. Wish me luck with school. Peace. ^_^
Spending the day drawing and touching up my book, AD. Hope you all are having a great day thus far. ^_^
Still messing around with digital sketching. Lately, I’ve only been drawing digital to get used to it. ^_^
Messing around with Sketchbook Pro. I think I’m starting to fall for digital now. XD
Recent sketches from my sketchbook. I really need to sketch more. ^_^;
Just a random idea I had of my character transforming.
Things as of Late.
Well, sorry for being awol and non productive for awhile. I’m back and listing current plans/events.
1. Learning 2D Animation/Digital Art - This is going fairly better than last time’s vent. I’m currently more mellow and trying to get the hang of things.
2. 3D Animation/Art - I’ve also been branching out and modeling here and there when I can. Future projects may follow this path, I dunno yet.
3. Old School Revival - Since it seems like a year of revivals, I’m currently doing the such with my work, giving it a retro and fresh coat of paint, so to speak.
That’s pretty much it. I thank my friends for their advice, and their support as of late. In other news, had some great food yesterday as a b-day treat. Hey, pizza and chinese is always good. XD
I cannot for the life of me figure out completely digital art. I’m sorry, but in art classes I learned the traditional route, and ultimately I’m more skilled at such. I don’t really like how a tablet feels, compared to pen and paper, which leads to frustration when a project I worked on most of the year, turns out average. Sighs, maybe one day I’ll get it, or I’ll just stick with traditional. Anyways, vent/rant over. Later. :-)