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Well not recent. I made these model drawings at art school some 25 years ago.  

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i got a tablet because i've been wanting to learn how to draw. i've started out by practicing how to use photoshop brushes and color mixing by tracing over pictures. i think this one came out pretty well:

 

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i got a tablet because i've been wanting to learn how to draw. i've started out by practicing how to use photoshop brushes and color mixing by tracing over pictures. i think this one came out pretty well:

 

Z7ro1.jpg

 

That's an early effort? o.o That's good rotoscoping!

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still working on this, just what I got so far from last night. fun music to edit to :gamer:

 

 

 

James Ferraro - Sim / Bags / Dream On (unofficial)

Far Side Virtual (2011)

Electronic, Pop

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Footage from film “Coma” (1978) written/directed by Michael Crichton and “Scanners” (1981) written/directed by David Cronenberg

 

[vimeo]51682093[/vimeo]

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Aencre, I love your style. Have you ever wondered if your gestalt (shape of your body and its details) resembles your drawings in any way?

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I made this animated GIF using Excel: each frame was generated using straight-line graphs.

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Also, it's a stereogram. If you cross your eyes the column rotates counterclockwise (from above), while it's clockwise if you relax your eyes & stare through the screen.

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woah that is fun to look at. I just wish it was faster.

Me too - working on it.. I put the frames together using a free online build-a-gif site, and that was the fastest option. At work I can hopefully figure out how to edit the frame speed in photoshop.

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