#76 02-05-2013 7:03 pm

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Re: Why you should keep trying.

This is really cool!

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#77 08-25-2013 6:50 am

doronmeir
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

That is just simply so inspiring. Thanks for posting that!


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#78 10-03-2013 1:13 pm

liukang0801
Registered: 11-16-2012
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

yeah...i will never give up...^^...try try try

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#79 01-14-2014 1:54 pm

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#80 04-24-2014 3:22 pm

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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Thought I would share one of my recent drawing copies and attempts to draw the character on model beside it.

http://www.fredthemonkey.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/04_24_onmodel.png

I wrote a bit about it here, if interested: http://www.fredthemonkey.com/blog/?p=335604

Anyway, another example of why you should keep going and keep at it!


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#81 04-24-2014 5:56 pm

leonardi
Registered: 09-26-2012
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

"Talent is cheaper than a table salt.
What separates the talented individual
from the successful one is a lot of hard work." Stephen King.

this is a great inspiration!!!! hard work hard work..........ok back to maya 101.......jajaja

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#82 05-05-2014 8:00 am

Anil Maharjan
From: Nepal, Kathmandu
Registered: 06-27-2010
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Yeah! Really very inspiring!


“Animation is about creating the illusion of life. And you can’t create it if you don’t have one.”-Brad Bird

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#83 05-14-2014 6:19 pm

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Registered: 03-17-2014
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

I know for  the love for animation. Nothing can stop us to work and enjoy and deliver high quality animation. Buy, i think, animation is the hardest  part in 3D field. This is by far i was told from people.

How to keep animating, keep getting better?

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#84 05-15-2014 8:48 am

AGoodFella
Registered: 01-29-2012
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Looking at your post history, its been a while since you actually posted any work. You want to get better? You know what to do.

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#85 01-12-2015 9:03 pm

Marc_H
Registered: 07-11-2011
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

https://31.media.tumblr.com/5081c8269316a29cd5bacf2a27c9be29/tumblr_nhea1tUUcP1r18ivno1_1280.jpg
Here's my progress over the past few years smile

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#86 03-03-2015 2:16 pm

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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Very encouraging. I think, most times, in my mind, I'm still years back in my own progress. I should start keeping early work to kill that perfectionist never-happy in me. This is a great post reminding us all how far we have come.


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#87 05-19-2017 11:06 am

jeffthoms
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Thanks for sharing this with us

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#88 06-26-2017 1:58 pm

J.K. Riki
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

Popped by to share another "progress" bit of artwork. Drawing from 2002 (when I was obsessed with anime) and 2017.

http://jkriki.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/06_24_2002to2017redone_smaller.png

I also did a write up on the process of redoing it and lessons I learned from it here: http://jkriki.com/2017/06/26/art-post-then-and-now/

Long story short, I think everyone should try this exercise at least once. You really see how far you've come along when you redo a piece of art you yourself did in the past. Still a long way to go, but progress is being made! smile (I need to practice more. Gee, how many times have I said that around here? Sigh... Need to put it into ACTION.)


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#89 07-06-2017 1:21 am

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Registered: 12-15-2012
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Re: Why you should keep trying.

J.K. Riki wrote:

Popped by to share another "progress" bit of artwork. Drawing from 2002 (when I was obsessed with anime) and 2017.

http://jkriki.com/wp-content/uploads/20 … maller.png

I also did a write up on the process of redoing it and lessons I learned from it here: http://jkriki.com/2017/06/26/art-post-then-and-now/

Long story short, I think everyone should try this exercise at least once. You really see how far you've come along when you redo a piece of art you yourself did in the past. Still a long way to go, but progress is being made! smile (I need to practice more. Gee, how many times have I said that around here? Sigh... Need to put it into ACTION.)

That's awesome. Nice improvement.


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