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Offline Kada-Ru

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« Reply #25 on: May 29, 2003, 10:17:41 pm »
(giggles) Thanks, BlackUniGryphon!

I keep wanting to put the other wing in but am not sure it would actually be showing up in this pose. I kinda put myself in the pic as the one moving the wing. I know that sounds funny but it did help in figuring out where it would go.

I am always asking questions. Always looking for ways to improve.

I think I still have a ways to go to be able to create art pieces like yourself, BlackUniGryphon! I think you are great!

I do thank you for the compliments.

I noticed today when I was watching tv I was really paying attention to the womens legs and seeing how they are shaped, shadowed etc. I seem to be doing that a lot of late.  '<img'>
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« Reply #26 on: June 01, 2003, 12:31:19 am »
Quote (Kada-Ru @ May 29 2003, 10:17 pm)
(giggles) Thanks, BlackUniGryphon!

I keep wanting to put the other wing in but am not sure it would actually be showing up in this pose. I kinda put myself in the pic as the one moving the wing. I know that sounds funny but it did help in figuring out where it would go.

I am always asking questions. Always looking for ways to improve.

I think I still have a ways to go to be able to create art pieces like yourself, BlackUniGryphon! I think you are great!

I do thank you for the compliments.

I noticed today when I was watching tv I was really paying attention to the womens legs and seeing how they are shaped, shadowed etc. I seem to be doing that a lot of late.  '<img'>

Thanx for the compliment!  '<img'>

I'm always looking for ways to improve and strive to be more.


You sound just like me. All analizing how things are and how they look, and work...

When I learned Graphic Art/design, Computer Graphics,  animation, and film, it had ways of doing that to me allot. Like, I can't get scared watching horror movies, I'm too busy admiring the effects artists handy work.

Or if I look at posters and magazines, I'm wondering which techniuques they used.

And, animation.... I replay stuff over and over if it's really good.

If there's a really well animated movie, I usually cry when I go to the theater.


I'm just weird like that.

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« Reply #27 on: June 01, 2003, 10:49:50 pm »
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Like, I can't get scared watching horror movies, I'm too busy admiring the effects artists handy work.

(giggles) That is the way I am with art. WS gets surprised when I am looking at adult stuff or creating my own that they don't 'affect' me in a certain way. I am too busy analyzing the pic to get excited!  '<img'>

Though, I have to admit. I have been trying to see more of the pic then just how it was created. Opening my mind up you could say.  ':blush:'

I do the same thing with movies too. I try to see how they would have created this or that affect. Not into animation creating myself, I still like figuring things out.

I guess you aren't as weird as you thought? Probably more out there in the world that do what you and I do!  '<img'>

hmmms... perhaps that would make a good topic/poll?  '<img'>
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