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Postby Telepurte » Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:41 am

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Subject title: The frivolous hand of Telepurte

Azy wrote:Always love seeing how much character you put into your drawings and the wacky stuff you make them do. As for kicking myself, yeah I pretty much meant everything you said in your last sentence. I really love animation and need to do more of it and would like to be professional some day. Also, I'd love to hear your whole story!

I'm glad you like seeing what I naturally do.
Yeah man! do animation, krita is free and has animation capabilities (though it does take some getting used to for the controls and stuff) and macromedia flash 8 is abandonware which means you can aqcuire it by any means without worrying about the fbi busting in your computer for piracy acts.
My whole story is still being written as I live erry day.

wannabe wrote:You are machine.
Delicious lighting! Getting adored every time i see works with simple contrasts but strong volumetrics.
Laughed of those Mona Lisa's pieces also.

I'm a human who has learned a good habit, you are able to do what I am able to do.
lol yeah the mona lisa pieces were thanks to Kozlik

DRaff210 wrote:Going to mirror what everyone else is saying - your animations are stellar! The one with the stick figure who turns into a mannequin blew my mind a little bit, haha. I also love the quality of your sketches; simple and lively, but clean and clear.


Thanks dude! I'm really happy to hear your input and feedback.
I've worked pretty hard to get good enough at sketching so that it looks cleaner than the first things I did, which were messy and chicken scratchy.
Clean sketches = easier time colouring it and painting over it.

Here's some stuff
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This one went surprisingly viral on twitter.
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Commission work:
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NSFW stuff (Click on it to burn your eyes)
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Thanks for lookin'
Hey, before you keep browsin', check my art out if you haven't already!
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17763
http://telepurte.deviantart.com/

 

Postby DarkLored123 » Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:58 am

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Good job, I like your work ethic and animations. Keep up the great work!

 

Postby geryes » Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:14 am

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MY EYES! THEY BURN FROM THE SEXINESS!!!!!

Great stuff all around! I particularly love the link drawings, Your work has gotten more refined even if you feel a lack of direction. I even like that you tried drawing with your left hand too, that's bold and a good practice. Keep up the great work :^)
I too mainly draw girls.
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Postby AntaresValdemar » Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:41 am

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The turnover is very satisfying to watch! Need to practice figure foreshortening myself.

 

Postby Josephcow » Tue Dec 19, 2017 5:17 pm

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Whoa your animations are great! It makes me want to learn again ( I used to mess around with it). How would you suggest getting started?

 

Postby ehlihr » Tue Dec 19, 2017 5:58 pm

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REALLY awesome animations!!! makes me want to do more with my work tbh. your work is really loose and fluid, i love the sketched feel to it!
17 year old self taught loser

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Postby wannabe » Wed Dec 20, 2017 3:30 am

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Telepurte wrote:I'm a human who has learned a good habit, you are able to do what I am able to do.
lol yeah the mona lisa pieces were thanks to Kozlik


Fair enough.
Sometimes i am just an amorphous blob at building good habits :lol:
Shame on me.
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Postby Moe » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:42 am

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Incredible work ethic! How many hours a day do you grind?
Yolo

 

Postby Engell79 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 11:32 am

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Looking at your recent pages Tele' i must say its great progress.

Espcally the refinement of shapes and forms has reached new levels :-) great work.

your really improving.!

 

Postby Martin Kiulhandzhiev » Sat Dec 23, 2017 2:17 pm

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...It ..is ..too satisfying... must..keep..scrolling .. xD aweesome! your shapes are soo beautiful and i have to say i just completely adore your paintings *.*
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Postby wannabe » Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:13 am

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Btw, the first time i scrolled, i thought that is a cigar
(and he's like in the middle of pirouette in a fistfight)
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(The more honestly the better)

 

Postby Telepurte » Fri Dec 29, 2017 4:34 am

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DarkLored123 wrote:Good job, I like your work ethic and animations. Keep up the great work!

Thank you! I work very hard and I will continue to do so.

geryes wrote:MY EYES! THEY BURN FROM THE SEXINESS!!!!!

Great stuff all around! I particularly love the link drawings, Your work has gotten more refined even if you feel a lack of direction. I even like that you tried drawing with your left hand too, that's bold and a good practice. Keep up the great work :^)

OH GAWD NOT YOUR EYES!! YOU NEED THOSE

Thanks man! I don't really know what to do with what I'm gaining but I feel like moving in any direction is better than not moving at all.
At this point it's just doing random stuff to try find what I like doing and to get good at that.

AntaresValdemar wrote:The turnover is very satisfying to watch! Need to practice figure foreshortening myself.

I'm happy to satisfy you even if it doesn't satisfy me.
Foreshortening is fun but also hard, which makes it REALLY worth it due to the rewards received from the large effort
I still gotta practice it more tho.
Josephcow wrote:Whoa your animations are great! It makes me want to learn again ( I used to mess around with it). How would you suggest getting started?

Thanks! I encourage you to do animation! Even if it's not your main focus, animation teaches a lot of things that benefit normal art.
I would suggest getting Krita since it has animation capabilities and it's free so you lose nothing by trying. Then I would watch Alan Becker's animation fundamental explanation, read as much as you can for animation, and just animate lol.

ehlihr wrote:REALLY awesome animations!!! makes me want to do more with my work tbh. your work is really loose and fluid, i love the sketched feel to it!

Thank you dude! Definitely do more with your work! Be inspired and encouraged to experiment and do stuff.
There really is nothing to lose except time when you're not using it.
wannabe wrote:Fair enough.
Sometimes i am just an amorphous blob at building good habits :lol:
Shame on me.

Yeah I was a blob too, but once you build a good habit you won't need to worry anymore, because your natural state becomes doing something instead of nothing.
You just have to try really hard for 14 days (the time many people agree is the time required to set a habit)

Moe wrote:Incredible work ethic! How many hours a day do you grind?

Thanks! Not enough.
Between 3 and 7 hours if you want specifics.
Engell79 wrote:Looking at your recent pages Tele' i must say its great progress.

Espcally the refinement of shapes and forms has reached new levels :-) great work.

you're really improving.!

Heeey thank you engell! I am happy to hear I'm making progress even if I don't feel like it.
Martin Kiulhandzhiev wrote:...It ..is ..too satisfying... must..keep..scrolling .. xD aweesome! your shapes are soo beautiful and i have to say i just completely adore your paintings *.*

Thank you very much! You inspire me to try do more painting.
wannabe wrote:Btw, the first time i scrolled, i thought that is a cigar
(and he's like in the middle of pirouette in a fistfight)
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hahaha I can see how it looks like that.
That was actually my favourite drawing of that batch. so I'm happy you noticed it and even commented on it. Thank you so much.


Alirght guys, here are some drawings!
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And some anims!
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Hey, before you keep browsin', check my art out if you haven't already!
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17763
http://telepurte.deviantart.com/

 

Postby magicfanny » Fri Dec 29, 2017 8:38 am

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Im so jealous of your animations I cant get them that fluid or smooth. I also love all your drawings there is so much work there and everything looks so nice (I need to get into the habit of drawing more too)

 

Postby Steeliebob » Sun Dec 31, 2017 2:41 am

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wow, your animations in the last page are beautiful. I like the the rainbow jumping girl in particular is blowing my mind.
also the massive amounts of drawings. Seems like you use some strategies that I have but are at least a few steps ahead. Very inspirational. ^^

just keep pushing yourself.

 

Postby Bugpal Hopeday » Tue Jan 02, 2018 10:02 am

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I like it when you just push the limbs super far. All your sketches you manage to make look like frames in an animation. And I just get a kick out of stuff that's visually funny in a subtle way, like the bottom left guy's expression on page one is great, reminds me of powdered toast man. And that cube getting samurai slashed is really cool.

Kinda random but do you have an opinion on Clip Studio Paint as an animation tool? I'm kinda curious if it's at all popular with animators, I think it's a pretty recent feature. It's my main software but I've never used it for that (and the non-pro version is crippled with an absurdly low frame limit anyway).
My sketchbook. Feedback and crits welcome.

 

Postby Nymzo » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:54 am

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What the... 56 pages, you're a veteran! Animations are looking great. I love your drawing style, reminds me of something, can't quite put my finger on it.

 

Postby Telepurte » Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:19 am

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magicfanny wrote:Im so jealous of your animations I cant get them that fluid or smooth. I also love all your drawings there is so much work there and everything looks so nice (I need to get into the habit of drawing more too)

Heeey good to see you again!
The fluidity of the animation is employment of the 12 principles of animation https://youtu.be/uDqjIdI4bF4
It's wonderful that you're experimenting with animation. Keep it up and you'll see improvement for sure. If there's only one thing you can remember, remember to never give up on something that's worth it.
I think it would be great for you to get back into the habit of drawing, then I could see more of your stuff and you get better at drawing while you're at it, win win!

Steeliebob wrote:wow, your animations in the last page are beautiful. I like the the rainbow jumping girl in particular is blowing my mind.
also the massive amounts of drawings. Seems like you use some strategies that I have but are at least a few steps ahead. Very inspirational. ^^

just keep pushing yourself.

Thank you steelie! I want to experiement more with colour in my animations so I can get a more appealing animation style
The strategies I use at the moment (which give me 8-12 pages a day) is having three drawing sessions a day one in the morning, one in the afternoon, and one in the night of 90 minutes full focus no internet or other any other distractions. I literally cut the internet off sometimes. That gives very high productivity rates because boredom sets in and the only thing left for me to do is draw.

It makes pushing myself easier and more efficiente.

Bugpal Hopeday wrote:I like it when you just push the limbs super far. All your sketches you manage to make look like frames in an animation. And I just get a kick out of stuff that's visually funny in a subtle way, like the bottom left guy's expression on page one is great, reminds me of powdered toast man. And that cube getting samurai slashed is really cool.

Kinda random but do you have an opinion on Clip Studio Paint as an animation tool? I'm kinda curious if it's at all popular with animators, I think it's a pretty recent feature. It's my main software but I've never used it for that (and the non-pro version is crippled with an absurdly low frame limit anyway).

Thanks! By pushing the limbs far do you mean exaggerating their proportions or is it something else you are referring to? I want to know so I can continue doing it and push even further.
Oh you, thank you very much.
Animation can teach a lot about art.

CSP is a great program, I'd probably use it if I had money and a lot of my animator friends use CSP; but nothing beats krita for me because it's free and it's made by artists for artists. Also I'm used to krita so making transition to another software is always a kick in the shin.
If you have CSP definitely use its animation feature. it'd be a waste not to lol.
Animation can teach a lot about art.


Nymzo wrote:What the... 56 pages, you're a veteran! Animations are looking great. I love your drawing style, reminds me of something, can't quite put my finger on it.

Haha yeah I don't talk so much so I don't seem like i've been around much but I've been lurking yes sir.
Thank you for the kind words! Let me know when you learn what I remind you of lol.


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Hey, before you keep browsin', check my art out if you haven't already!
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17763
http://telepurte.deviantart.com/

 

Postby Bugpal Hopeday » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:51 am

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Thanks, that's good to hear that CSP is considered good for that kind of work. As for the limbs, I was referring to the curved way that you draw them, as well as getting the apex of a motion and pushing it so that it's very clear what the action is!
My sketchbook. Feedback and crits welcome.

 

Postby wannabe » Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:14 am

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Would not comment on everything, that will take quite long, 4sure. In short, vigorously and fluid.
Can't withhold laughs from the angles and expressions of recent gif.
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Postby Inkey » Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:38 am

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Sweet stuff as always. You're. Making. Me. Wanna. Do. Animation. You crazy man!
A drawing a day keeps the evil demons at bay.
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