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Movement drawing

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I love the movement in each one. There's something really attractive in the way these doodles are done.

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Doodly sketchy McDoodles. Free time sketches, Referenced some poses from an awesome website,  I just sketched them so if the heads are too big or small or the anatomy is off that's why, I trie...

Description Doodly sketchy McDoodles. Free time sketches, Referenced some poses from an awesome website, I just sketched them so if the heads are too big or small or the anatomy is off that's why, I tried to make them right but humans still give me trouble. Next task is to put clothes and hair and stuff on them. <3 Credits & Information Artwork ©2014 to SarahScala Timescale about 2 hrs maybe? Tools: Wacom Cintiq 12WX & Photoshop CS 5.5 References - www.posemaniacs.com You may NOT copy…

I spent my days in school doodling my way through math classes, filling pages with these tiny sketches of ballerinas. At the end of class I'd give pages of ball

I spent my days in school doodling my way through math classes, filling pages with these tiny sketches of ballerinas. At the end of class I'd give pages of ballerinas to my friends as locker art. I've been at home visiting my family for the past few days and it reminded me of these miniature sketches. So I decided to see if I still was a ballerina doodle expert and draw these!

Catie's CG Projects: Run, Trip and Fall

Idea #4: Man is running from an over-zealous female stalker. He turns his head to look over his shoulder, trips over a rock, falls flat on his face, gets back up and runs away. I particularly like this one. I referenced the run cycle from Richard Williams' The Animator's Survival Kit page 177. I added the head turn, the trip, the faceplant and getting back up. If I decide to do this one, I will have to record myself or someone else brave enough to attempt this action.