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Jess-Foxx-Quinn Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Professional General Artist
Love you line art. So detailed, which, when it comes to line art, I love so much. Great works!
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simonpark81 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you so much! if only i could find someone willing to really help out with colouring my line arts, i could make them so much more complicated - as it is, i err toward less detail because i dread colouring them afterward!
its a shame, when i first came to deviantart, i trawled the pages and groups, determined to find a colourist that could share my vision and work together with, side by side - at least online -
but even elitist colourers wont go near my work, its too detailed and diddy in its details.
that should make me feel good but somehow leaves me feeling kinda cheated lol
i guess it doesnt matter - over time we all find what we are looking for :)
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Jess-Foxx-Quinn Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional General Artist
I wish I could say I would take up the offer but the truth is, I am in the same boat you are in. My only problem is I have no money to pay anyone for the help and no one wants to do it for nothing. That's why I have been posting so little art these days.

Trust me, keep up with all the little detail work. Its awesome. It will define your work as your style, which I totally love. :D
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Aura-Dawn Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Welcome back my friend:  It is an honor for me that someone with your ability would choose to watch me.  Many thanks but hope you are not disappointed, seems like been spending more time with my group then on my own art.  Anyways, many thanks.

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did you get the live photographs of me, not 3D.
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simonpark81 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
still didn't get those live photos, and im finally back on track and ready for more work- so send me them when you get a moment my dear, I can begin on the pics as soon as possible :huggle:
also, come see my latest upload, an album cover for a german musician- finally getting my work noticed on a bigger scale :iconhurrplz:
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simonpark81 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

lol I wont be disappointed, I watched you because I visited your page again and was super impressed by your latest uploads. im interested to see where your animations and characters are going.

I never got the live photos, just the 3D ones... and the 3D ones are somehow lost in my computer at the moment...but I will find them and use them asap :)

I know they're in my pc somewhere, I downloaded them all and looked through them all.

if you want to note me the photos they would be a great help:)

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Aura-Dawn Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
sta.sh/01z3ioxjyft8 this is the the finished first  complete rendering of the walk cycle.  This may seem boring and long but that is because all the cut senes are not in it yet.  Only the first cut seen when she looks ahead to see where it is that she is heading, (the palace) then past that to back to the turn off into the forest.  This is where 2D scenery becomes overlaid with 3D so it is not a stark transition.  Everytime she raising her hand up to peer into the distance will be a cut scene.  Some place markers are in place, like close to the end when she is coming toward the camera, when she looks ahead you will eventally see a battle that she has been following.  (it is not finished yet.  Just finished killing one of the highway men last night.  so much to do)  Then at the end of this segment she will be at the battle.  Oh ignor the very end where the 2D background meets back up with the 3D.  it is supposed to give an illusion of depth of the path, but there is harsh line where they meet that didn't see before rendering and not going to go through all the trouble of rerendering until this seen is complete.

All the photgraphs used in this are my own, taken on the many trips to see the specalist.
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simonpark81 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i just checked it out again, is a wonderful and well put together animation! i think perhaps the movement is a little slow, but maybe that is internet compression messing it up?
the way you blend 3D with photographs is brilliant too. will answer your newer messages soon, am catching up with my inbox stacks again and this was on page 9 so.... yeah :shrug:
have a wonderful day, try to enjoy the little things, the sunshine, the rain, the way floorboards creak - i know life is tough for you, i wish i could be of more support. remember you are beautiful!
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Aura-Dawn Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
yea probably the internet cause it seemed to move ok for me
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simonpark81 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i will try again sometime. my interweb can be dumb sometimes.
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