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human actions drawing tut

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Aug 5, 2009 | 8:46 PM EDT

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Human actions drawing tut is a tutorial game. Graphics are basic, they should be more detailed. Including animations would explain things much better. You should be able to go backwards as well as forward.


Rated 1 / 5 stars


Why do these videos get such high reviews? x

piggy123 responds:

cause there are only like 100 out of like 99999999


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

lol Thanks :)

For using my music in something. It's getting me a little more known each day!

Although the effort is below average. Try better next time :D

piggy123 responds:

hehe sorry


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not too detailed

I didn't really understand what exactly you did when you drew the body. More explanations would be nice here. Also, a short clip of a body being drawn could help as well.

The steps for the body parts where more detailed, but still short clips would help more than just the drawing steps.

Also, the navigation only has the most basic part, a forward button. I cannot go back; if I want to see a previous step again I have to start over the whole flash.
A little menue where I can jump to certain steps would also be a good idea.

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piggy123 responds:

i know thanks


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not very detailed

I think that when you've shown these steps, you've not been very detailed - you can achieve much more of an effect by using a smaller drawing tool and zooming in. This will give you a more detailed image, with less clutter - the black lines don't interfere with each other, causing the image to look blotted and ill-drawn.

With the drawing of the body parts, would you not be able to draw a movie of the piece being drawn, rather than a step by step placement of the lines like importing girders for a steel frame.

Practising with the drawing style will give you a much better output - you don't need to draw chest muscle structure in a figure until you come to the detail part if they are going to be wearing a T-Shirt. That's one of the major failings - you do too much more work than you need to do, in order to produce the piece. Working on that will give you a much improved product to show the uninitiated.

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piggy123 responds:

thanks you