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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Wander Over Yonder)

Postby ULTRADJ » Mon Aug 11, 2014 4:32 pm

I watched like one or two episodes for it, and well, it's okay I guess. I don't hate it, but it doesn't really grab me to it. It feels like some of it has been done before, and I know it's just a kids show, but that's how I feel. Not bad doodles of the show nonetheless.
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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Wander Over Yonder)

Postby Grivous » Mon Aug 11, 2014 7:10 pm

This clip pratically resumes all the show.



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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Preview: Comic - "Guarda-Chuva")

Postby Grivous » Thu Aug 14, 2014 8:16 am

Coming with a short preview of half of the comic I am already doing, based on WoY show.
It won't be a extra long shot or even a series comic. I believe it will only last 2 to 4 pages.

Also, this will be my first attempt on doing with Ink or permanent marker. Some lines will be a little shaky; out of practice, it's really hard to keep your hand stand and firm!
The full page will come some time later.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Preview: Comic - "Guarda-Chuva")

Postby Grivous » Sat Aug 16, 2014 4:00 pm

Looking at Google Images, what a treasure!

The "Do's and Don'ts" sheets by Craig McCracken and Alex Kirwan (Artist Director) for the artists working on the show. Simply beautiful!
(Open the images in a new tab to see them bigger)

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Source: Craig McCracken's Tumblr

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (The "Do's and Don'ts" Sheets - WoY)

Postby Grivous » Sun Aug 17, 2014 8:55 am

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(Comic) "Guarda-Chuva" - Page 1

Wander and Sylvia walks through a forest and a storm starts to accumulate over their heads. But Wander have a solution.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (The "Do's and Don'ts" Sheets - WoY)

Postby Jesturr » Wed Aug 20, 2014 5:03 pm

Wow, that comic looks really well done, especially for traditional!
Impressive, Griv :D
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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (The "Do's and Don'ts" Sheets - WoY)

Postby Grivous » Sat Aug 23, 2014 9:27 am

Thanks, Jesturr. I really apreciate it. :D


Btw, still updating a new character.
And in the same time practicing poses, gestures and expression for him.

He don't have a name yet, not even a background. But there'll be some funny comics with him.
I am also willing to practice Flash with him, if possible.

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I would like to thank you to Craig McCracken for the "Do's and Don'ts Sheet" about the Eyes and Mouth Expressions. Those were really useful.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - ([☆] Bar Buddies & South Park Test Style)

Postby Grivous » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:45 am

We all know about JanAnimations' and ShadyVox's videos and the C&D issues with Hasbro.
But this didn't stop yet fans to share the videos and do some other fan videos with it; as reviews, parodies and even dubbings.
I, for one, did dubbings with few of them.

[☆] Companheiros de Bar (with English subs)


Cast:
Me as Neon Lights and Button Smash


[☆] Teste em Estilo South Park (No subs yet)


Cast:
Me as Shady
My brother (LeanRB) as Jan


The other projects I am doing, "Fall of the Crystal Empire" and "TBSP: Persona 4", will take an while to finish yet.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Less cartoonish style. *FAIL* lol)

Postby Grivous » Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:41 pm

Coming with more sketches of poses and expressions. Plus, some effects.

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There's a weird fact about sketching.
When you don't realise what are you drawing, just scratching the paper without worries, you make a short comic from nowhere.
The first attempts that I did in this page are the second, third (from left to right, on top of page) and fourth (on second line, left side) and, when I saw it after finish, turned out a short comic of him looking for something until he find it; and then, he analyses it. That was pretty weird... and so natural.

I also tried some faces with less cartoonish styles. Two of them turned out terrible. lol
Of couse, I did it without looking for the right tutorial for it. I just wanted to see how it would be look like before searching for some.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Less cartoonish style. *FAIL* lol)

Postby Harumii » Fri Sep 05, 2014 4:51 am

i like your cartoony style grivous
it's simple yet satisfying
and you make their movement well, like none of them look stiff or out of wack
also the dubbings sound really good - although, i don't speak the language lol
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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Making Progress - Page 02)

Postby Grivous » Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:48 pm

I apreciate that! Thanks, Haru.

Coming now with a short preview of the Second Page of "Guarda-Chuva" comic. Still in sketches and on progress, but with the script already done.
Without the texts to avoid spoilers, of course. :P

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And, if you like to meet new animations, this one here have won the 2014 Annecy Award from AIAFF (and other 22 movie awards).
May I present to you, "O Menino e o Mundo" (The Boy and the World):



I say that the film won the festival with great merit. The animation is simple, cute and very pleasant. It's simply genius.
Two of the best and interesting things of the film is the music made for it and its own language.
First the music, just to give the idea:



The second thing, as I said, it's the language. The original was portuguese, of course, BUT it's a portuguese that neither I could understand. It's said in backwords.
All characters speaks portuguese in backwords. It like the movie title, "O Menino e o Mundo" would be "O Oninem e o Odnum". It's the same thing if you do in English, "The Boy and the World" to be "Eht Yob dna eht Dlrow". Other examples:

PT: "Êcov é mu onimem otium laicepse!"
EN: "Uoy era a yrev laiceps yob!"

PT: "Anhev àc, ohlif!"
EN: "Emoc ereh, nos!"

PT: "Uotse odasarta! Osicerp ragep o mert aroga!"
EN: "I ma etal! I tsum ekat eht niart won!"

Crazy, huh?!
It was already in cinemas around here in January but sadly couldn't watch it. I am looking forward for the DVD.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Making Progress - Page 02 + Trailer)

Postby Grivous » Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:08 pm

New episodes of WoY now that we're getting to Season 2, how neat!
At least, three new episodes came from September to now:

The Gift II: The Giftening

"When gifts strangely start appearing on Lord Hater's ship, turning their recipients into zombies, Lord Hater and Commander Peepers must escape from whoever is giving the gifts."


The Date

"When Lord Hater gets stood up by his date, he decides to destroy the planet because of it. So Wander convinces Sylvia to go on the date with Hater in order to save the planet."

The Buddies

"Lord Hater pretends to be Wander's buddy when he's trapped on his own prison planet."

Best Episodes so far, imo: The Gift II: The Giftening and The Date (laughed my butt out on both).


Later I will post some new art.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Preview: Guarda-Chuva - Page 2 [Comic])

Postby Grivous » Sun Nov 09, 2014 7:11 am

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Another short preview of half of the comic based on WoY show.

The full page will come some time later.


Also, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has already selected the animations movies for the Oscar 2015.
The list goes on as:

- Big Hero 6
- The Book of Life
- The Boxtrolls
- Cheatin’
- Giovanni’s Island
- Henry & Me
- The Hero of Color City
- How to Train Your Dragon 2
- Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart
- Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return
- The LEGO Movie
- Minuscule – Valley of the Lost Ants
- Mr. Peabody & Sherman
- Penguins of Madagascar
- The Pirate Fairy
- Planes: Fire & Rescue
- Rio 2
- Rocks in My Pockets
- Song of the Sea
- The Tale of the Princess Kaguya


Sources:
http://www.indiewire.com/article/2015-oscar-predictions-best-animated-feature-20140914
http://www.cartoonbrew.com/award-season-focus/20-animated-features-submitted-for-2014-oscars-105277.html

Then I was like, seriously, what the fuck Oscar?
Except The Tale of Princess Kaguya, Rocks in My Pocket, Song of the Sea, Minuscule - The Valley of Lost Ants, Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart, Cheatin' and The Boxtrolls, why some of other movies are even there?!
Big Hero 6? It's because is Disney?
The Hero of the Color City? I don't even know why is there...
How to Train Your Dragon 2? It's because has dragons?
Planes? Disney again?
Rio 2? Yeah, I totally disagree that Rio 2 is on Oscar 2015; the script sucks.

Where are "Tante Hilda", a great history of an plant biologist fighting against the companies whom only thinks of money and profit?


"The Prophet", a movie animation based on Kahlil Gibran's book, The Prophet?

"The Boy and the World", for Pete's sake?! Already won 22 international academy awards, including Festival de Cinema de Animação de Lisboa and Annecy 2014's Cristal Award on France?!


"Until Sbornia Do Us Part", based on the fictional universe "Tangos & Tragédias" by Hique Gormez and Nico Nicolaiewsky?


And, of course, the winner will be Big Hero 6. Because the balloon robot is cute. Bah.
I don't even know how I still cared about Oscar.

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Re: Grivous' Gallery - (Colorful Sketches and Trailer!)

Postby Grivous » Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:20 pm

Watching a movie, comes inspiration!
Coming with colorful sketches now:

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The Boy and the World.
It. Was. Beautiful. Divine. Gourgeous. I can't even describe it!
Loved every second, every frame, every color of it. Any child, adult, artist, family, people must watch it.

Plot wrote:"Cuca is a boy who lives in a distant world, in a small village in the interior of his mythical country. One day, he sees his father leaving in search of work, embarking on a train towards to an unknown capital. The weeks that follow are of anguish and confusing memories. Until then, one night, a breath of wind breaks into the bedroom window and takes the boy to a distant and magical place."


IMDb wrote:"A little boy goes on an adventurous quest in search of his father.
An amazing Brazilian animation that truly exemplifies the power of imagery and music as a combination that has more than enough to portray a powerful and deep message. It shows an adventurous quest that illustrates the issues of the modern world through the eyes of a child. A cautionary tale of globalization, The Boy And The World teaches above all the dangers of the massification of the economy, of the mind, and of the soul."


And, also, coming with a new trailer of an European animation:

The Secret of Kells


Plot wrote:"Young Brendan lives in a remote medieval outpost under siege from barbarian raids. But a new life of adventure beckons when a celebrated master illuminator arrives from the isle of Iona carrying an ancient but unfinished book, brimming with secret wisdom and powers. To help complete the magical book, Brendan has to overcome his deepest fears on a dangerous quest that takes him into the enchanted forest where mythical creatures hide. It is here that he meets the fairy Aisling, a mysterious young wolf-girl, who helps him along the way. But with the barbarians closing in, will Brendan's determination and artistic vision illuminate the darkness and show that enlightenment is the best fortification against evil?"


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