Here are some drawings I did this past fall/winter. I have not worked on my color/design at all. I've been going more for structure, gesture and anatomy. And yes, I can't draw faces :( (or finish drawings for the matter)
Okay, so the time for goofing off has ended for me. I have had a massive urge to start animating recently. I got the Adobe Flash CS5 Trial to see what I could do with it. With close to no experience using my Bamboo Pen adn Touch; I was having a hard time. Then I tried drawing using Sketchbook Pro, and boom, I was loving the tablet. But as far as animation tests go... I might just get some paper and use my light table. The question for all of you with some paper animation experience is: should I use paper to start out, or should I invest in something like toon boom? The thing is that I only have an ACME pegbar, making it impossible for me to just go out and holepunch cheap paper. My only option would be to order the cheapest 10f paper available from cartoonsupplies.com (about 15 bucks for 500 sheets).
What to do?
PS: I just wish flash was more natural in how it approached hand drawn. It jags and distorts my strokes to the point of making even a simple circle look like a 3 year old drew it. Any programs out there with nice hand drawn tools such as Sketchbook pro?