I’ve decided to put more effort into my imagination after studying. It felt…odd at the first, but I’ve adapted to it. Looks like I still have to practice though.
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Trying to get on the ball now since I’ve been feeling rather…depressed recently. I thought that rewatching NGE would cheer me up,. I should’ve stopped at the EoE. uuuuuuuuuuuuugggggggggggggggggggh
So anyway, I did an exercise from Rob Lemen here:
Although I’m rather…sucky at it. The exercise is pretty refreshing from all the gestures and studies that I used to do. It even piqued my interest towards animation again. I’ll try doing one tonight.
As you can tell, I dig doing overheads.
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I looked up them again recently and I’m still find their art outstanding! It’s…sort of weird for a person like me to like them, but regardless, I’ll list my own.
Peter Paul Reubens and Caravaggio
Manet, Monet, and Georges Seurat.
I’m trying to remember him, but I think he did an abstract piece involving stairs…
I dunno why I haven’t attempted to study them, I guess I will soon.
Real talk: if you never actually watched Neon Genesis Evangelion all the way through, everything you know about it is wrong.
Although for that matter, even the people who watched it all the way through are wrong about it.
Let’s talk about the creator: Hideaki Anno, and why he’s happiest when you are angry.
I can’t believe I once interpreted it differently. xD
I made a far-fetched theory in middle school that it was actually a pro-christian series that emphasized the flaws of humanity. The NERV staff becoming gradually unhappy from rejecting angels. Even to the point of losing Tokyo-3 and their sanity. They chose temporary happiness instead of permanent happinesss or the ceasing of feelings.
Eh, whatever, it’s embarrassingly silly to recite my old thoughts now.
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