more-wrong-than-a-ding-dong asked: Do you have a specific way of creating dynamic poses, or does it just come to you?
Hm, I don’t really have a clear thought process for this, but let me give a shot at explaining this.
1. Think of/perform/watch and look at the coolest, craziest poses. Go like, off the wall batshit wild if you have to.
2. Draw it out. In many different angles and perspectives if you need to.
3. Looks dynamic enough? Chances are: not as much as it could be. Which is the mentality I operate under 130% percent of the time. And yet there’s still room for improvement.
4. PUSH THAT LINE OF MOTION. ELONGATE THEM LIMBS. FORCE THE MOTION. EXAGGERATE THE CURVE. EMPHASIZE THAT TORQUE. CONSIDER THE WONDER THAT IS PHYSICS. PUSH PUSH PUSH!!!
5. Repeat. Like, a lot.
Hope that helps!!
chebits asked: Hey there! On your recent post, when you draw the environments, do you map out the perspective? or just wing it?
Follow my heart and wing it! It’s rather shameful for me to admit, but if anything full-out perspective grids confuse me even more and I end up getting super flustered UGH..
bobcoolster asked: Ok excuse me if I make a big fool of myself but I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate you and your art. Like holy bajeebers. Your art is so fun and free and stuff and it's just a big inspiration for me like whoa man whoa. And you seem like a fun, cool person and I just I cant right now. Excuse me for being a mess but just thank you for posting your art and for just being you!!
Thank you friend, making fun art for myself and other people to enjoy is pretty much all I want in life. Glad you like!
mackkattyvantas asked: Hi! I am a huge fan of Kiwi Blitz and I have to say that I love your penciling. Your style is really cool and I am admire that! I hope you enjoy doing this!
Aw, thanks so much for the nice words! I am having lotsa fun penciling KB, can’t wait for you guys to see the upcoming pages once Mary’s worked her magic on them.