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Coda Dream P.03 by rufftoon Coda Dream P.03 by rufftoon
Trying to set up events prior to what happened in the movie...

Pitch belongs to Dreamworks

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:iconkiji-chan:
kiji-chan Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I really love your comics. Your Pitch is so different from Book!Pitch and much darker than Movie!Pitch at times. This is really a beautiful page. Allow me just one question. Why butterflies in the last frame? Is this a reference to the movie, where Pitch dreams of butterflies?
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LadyDeadPooly Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The... the black wardrobe! *laughing hard* PRICELESS, darling!
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:iconrufftoon:
rufftoon Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013
Just a fun little cameo. ;)
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unseen-angel12 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
...Is that...Is that THE wardrobe I spy there in the corner...?
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rufftoon Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
Sharp eyes! It is indeed a cameo by the Wardrobe.
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Immortal-Myth Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2013
I have a question, how do you work out the perspective? Do you use vanishing points? And if so, does to programm you use have a funtion for that or do you work out everything yourself? I'm just so impressed with the first panel, I simply had to ask. It is very difficult for me to make my characters 'interact' with their surroundings and you do such a beautiful job.
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rufftoon Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2013
I don't have a program for perspective (though many artist will download a free 3D program and quickly build a "fake" environment as guide, which is great!), but I will sometimes use a photo reference to build up my perspective grid, vanishing point, etc. For that first panel though, it was worked out directly on paper first (a tiny thumbnail). Tempting as it is to draw the characters first, it is more important to figure out their environment at the same time. Figure out the horizon, the angles etc. Characters and Backgrounds, first, even if your background is at first a mess of perspective lines and grids.
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Immortal-Myth Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
Wow, thank yo for the answer.
Photo refs are the best but for me it is hard to find one that actually comes close to the perspective I want to draw. Do you take them yourself or use a stock?
Yeah, I guess what I really need is more practice trying to figure out environments and not just the characters. Thank you for taking the time to reply. It helped me :hug:
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rufftoon Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
Sometimes I'll take one myself. Doesn't need to be a perfect match for the environment, just to get the perspective to build from is all I need.
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Belial-Volta Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2013
YES, I was right, bahaa. XD
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