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Draftee Daffy Comparison 2 by NMartinez Draftee Daffy Comparison 2 by NMartinez
This is part of my personal cartoon lessons. I've taken an image from Bob Clampett's "Draftee Daffy" and tried copying it as accurately as possible. So far, I feel the shapes are drawn well, but the line of action and the eyes need a little work. I've posted some previous ones over at my blog. > [link]

Daffy Duck (C) Warner Bros.
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CihanKaygusuz Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
I love it! :love:
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NMartinez Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Professional Filmographer
Thanks! :)
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Inkskin Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you use a Daul Rod or your pencil to exact the proper proportions?
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NMartinez Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2009  Professional Filmographer
I use a pencil.

During the process, I'd analyze the original drawing with a horizontal and vertical lines. In my drawing, I'd put one of the lines along the edge of a certain shape to see where things align or where certain points begin. But not before putting in the all important line-of-action, which obviously gives the drawing its general direction and size. I would continue with it and make any adjustments, and then, of course, it goes to Photoshop to see if they really are accurate.

BTW, blue or red pencil is a lot better for Photoshop, since you could tell the lines apart better.
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