Snake Seed Sprout

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Snake Plants

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Goddess of the Fishes

School O’ Fish

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Herds


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Deer Herd2_4

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Floaty Dreamy Prehistoric Horse

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More Moho, which I like a lot more since abandoning “target bones”. I realize floaty dreamy movement is usually a rookie mistake, but in this case I’m trying to make the animals look floaty and dreamy. I actually need to make the deer and rhino more floaty and dreamy. The bear I have to make over from scratch.

Deer

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What I’m learning in Moho Pro: Target Bones are more trouble than they’re worth. No target bones on this deer, less automation and more control.

Cave Bear

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More Moho Pro.

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Prehistoric Rhinoceros

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Bone rigging and animating in Moho Pro. I’m still new to these techniques and I have some bugs to work out. See Victor Paredes’s excellent tutorial on rigging and animating quadrupeds here.

Moon and Ouroboros

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Snake Goddess

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Animated sketch for a work in progress.

Snakes

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snake16_7Some snake experiments in Moho Pro 12.

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Bicycling fauna for me

I’m going to lead a weekly Recumbent Ride for the local Prairie Cycle Club, so I drew some things for it:

Bicyclin' Bison

Bicyclin’ Bison

Bicyclin' Deer (the white-tailed deer is the state animal of Illinois)

Bicyclin’ Deer (the white-tailed deer is the state animal of Illinois)

Here’s the resultant flyer:

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“Happy Family” for Josh

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This Hundred Dollar Drawing was requested by my brother. His own Happy Family will have to figure out who everyone is, ’cause I sure can’t. I’m also not sure about the dog. Is s/he happily dreaming of eating all of them?

Susan’s “Entlebucher Bounding”

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A Hundred Dollar Flipbook for Susan, except I didn’t do it as a flipbook, I did it all on one sheet:

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And then I took out frame #6 because it didn’t look right. Here’s the same cycle larger:

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