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Postby Mitch » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:06 pm

kageri - They all look freakin' awesome, as usual.... :P (snigger)

Great job, dude. As was previously mentioned by Colette Linguini, I love your use of humor and le pencil. Keep it up...and keep us laughin'!

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Postby kageri » Sun Dec 02, 2007 8:28 pm

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Doodled as a going-away present since I'm moving to PA and won't be on the intertubes from like the 5th to the 13th or probably later since I don't have a laptop and my computer will get unceremoniously put in a box as I tearfully watch. Whether it's a gift that I drew this or a gift that I'll be gone is up to you.

Anyway, Linguini's morning!hair makes me giggle with glee. He looks like a mad scientist.
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Sun Dec 02, 2007 10:27 pm

Absolutely adorable Kageri! Very, really cute. liguini looks fabulous!
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Postby Sky » Mon Dec 03, 2007 1:56 am

That is totally wicked. I loves it so much.

You should really be an animator, especially at Pixar. When I see your work, then read that you don't know whether you should be an animator - it makes me a bit sad... You have so much talent!


kageri wrote:Whether it's a gift that I drew this or a gift that I'll be gone is up to you.


I'll take the former, thanks. ;)
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Postby kageri » Mon Dec 03, 2007 2:29 am

D'awwww thansk you guuuyyyysss. I'd love to be an animator, but, well, I'm no fortune-teller. Maybe I am, like Linguini, not ambitious enough. I wish I could be more of a Remy in that department.

I guess I can't set my sights on Pixar either, because what if it disappears or something? I seriously doubt that'll happen any time soon, but ya never know. Then I'd realize I don't have anything else in mind and have to scramble for a new aspiration.
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Postby Sky » Mon Dec 03, 2007 6:24 am

Oh, you're welcome, kageri. Your work is one of my few favourites that I look forward to viewing. I'd kill just to have 0.00000001% of your talent, dude. I can't wait to see more artwork from you - especially Linguini. Heh.


kageri wrote:Maybe I am, like Linguini, not ambitious enough. I wish I could be more of a Remy in that department.


Oh, I hear you there. I'm the same. Hopefully some of Remy's ambitiousness will rub off on us, if we view Ratatouille enough times. :D


kageri wrote:I guess I can't set my sights on Pixar either, because what if it disappears or something?


Well, if you are going to aim to work somewhere, you may as well aim for the best in your chosen field, right? And the thing is, you have the talent to do it. And don't worry, Pixar ain't goin' nowhere - otherwise this place would be redundant, and then what would we focus our energy on? ;)

Good luck.
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Postby Mitch » Mon Dec 03, 2007 9:16 pm

kageri - Heheh. Cute drawing, dude! I love the "frizzled" hair -- looks as if he drank too much coffee or something. (My crazy imagination reigns again....)

As a side note, I agree with rachel in that she does have a point: You would make a fine animator/character designer/cartoonist at Pixar Animation Studios, even if you haven't the aspiration or drive at the moment. Who knows? Maybe we'll see you there! I sure hope so, as you definitely have the talent, dude. ;)

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Postby The Star Swordsman » Tue Dec 04, 2007 6:53 am

First off, totally welcome. Secondly, I think you would make a perfect animator! I don't see how you can't! I mean, you are so talented.
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Postby lizardgirl » Tue Dec 04, 2007 7:46 pm

kageri- I totally agree with what everyone else has said- only a handful of people in the world can, with a few well chosen lines, portray emotions that the viewer not only immediately, recognises, but can relate to. You'd make one amazing animator, and Linguini's bed-hair is just another example of this. :D
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Postby kageri » Wed Dec 05, 2007 6:40 pm

Awwww, you guuuyyyysss. That makes my day. :DD

Aw, that makes my style sound totally awesome, lizardgirl, and that kind of input is totally awesome to hear when on DA people often leave comments like "cute!" or "lol" (no offense DA-ers, I still appreciate your "cute!"s and "lol"s and even "hehe"s). I have wished frequently that I could do that painterly sketchy thing some people can do, but I draw how I draw, I guess. Perhaps I'll doodle in my hotel room! It's not like I'll have much else to do. 8B

I like Linguini's hair in general. I dunno why. It's all wiry, like the fur on a curly-coated dog, it looks all pettable and stuff.
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Postby Mitch » Wed Dec 05, 2007 9:54 pm

kageri - You're welcome! Spontaneous styles rock. ;)

kageri wrote:Perhaps I'll doodle in my hotel room! It's not like I'll have much else to do. 8B


Haha! I do that in restaurants all the time -- I'll leave a little doodle saying "Thanks for the service!" or something along those lines. (snigger)

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Postby The Star Swordsman » Thu Dec 06, 2007 12:26 am

You are so totally welcome kageri! I can't wait to see what is next for ya. Speaking of which, what is it anyways?
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Postby Sky » Thu Dec 06, 2007 3:36 am

Well, I'm glad we made you feel good about your work, kageri. In fact, when I first saw your avatar (which is made from your artwork), I thought it was a screencap from Your Friend the Rat - that's how good it is!

So, put that in your pipe and smoke it. ;)

kageri wrote:It's all wiry, like the fur on a curly-coated dog, it looks all pettable and stuff.


Heheh - it suuuuure does.
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Postby Bill » Thu Dec 06, 2007 9:20 pm

Oh, that is very nice. Well done, love the coloring. :wink:
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Postby Mitch » Thu Dec 06, 2007 9:47 pm

rachelcakes1985 wrote:In fact, when I first saw your avatar (which is made from your artwork), I thought it was a screencap from Your Friend the Rat - that's how good it is!


Ha! Make that two of us. I thought that it was a screencap from the short in question as well, until I realized that it was your work, kageri. (snigger)

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