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Profile View Practice by DemonShadowz

(Ignore stars, I don't use them) I think this is a good practice piece. The colour choice is sutably neutral all around, without any ja...

Anatomy Studies I. by scopsowlpost

these are excellent practice! Repetition of the form can really give you an idea of how it works in 3D. It's unfortunate that I haven't...

WIP Korra Portrait by anim3admir3r

(Ignore stars, I don't rate WIPs) I love Korra! :D I can see you're on the right track here with this drawing. It's pretty accurate beca...


(Ignore stars, I don't give them for studies / practice / WIPs) I think this is a great idea for a study. I would never be offended if ...

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Dear Baby Boomer Pedestrians of Vancouver,


I regret to inform you, but I will not, in fact, stop biking on the curb just because you have pointed your index finger somewhere out in the general direction of the road. You see, I understand that the curb is primarily for pedestrians, and as a safety-minded cyclist, I fully understand your wish to go about your day unhindered by the ticking of my wheels or, I don't know, my ability to completely steer around you.


You must understand. I'm not doing this for the thrill of going much slower than it would take for me to not steer around you or have my speed reduced by pavement bumps. The thing is, I am not safe cycling on the road where we currently are. And I very much like the state of being not dead or mangled.


That white diamond you pointed out to me on the road on East Broadway? That is not a bike lane. That is a bus lane. And I do not wish to become a human pancake for the next 99 B-line sweeping up behind me. Up on the curb I go, because too many motor vehicles think “yield” means “everyone yield to me for I AM CAR, and I am steel and leather and the roar of hydrocarbon dragon's breath”


And I am so, SO sorry that you need the ENTIRE triple-wide pavement of Main street to walk your tiny rat-dog in its fashionably tiny rat-dog sweater. And I am not a monster, dear baby-boomer. I see your rat-dog and I swerve around your rat dog and I take a few moments after deliberately choosing not to flip you the bird for yelling at me to appreciate your long woolen overcoat. It gives a nice fall flair.


Perhaps you should form a club with the man who called into CFOX radio station the other day to complain about a cyclist at the roundabout of 10th and Glen “Whipping past me without stopping!”

At a roundabout! On a designated bike lane! “And if I had not looked, and accidentally hit that cyclist, well, I would have been the bad guy, there. So those cyclists need to pay more attention to the road.”


Yes, dear baby boomer, we cyclists, protected only by our helmets and our gloriously toned thighs must pay more attention to entitled truck drivers who listen to CFOX as their radio station of choice because if we are not careful, those truck drivers might not remember the rules of the road and do something completely dangerous and illegal in a roundabout and they MIGHT LOOK BAD. On a designated. Bike route.


God forbid I ever try to turn left at a busy intersection.


And so until delivery trucks and luxury cars stop seeing “bike lane” as, like, just a suggestion, whatever, I am still going to raise myself up those precious six inches and bike on your consecrated concrete dedicated to human footfalls.


Because it's safer and I have places to be.

I love you all. Biking is fun.
:D

P.S. Wow, what a familiar pose! I feel famous now. :P

Images by RobynRose




Hey guys! I'm currently uploading some sample scenes I've shot in class to my Youtube channel.
I know these don't have the highest production value, but I'm not dead to the world, and you're alwas welcome to use them for art / animation reference if you'd like*

I'm really really excited about a few of my student films being finished up. Those are much higher in quality and definitely worth watching more than sample reels.

Do you have a monologue or scene you'd like to see me do? Give me a shout in the comments!


*Please do not use the actual footage in video projects, there are copyrighted scripts, and visible logos, it's a copyright nightmare! But stuff like rotoscoping is fine.

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Dear Baby Boomer Pedestrians of Vancouver,


I regret to inform you, but I will not, in fact, stop biking on the curb just because you have pointed your index finger somewhere out in the general direction of the road. You see, I understand that the curb is primarily for pedestrians, and as a safety-minded cyclist, I fully understand your wish to go about your day unhindered by the ticking of my wheels or, I don't know, my ability to completely steer around you.


You must understand. I'm not doing this for the thrill of going much slower than it would take for me to not steer around you or have my speed reduced by pavement bumps. The thing is, I am not safe cycling on the road where we currently are. And I very much like the state of being not dead or mangled.


That white diamond you pointed out to me on the road on East Broadway? That is not a bike lane. That is a bus lane. And I do not wish to become a human pancake for the next 99 B-line sweeping up behind me. Up on the curb I go, because too many motor vehicles think “yield” means “everyone yield to me for I AM CAR, and I am steel and leather and the roar of hydrocarbon dragon's breath”


And I am so, SO sorry that you need the ENTIRE triple-wide pavement of Main street to walk your tiny rat-dog in its fashionably tiny rat-dog sweater. And I am not a monster, dear baby-boomer. I see your rat-dog and I swerve around your rat dog and I take a few moments after deliberately choosing not to flip you the bird for yelling at me to appreciate your long woolen overcoat. It gives a nice fall flair.


Perhaps you should form a club with the man who called into CFOX radio station the other day to complain about a cyclist at the roundabout of 10th and Glen “Whipping past me without stopping!”

At a roundabout! On a designated bike lane! “And if I had not looked, and accidentally hit that cyclist, well, I would have been the bad guy, there. So those cyclists need to pay more attention to the road.”


Yes, dear baby boomer, we cyclists, protected only by our helmets and our gloriously toned thighs must pay more attention to entitled truck drivers who listen to CFOX as their radio station of choice because if we are not careful, those truck drivers might not remember the rules of the road and do something completely dangerous and illegal in a roundabout and they MIGHT LOOK BAD. On a designated. Bike route.


God forbid I ever try to turn left at a busy intersection.


And so until delivery trucks and luxury cars stop seeing “bike lane” as, like, just a suggestion, whatever, I am still going to raise myself up those precious six inches and bike on your consecrated concrete dedicated to human footfalls.


Because it's safer and I have places to be.

I love you all. Biking is fun.
:D

P.S. Wow, what a familiar pose! I feel famous now. :P

Images by RobynRose


Mental - Episode 2
Mental is a short episodic series produced by Vancouver Film School.
This is the second episode.

You are welcome to use the captured images of me as reference for your own personal artwork with credit.
Please do not use the actual footage for video projects, as I do not have the full copyright.
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Hey guys! I'm currently uploading some sample scenes I've shot in class to my Youtube channel.
I know these don't have the highest production value, but I'm not dead to the world, and you're alwas welcome to use them for art / animation reference if you'd like*

I'm really really excited about a few of my student films being finished up. Those are much higher in quality and definitely worth watching more than sample reels.

Do you have a monologue or scene you'd like to see me do? Give me a shout in the comments!


*Please do not use the actual footage in video projects, there are copyrighted scripts, and visible logos, it's a copyright nightmare! But stuff like rotoscoping is fine.


To be specific, it were these photos:
 Male Head Turnaround Stock Pack by RobynRose

Yep yep.
And nothing bad happened, I promise.

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PastichePastel Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've used your stock for a reference here- fav.me/d8x9q19
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Angel-Fields Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Stock pose referenced for fav.me/d8wjbz6
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OwiPotayre Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Good day! thanks for those stocks, it's very helpful.
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RobynRose Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2015
You're very welcome! I hope to see what you make.
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ChequeredTee Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for your stock, I used it here fav.me/d8vmino
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Infinite-Stardust Featured By Owner May 29, 2015   Digital Artist
Hello there, I am glad I've come upon your gallery because there are so many useful poses and gestures for my drawing practices! Thank you for all these great resources, you're gorgeous btw! ;)
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RobynRose Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015
Thanks! Hope you find it useful!
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WatermelonBeach Featured By Owner Edited May 23, 2015  Hobbyist
I'm so appreciative of your images packs and your eagerness to help others! I hope all goes well for you and that you will continue to be a beautiful generous person!

Now im going to go draw o v o
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RobynRose Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015
Hooray! Keep on drawing!
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