Uploaded some art to the portal.
Some of the pieces I put up are not optimal quality, when I'll have somemore time I'll update them with higher res and less compress versions.
I'll export a version of sidewalk girl with transparant background later.
You can see the colored result of the J&A shot 2 pencil test ( and unfinished shot 6) on my youtube channel in a compilation of some of my more recent animated works.
I still need to figure out an optimal way to do Tradigital animation. Even though I put a lot of attention and effort into the linework, I can't help but feel like something is missing from the final piece just like I feel looking at most tradigital pieces. I also don't like the amount of digital drawing and retouching that is still involved in this process currently. I don't mind doing it, but If I'm going to be mixing digital drawing and traditional drawing I'd rather it be intentional, and have a way to do it purely traditional with only digital coloring just like I have a way to draw purely digital.
*Tradigital: drawn traditionally, scanned, aliased, and then colored. nobody uses this word, but the problem is that in the west this process is called traditional animation, since digital usually means purely digital, and in the east it's called digital naimation, because in the east traditional means purely traditional ( cels, film ...)
Besides that, I'm planning on messing around with Ren'Py making short projects for fun. Will throw em here after I'm done.