Soooo yeah - I did a new video on my YouTube channel. Not gonna say much on this post - but you can check out the latest vid here and then head over to my channel "The Bluelines Project" and check out more... peace.
So I got these poseable figures from a good friend/client of mines. They are from Ban Dai and super handy for the artist to use for reference. Extremely poseable and they have interchangeable parts, such as hands and guns, etc. I also went ahead and purchased stands for them as well. I know everyone (almost everyone) had or even still has the wooden figure, but these take posing and being used as reference to a whole new level. I took some pics the other day of them and I'll share them here so you can use them as well. I plan to use these pretty hard, especially for when I can't get a pose just right out of thin air. There's a few other figures out there for this purpose - but I think these are the best so far. If you have some other poseables I'd like to know, and what you think about them and how are you using them. As always - thanks for hanging out and stay tooned for the next post. peace
Alright - so let's get this blog under way. I'm literally adding a blog to my site - because I was instructed to by my mentor. For good reasons - "THE PLAN" is to do this once a week along with a YouTube video (although I won't beat myself up if I miss some weeks)... I beleive here - on my blog that I'd like to discuss, explain, show my explorations, teach, all things art! Share a little part of me with you all. I also hope that this blog will make me a better writer; that's 52 times that I should post something and write about it. Dun dun dun duuuunnnnnnnn - aite well lets get it then. Thanks for hanging out and look forward to chattin'.