You're right, John... that's an amazing technique. Looking at it frame by frame, you'd never realize the effect it causes when you see it on screen, with an amazing fluidity.
The second to last picture is really flowing all over the place.
Corel Painter X has a drybrush tool under "digital watercolor" and regular "watercolor" brush options. You'll have to import/export frames to use this option but it can be done.
Wow, that second last picture is amazing...how would you even plan that out? By the way, Elmer Fudd back when he was just a fat guy was awesome. I don't know which is better.
I'm sort of a fan of the fat Elmer Fudd, too. He just looked funnier.Also, you mentioned a hard to draw angle on Bugs Bunny's face. I've been studying the toys, but I still don't know how I would draw his head, like the major form to get started. Is it like an ellipse, or a circle?Thank you very much.
Sir, on a Ren and Stimpy commentary, you mentioned the great use of color in Batman the Animated Series. I was wondering if you had any insights on their artwork and their use of color, or the technique of black backgrounds, on the show. A lot of their backgrounds have lots of beautiful dark's and rusty browns, accented with white or light highlights, boasting an old timey, muted, almost sepia-tone, color scheme.You can find lots of their art, here:http://anbat.toonzone.net/galleries/index.html
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