Saturday, August 02, 2008

George Liquor Setups


Boy, can Jim draw funny back views

11 comments:

trevor said...

HOLY COW!

I love Jim's layout drawings! I don't think there's anything he CAN'T make funny. Like refrigerators, clocks, and beds.

Is he ever going to put out another album?

- trevor.

trevor said...

Do I gather, from the notes in Jim's drawing, that the cans are not drawn but in CG?

- trevor.

James said...

nooo, haha, hes keeping notes for the painter to paint those items using the computer.

Gabriele_Gabba said...

Great layouts! And you're right about his ability to make George's back look so funny! I especially like the 4th setup's fingers and buzz-cut.

I'd love to see more of these John :)

Jason Anders said...

It's so great to learn the stuff here that they don't teach you in school, thank you John!

trevor said...

Hey, how come in setup 1 and 4 George is in a wife beater, but in setup 3 and 5 he's got sleeves?

- trevor.

jack raffin said...

jim = fun & genius.

no doubt in my mind.

also, he had another freehead thing coming out, but not on cd.

Frank said...

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thiago said...

These (ultra-amazingly-cool) Setups are the same as Keyframes?

Thanks for sharing the production steps with all of us!

Wicks for Candlesticks said...

WOW! These are really great, very funny. I like the meatier George from the first shot. As practice, I inked the original shot from a previous post. I used your tips, they really helped.

GEORGE LIQUOR DIGITAL INKS pt 4

Thanks for looking,
David O.

Chris said...

Hey John,

I love Jim's layouts, they're so much fun to just look at. I started inking them and you can see the first attempt on my blog.
http://calvinostudios.blogspot.com/2008/08/inked-george-liquor-setups.html

I've been concentrating on getting control over my ink lines like you suggested and wanted to get your opinion on them. Aside from working on Jim's layouts I also redid some of my sloppier inks in this post: http://calvinostudios.blogspot.com/2008/08/inking-my-attempt-at-cleaner-lines.html


Any help you can offer is always appreciated. Thanks,

Chris