Thursday, May 14, 2009

More Bamm Bamm Paintings





12 comments:

lastangelman said...

The rosy or ruddy look on all the characters does give them a healthy outdoorsy common people look actually but somehow, it also comes off as kind of cute, too.

Dominic Philibert said...

Very cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Monk-of-funk said...

These are some great illustrations! I couldn't help but sit and draw a couple of them.

Zorrilla said...

I like how Bamm Bamm hits the dinosaur with his open hand.

Trevor Thompson said...

Holy cow! Where'd you find these beauties? Are these on display at the ASIFA?

- trevor.

Moti Zigman said...

yes! defenetly this is cool stuff!
i liked a lot the Flinstones backgrounds paintings, and screenshots that you posted,
i save then and use them for color reference and brush styles...
thanks!

Mitch L said...

Thanks for all the great stuff you sent us John! Really Wow! We got it today.

We will give it a nice place on the wall.

http://mitchoo.blogspot.com/2009/05/inkings-reward.html

Greatings, Mitch & Harmke

Niki said...

I really like old paintings, and I always noticed the red noses. I don't know why but most feel incomplete without it.

Bonzodog said...

Beautiful stuff as usual. Any idea what book these are from? I could swear I had it when I was a kid.

Thomas said...

One thing that's kind of remarkable about these illustrations is how the empty space on the page, where I'd assume the text went, is utilized.

It's not dead space. The drawings still look complete without the text, and with all that white, empty space.

Dan szilagyi said...

Thanks for posting this beautiful work John!

MARCELO GUERRA caricaturista said...

I love the complex animation of R & S !!!