Nice to see your brainstorming process:D... Cheers And thanks for your comment yesterday John!
Any news on the Adult Swim pitch?
Your rough doodles are better than 90% of finished animation layouts. You are a freakin' GOD. I might donate to your blog if you post more pitches and/or drawings.
Leader? What should I do once I've done a study?
Heh, that rear view of Kasper makes me laugh!New studies for ya, John.
I would love a bear toy.
Here's a few more studies from today. I've fixed the commenting issue (hopefully). Thanks :)
Hi John. Really dig these doodles! So funny. I had quite a chuckle!Cartoon studies HERE. I'd really like to be part of the cartoon colledge, if you feel that I'm worthy that is..firstname.lastname@example.org
You'll never tire of doing variations on the Yogi Bear formula. Keep up the good work.
Judging from the lines, most of these are nearly full page? Is that a preferred size to brainstorm in?It's certainly good for controlling negative space. And filling up counter space with stacks of paper.My pass at this panel, in four stages-here
Can't wait to see that bear in motion.Here's a ranger smith study.http://wighats.blogspot.com/
i love the bear with the love letter <3
Man it hurts to think this isn't a real show.
The "host" or parasite character is really cool. So, are the "human" characters he's in, are they like zombies? Very cool.
I love how your 'style' is that you're ever changing. These are the most confident doodles I've seen in my life.
There's a cool link on the Hollywood Animation Archive for the BBC motion gallery that has lots of clips available of just about anything doing anything. I thought it would be a good reference that people might find handy if you don't go over to that site.http://www.bbcmotiongallery.com/Customer/Index.aspx
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