uh yeah, can't wait man!
Wow! I'm very excited for this post :D
HA HA! super nice. want to see more!
You read my mind! This is exactly what I wanted to a see a lesson about!
offtopic:This lizard king by Brian Romero looks familiar. It's like Ren Hoek in green. And the typography style looks like yours too. Did you have any hands on that?http://brianromero.com/blog/2009/11_november/lk_deathfreaks_all.jpg
Cool! It looks like a Corny Cole drawing!
Corny? He draws a lot better than me. I actually worked with him for a short period eons ago. A real nice guy. He told me funny stories about WB and thought I was weird for wanting to know about such a crass commercial place!I might have done some assisting on a couple scenes he animated on a commercial, but he used to sit on the floor next to my desk with his animation disk in his lap and a ream of paper stuck on his pegs, animating away in ball point pen.
Amazing like ever!!
That's so cool, John! The drawing now looks more to me like a combination of you, late Chuck Jones and Corny Cole... the way their two styles mixed in weird ways in the Phantom Tollbooth! Maybe a little Ronald Searle, too. It's a beauty!
WOAH! that marker inking is pretty awesome!
That looks really excellent! That bear definitely has bite!
Can't Wait!!! Please show!
this is my favorite kaspar! absolutely beautiful!
I wish you could film yourself doing this. I'd love to see how you draw those lines.
I'd like to hear any corny cole stories and his time at Warner bros, if possible.He is definitely deserving any attention that come his way, great artist.
Can't wait for this post!
Great stuff. By the way, I want to thank you for giving me the grand advice, which I've taken to heart. I did the revision of the George Ink, which you can see here..Have a good one!From an aspiring animator/ cartoonist
Holy crap...MR. WAIT is the greatest!
AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!SO GODDAMNED AMAZING!!!
John,Do you, can you, will you create a store maybe on ebay or paypal where we can buy your art? You have to have scraps of drawings that you'd regularly throw out, why not turn it into cash. =)
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