Friday, October 23, 2009

Kaspar Toenails 7 - waiting at window

continued from:
http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2009/11/toenails-6.html
Or you can start at the beginning:
http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2009/10/kaspars-toenails.html
Kaspar departs his mount of mischief








Now to wait for the innocents to wake for their own morning ritual


http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2009/11/kaspar-toenails-8.html

11 comments:

Paul B said...

Ha ha, nice gag with the bee

do you recommend to copy Divito covers?

Niki said...

uh oh

Amanda H. said...

SHUNK!
I love it!
Btw, have you checked out my study yet? I want to go onto the next lesson but I really want to know if I'm doing it right
http://voodoochild9.blogspot.com/2009/11/study-part-1.html#comments

ThomasHjorthaab said...

haha! damn a great drawing of kaspar crawling out the window!

Rne said...

(I know this comment has nothing to do with this particular post)
John, what do you think of the horse in the third magazine cover of this post?
http://fanasdegf3.blogspot.com/2009/11/los-anteojitos-de-omar-citusen-el-dia.html
I simply love it!!!

The Artist Aficionado said...

Kaspar is starting to remind me of a much more edgy adult version of Yogi Bear. I love it. A Bear from the bad side of the forest.

Jorge Garrido said...

Cool drawings! When I scrolled down with the "page down" button it sort of animated.

Bob Lilly said...

I love that the show is called "Kaspar and His Enemies" Perhaps Kaspar is motivated by something the rangers did to him before he went into hibernation. The rough drawings are so good that little can be added by cleanup or animation. I hope you are enjoying drawing this character as I am watching it.
You inspired me to post some of my work on a blogspot of my own, boblillycomics.blogspot.com Please come visit.

Shawn Dickinson said...

I'll bet I can guess why these sketches are so funny--- Are those bacon grease spots I see on the paper?

Paul B said...

John, this history is written on a plot first, or began to assemble from doodles?

JohnK said...

Actually, I just started doodling gags from the pitch just to show how the characters work with each other.