Haha Iove that picture! Oh John I also bought over the weekend an original layout production sheet of Stimpy signed by you. I'm very pleased to own it!
I'm assuming that's another one of Richard Daska's lovely BGs with your color suggestions. Nice work.
I'd love to see this get made.
I assume those two characters are digitally colored, but how did you get that background to look more like a painting?
It's Richard Ziehler Martin
So it's a painting scanned in? (I apologize for the stupid questions, I'm still learning...)
Are these Yogi Bear cartoons ever going to be officially released, John?
haha This great! Love the bee body. That background is pure candy to the eyes!
Those are some yummy backgrounds. I'm also on the support team for seeing these cartoons officially released.John, I've been doing a lot of studies, trying to base them on the fundamentals you teach on this blog. If you have the time, I'd really appreciate it if you could check out my blog and tell me where I'm going right or wrong. Thanks!http://erobinsonart.blogspot.com/
I have a possible idea to stretch it out into an entire episode.Yogi hears about the Ranger taking off to see his wifie-puss and he turns to Boo Boo, "Hey hey, you know, I never seen the Ranger with a dame before, I wonder what she looks like!" you know that sort of thing. And when Yogi finds out that his wife left him long ago for some young buck, he feels awfully bad. So you know you know what? Just to cheer him up "maybe I can dress up a little. He won't know the difference, why, he hasn't seen her in 10 years." "Oh, I don't know Yogi.." (Booboo) And then you can still work in the part where he is surprised how hideously hairy and big she's gotten, etc. etc. It feels like a real episode and the possibilities for the ending are wide open.
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