Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Scum Rules BG

This scheme was inspired by a Yogi Bear cartoon called "Stout Trout".
I think I have the layouts and maybe storyboard for this sequence. Should I post 'em?

20 comments:

Paul B said...

Yes Please!!!!!!

beautiful work!

RooniMan said...

Please post them, John. I love seeing storyboards and layouts.

ThomasHjorthaab said...

SURE!:D

Alberto Guerrero said...

Of course!
It would be great if you post the layouts and storyboard.
That will help me and other people to keep on learning about this great media called cartoons.

Matt said...

Post 'em!

Luis María Benítez said...

Of course!

Guy Cx said...

Oh please post them John, I'm eager to see those layouts!

Khato said...

Oh yes. It would be cool to see.

Also, how was this background painted? How do you get the mottled effect of the bed and the white highlights?

Aaron said...

Oh yeah. You should post um for sure!

mr paal said...

Yes please! this is amazing stuff!

manuel said...

vraiment.

Tony said...

Please post up the pics Mr.K, I would love to see 'em

Elana Pritchard said...

No, don't post them.

Just kidding!!! Who would actually say that?

Michael Anderson said...

John, whenever you ask if you should post something, I am going to say yes. You even might want to reconsider having to ask...

Timothy R said...

Do you really have to ask? YES please! :P

Niki said...

If you can, could you post more of those marker colour keys you make for backgrounds? If you have anymore?

Anita said...

Yes please!! also, who painted that? it's lovely:)

Yowp said...

They really loved those band of blue. The Jetsons even used them to delineate the atmosphere.
The ones I really like are the deeper blues and purples in the flying in "Bewitched Bear."

Sven Hoek said...

NOOOO! We don't want to see your genius pictures of an old favorite classic.

We are used to lame, awful cartoons, we wouldnt even know what to do if we saw something good.

I think it would make too many peoples heads explode, for the love of dignity and humanity don't do it, man! Don't post that awesome stuff, lets see more of those great 70's and 80's cartoon we love so much.

Naomi said...

The colour on this BG is rich & there seems to be a dense layering of various techniques - what kind of paint was used & how do you get that chalky/spongy effect of the sand? I love the 60s look but have no idea how to achieve it