Sunday, October 03, 2010

Tricky Angles



8 comments:

Isaak said...

Wow that is impressive! Are there any film cartoons that approach that skill with angles?

Thank you

Rooniman said...

The Marvel artists know there stuff.

Lohen said...

Any theories about that?

HemlockMan said...

All Kirby? The second and third certainly look like Kirby's work. If I ever read the comics in which those panels appeared, I've forgotten the books.

Roberto Severino said...

Some of these angles seem like the type that you'd most likely find in live-action. It's amazing these Marvel artists knew how to draw stuff like that flawlessly.

blakeaj said...

How about Daffy at the beginning of "Birth of a Notion"? When he's on the ground and the dog steps on his feet to spring him up to standing. That's a really good use of perspective. There's probably more that I don't know about.

EalaDubh said...

"Switch it on and... ZOOOOOM"? Who wrote that? :)

Gary Wintle said...

Difficult indeed, but I have to say those Preston Blair Lessons have helped me tremendously with tackling crazy angles.

Thanks for showing me the path to cartoon enlightenment, John.