Thursday, February 03, 2011

Funny Fan Art

Here are some color pictures that some of you folks did from my drawings and characters.


I forgot who did what, so if you remind me in the comments I can credit you appropriately!

Thanks

12 comments:

Makinita said...

Hi John My name is Andres Silva from Ecuador and i did the last one the dog one heres more stuff http://makinita.deviantart.com/gallery/581174

Makinita said...

Hi John My name is Andres Silva from Ecuador and i did the last one the dog one heres more stuff http://makinita.deviantart.com/gallery/581174

Butthole Surfer said...

How can we send Fan art or Fan animation to you?

Butthole Surfer said...

How can we send fan art or fan animation to you?

Lohen said...

The piece of art: "Do not pee in urinal" is mine. I´m glad you like it!

Steven M. said...

Those are great. Color realy makes'em come alive.

J C Roberts said...

Nice work everyone! That George Liquor (Amereican!) looks like he's about to explode into a shower of bacon grease!

I did a little double take when the page popped up, since that's my Jetsons up top. It's a nice way to start a Friday seeing it here.

M. Phillips said...

You know it's a good day when you're treated to nipple hair like THAT.

smackmonkey said...

Great stuff. Thanks for the laffs everybody.

Trevor Thompson said...

Why do I get the feeling there's more to that George painting than we're allowed to see?

Martin Juneau said...

I really like all of those fanarts. I know since very longtime Andres' (or Makinita) arts who are much approcah to the your's but with slightly a subtelty of his individual style. He's one of the only true gorgeous cartoonists i ever find on DeviantArt since i join. (I just forgot him since a few times, sorry Andres! You're a fame!)

J C Roberts said...

Seeing Makinita's galleries reminded me of when I did these. It was back at the time these episodes were airing. I was already experimenting with creating cells, and being into the show at the time I thought I'd practice my mimic skills. They've been in a drawer for 20 years, but I dug them out and slapped 'em on the scanner. They're far from perfect, but it was a fun exercise at the time.

R&S cells