^ That was my guess too
When the scale of the characters is that different and one of them is mostly cropped out of the frame, and you can barely see the floor, and very little is obviously drawn in dramatic perspective, yet it's clear that they are both standing on the same ground plane in different depths of field, it can only mean the framing is perfect.
Good Ol' Eisenberg.
Let me guess. Cuteness, appeal, perspective, composition, handsome proportions, clear staging, organization? Any of those, sir?
Mr. K: Have you seen the new Frazetta Funny Stuff book?
Hi John. Thought you'd like this: http://imgur.com/3COaH
Hi John, thought you'd appreciate the imagination in these toys: http://imgur.com/3COaH
omg that booboo is too cute <3
Hey John,How come there's a cigarette with red lettering flying around your store 'animated' graphic?
Hi John, my business partner @LAPISTOLPETE and I would like to contact you about WORK STUFF. If you're still on Twitter, could you dm one of us? Thank youuu! - @jay_benton
I've never been on Twitter.what's your email?
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Oh what Jay is referring to is this.https://twitter.com/#!/johnkricfalusiWas kind of suspicious of this when I first saw it.
The sad thing is the top row of Yogi panels doesn't seem to have made it into a majority of newspapers.
Hey John,I thought you'd get a kick out of this rendering of Stimpy that someone made on Deviant Art.Or not. I thought it was pretty fun.http://elioli.deviantart.com/art/My-Little-Pony-New-Style-Sketches-284557378#/d4vknz3
John, you should really make a Twitter. I started one a couple of days ago and find it much more useful than cluttered Facebook once you get past all the bugs that are still on it. Tons of great cartoonists have one now.
What would I do with it?
You'd be able to do much of the same stuff you do on Facebook, except it's been simplified so that you won't have to spend hours trying to figure it out and no stupid timeline either, so it would be much faster to get in contact with people and connect with them. It's becoming commonplace so that's why I suggested it. Even companies have them now to promote their products and get their names out there.
Yogi and Boo Boo mirror each other in their poses but in an unforced, natural-looking way, with enough differences to keep it from being too symmetrical.But that's a pretty Boo Boo-sized bite in Yogi's sandwich.
Suddenly my old art professor's words are resonating in my head... "You never deal with the negative space... You've GOT to learn to DEAL with the negative space!"I don't miss those days...
Suddenly my old Art Professor's words are resonating in my brain... "You never deal with the negative space... You've got to learn to DEAL with the NEGATIVE SPACE!"I don't miss those days...
I have a twitter... I still don't know what to do with it!
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