Thursday, November 15, 2012

More Doodles

8 comments:

HemlockMan said...

I love how this stuff looks like the kind of thing I used to do when I was a wee lad. Same notebook paper and ever'thang!

Sam Watterson said...

so free and un inhibited, great, and much respect!

Erik Butter said...

I like how you draw Fred Flintstone.
It's diffrent but still true to the original design. And its drawn Funny.

Bill said...

I GOT MY DOODLES! THANKS JOHN!

Alex said...

I love seeing stuff like this. I do the exact same thing on binder paper, napkins, people (if they don't give me binder paper or napkins quick enough), etc. Great for warm-ups, character designs and stocking stuffers!

Really dig your work. Thanks for sharing your insight and parts of your creative process on this great blog!

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Prinnigma said...

(Luca Carey)
I love seeing these process works, even though I don't follow the finished cartoons very often. There's just something very organic about them that simply doesn't survive in the final cartoon. That being said, though, I'm amazed at how the finished product maintains so much of the sketch's energy and inertia through inkings and cleanups. Very nice.