Saturday, January 24, 2015

L'Oncle Pamplemousse a Presente Tipsy L'Elephante







13 comments:

Carmine said...

Great characters and drawings as usual!

Dennis Holway Driscoll said...

Hi John,
I am interested in learning animation and getting an apprenticeship somehow. My comics are here: sweetiehoneycomic.blogspot.com I was wondering if I could somehow correspond with you on the topic? My email is: dennishdriscoll @ gmail [dot] com I would pay someone back for an apprenticeship by actually working for them and helping them. I have Toonboom Animate but haven't gotten into it yet. I'm a quick learner though. I wanted to try and apprentice at Disney eventually.
Anyway, any advice helps, I can take an animation class at a local school but somehow an apprenticeship seems way cooler.
Kind regards,
Dennis

Trevor Thompson said...

Thanks for continuing to post on this blog, despite your problems with Elana. These drawings are proof that you're getting better every day!

Thanks again!

- trevor.

Kalpart said...

Awesome cartoon character design! Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

Kid_Jacob said...

I'm currently working on my construction and find myself really struggling with drawing elephants. This was super helpful (along with your great curriculum blog of course) not to mention just an absolute joy to see one of my favorite artists posting amazing stuff. Please keep the doodles coming!

Paul B said...

Awesome funny drawings!
I miss your education posts :( ...

Tommy Cannon said...

Walrus = Great!

Roberto Severino said...

Beautiful work!

It would be so nice if you could post regularly again though. Really miss all the insight you've brought over the years.

Pokey said...

The elephant looks like Dr.Suess's Horton..!

Tom said...

Please put out a book of your doodles!!! So great!

Jesica Cichero said...

I love the last sheet!! Very simple and appealing.

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Anonymous said...

John, can you talk about the specific tools a poor starving comic book artist, cartoonist, animator (types of ink nibs, ink, paper, programs etc)should use to get the most bang for his buck? Thanks. Love your blog!