Thursday, November 16, 2006

This was done with a wooden pencil as opposed to an automatic one.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

I scanned these in the same session as my Preston Blair pictures, I thought I might as well put them up and I like some of the characters on them.

I've been trying to come up with a singer for a pinball simulation I'm working on. This is the best so far. I also really like how the rabbits hair looks like dreads when he has the bandana on.

Top two are copies of stuff I found on John's blog. The bottom two are a dog with a waistcoat and a rabbit in dungarees. The fact that the dog who isn't wearing any pants looks less perverted than the rabbit in dungarees kinds of scares me. Guess I'm not that used to seeing pants on animals or even waistcoats for that matter.


Underneath the awful Mat Groening Esque self portrait is my favourite yet. The Kangaroo with a Bum-Bag/Fanny-Pack. Kinda looks like the Bronk or Bongo on the 1st page with the legs and nose. The thin guy was just an experiment. Grumpy wrinkled guys my dad.

Lesson 1: Construction of the Head

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive Project Blog: Meta: The $100,000 Animation Drawing Course- Lesson 1

Here are the scans from Lesson 1.

Corrected myself a few times, there was a sheet of egg-heads before this that I havn't shown. Getting the scaling right was harder than i thought.

Got the initial angles of a couple wrong. Some of the construction lines and the associated final result for Preston's drawings were a bit out but I got them looking good.

I'll post some of my non-Blair art in a bit. :)

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Introduction

I made this blog absolutely ages ago, but now I am starting John K's (of Ren & Stimpy) $100,000 animation course which is available through his blog.


So I went out to town, got myself a sketchbook, some 2H lead and a pencil to go with it and actually started on the lessons.

I also drew a picture of stimpy drooling over them.