Thursday, May 01, 2008

Ren and Stimpy Drawerin's


22 comments:

PCUnfunny said...

I am assuming these are from the "Stimpy's Storybook Land" segments.

Trevour said...

I always like how simple yet effective you make yer storyboards, Jim!

James said...

damn you've got some nice drawings.

Jose said...

yo, jim:

how'd all them freehead gigs go?

also: any updates/progress on 'head first'?

Jim Smith said...

Sorry folks my computer has been crashing lately. I had a bad flu bug also.
the top images are from Storybook Land.
The show at Echo was lovely as tribute to Richie Hass.

Jose said...

ok.

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and real sorry to hear about richie, man.

ryan said...

awesome!

Weirdo said...

Awesome storyboards. Great use of value.

Jim, I have to ask you a question. Is it possible to do an animated movie with a more serious story, like something done in the EC Comics vein, and still have the level of acting present in some of the darker Spumco cartoons? I know it sounds like an oxymoron, but it's something I would like to attempt. It's something I have been pondering for awhile. I want to know your opinion on this.

Josh "Just What the Doctor Ordered" Heisie said...

Those are great! Are you working on the new George Liquor cartoons?

Mike Nassar said...

yeah! these are amazing Jim. It's so cool to see your work like this. The toned boards and thumbs. And how loose but super fun and solid looking the big layout is. This is a course in functional bad assery, and now I got some homework to do.
keep postin' em Jim.

Booo Tooons Ltd. said...

How come on eBay there's an unused drawing from 'Big House Blues' for sale and it says it's from 'Firedogs'?

- trevor.

Vincent Waller said...

Jim Im so sorry to hear about Richie.

carlo guillot said...

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Now the cat-cartoon is on a contest to be aired on the Times Square of NY.
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Search it as "Gatin A Bordo (Kitty on Board)"
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Thanks,
Carlo Guillot

Kristy Gordon said...

Hi Jim! 'Member me? :) Awesome drawwrringss!!

chrisallison said...

Don't forget about us, Jim! We need more doodles!

Comic Con is around the corner too! I hope there are still Chestacles comics on Saturday so I can pick one up since I'll be working the week.

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Ivan D said...

Hey Jim,

I cleaned up one of your drawings for John K.

http://ivandstuff.blogspot.com/2008/07/jim-smith-clean-ups.html

Love your stuff!

ryan said...

Hey Jim, I still visit your blog often. Hope you find the time to post some new drawings soon! :)

Vincent Waller said...

Pop over John's site. There are lots of Jim drawings over there.

Freckled Derelict said...

How do you do it. You are amazing. So clean and easy to read yet so cute and appealing.

Chloe Cumming said...

Hi Jim! I would be really happy if you did another post. You don't have to. But just letting you know it would not go unappreciated. You are one of my favourite drawing persons.

Jim Smith said...

Hey kid's, this here computer is not obeying my commands lately, forgive me for the long absence. Your comments are most welcome. I will post some new stuff soon.