Monday, September 15, 2008




10 comments:

Vincent Waller said...

That dog catcher grab is beautimus.
and ah the wet spot gag.:D

k.dubb said...

i can never get enough! awesome stuff!

Trevour said...

Awesome - I like how they're drawn in the 4th panel in #3.

David Germain said...

Wow! Those are impressive. Such expression in only a few simple lines.

Who put that "more zeal" sticky note on there? Was that John K. or some studio exec? At the studio I'm working at right now, a friend of mine got a revision saying "go for the gold". Okay.....

Nicolas Martinez said...

Gorgeous storyboards! (especially the last panel)
Were they scenes originally for "The Boy Who Cried Rat"?

And the dog catcher drawing's real cool as well.

Rudy Tenebre, esteemed secretary. said...
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jack raffin said...

haha, "more zeal"

J.R. Spumkin said...

"More zeal." Definately sounds like a John comment.

Where are these from? It's been a while since I've seen either Big House Blues or The Boy Who Cried Rat. You must enlighten me.

J.R. Spumkin said...

For random s#!ts and giggles...I think those top two samples are from "Onward and Upward", what with the wet spot and dry spot stuff.

Am I right?

Jim Smith said...

The top layouts are by an unknown artist (to me) but the note is John K. I think.
David, I love that "go for the gold" comment, reminds me of other network notes like: "Could we make the walrus a giraffe?"