Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Art for Cheap


These have been sold, sorry. I will post more. Crazy Jim's art outlet and depot has a warehouse full of cartoon drawings! All of it must go to make room for next year's models! We've got Ren and Stimpy, He-Hog, George Liquor, and many more. Hurry on down and bring the kiddies too. Hey kids, these have been spoken for but I have many more.

"New" I have been having trouble with finding stuff since moving and when I make good on the current sales more will be available. Thank you for the patience.

27 comments:

Brett W. Thompson said...

Wow!!

Really really beautiful (and famous) drawings!!

I think I got a couple of them from you via eBay a while back...

But what's the best way to get in touch with you to possibly buy one (or two?) of these? :)

Here's my email: brett@fluidtoons.com

Thanks!

Matt said...

HI!how much for the drawings?
-matt

Matt said...

my email is matthmandel@gmail.com

Kali Fontecchio said...

Those are all priceless!!!!!!!!

Rick Roberts said...

Does anyone know were you can sell your soul for money ? NEED DRAWINGS.... NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ryan said...

Hey Jim!

Thanks so much for the awesome drawings. If you want digital copies of them, I have scanned them here.

-Ryan

Ryan G. said...

Where can we find these to buy? At your ebay store?

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

Hi Jim,
Whatever happened to the Ripping Friends and Chestaclese comics? Still in production?

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Jim Smith said...

Ryan G. you can -email me at jimsmithcartoons@yahoo.com for info.
Josh, the comics are still in production just slow due to daily struggles. I'll keep you posted.

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

Great! Thanks Jim.

Rick Roberts said...

Jim I have a Ren and Stimpy question, what the hell happened in Fake Dad ? All I see on the DVD is Ren about to spank Kowalski and then he sees his butt crack and he tells Kowalski to pull his pants back up. What was cut ?

Jim Smith said...

Hey Rick, it was censor or poor editing. I saw it a while back so forgive the memory lapse. Many ideas were cut later after being approved earlier, which wreaked havoc on the tight schedule as well as frayed nerves and delicate psyches. A message to whomever may be in the position to give the go-ahead in this kind of situation: Please be forthright and make a decision and mean it or all hell breaks loose.

Ryan G. said...

Hey Jim! My email is rmguimond@hotmail.com

I hope I can afford your stunning work. I already own a layout from Firedogs..

Love yer work..keep em coming!

Rick Roberts said...

Jim:

Yeah that makes sense. A shame to see such a good cartoon flowing smoothly then become butchered at the climax. I really, REALLY wish the old Spumco gang remained past season 1. :(

Trevor Thompson said...

Hey Jim:

How come Big House Blues looks so radically different from anything else done for the series?

I know you guys did it before Nick bought the show, but what was the reason, if any, for it's 'toning down'?

Katie told me that she'd convinced John to do an episode of APC in the BHB style, but that time didn't permit... which is sad. :(

It's one of my favorite cartoons ever, and I've always wondered about it's unique look.

- trevor.

Rick Roberts said...

Yeah Big House Blues seemed alot more wild then most of the series.

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Un Alumno Diferente said...

Wagly beautiful

Salu2. Bye

Rudy Tenebre said...

Jimmy, your Beany and Cecil directorial goodness, Brotherhood of Blech, is on youtube, and I must pass on plaudits for it being a generally fun cartoon, but most especially, when Dishonest John's cursed dwelling, engulfed in rain, finaally explodes and the shitter comes raining down down and John thwarts us all when he breaks his despondent hang-dog gait and sez "whatta great day" in a blase monotone, slumps and strolls to the mailbox, where lightning flash creates the most beautiful chiaroscuro! And all that for DIC and afternoon slop-! Great stuff. Hope you're well and good, and remember, as ol' Bobby Lee said, Texans always move 'em.

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

Hi Jim
I sent an email to your jimsmithcartoons address. Hope to hear from you soon.
Josh Heisie

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jessicaLynn said...

Hey Jim!
My name is Jessica Borutski, and I am working on WB project tooo!!!! I was on the phone with Matt Danner earlier and he said you were doing the boards! That's so awesome, Im a huge fan of your drawings!! So excited to work with you on a project.
Jessy

Jim Smith said...

Trevour, all I can say is the first Bighouse show was a pilot with no established rules and we did not know what was acceptable, etc; Plus the crew was quite small so there are scenes animated by the story man, bgs painted by the director, so forth. A real circle jerk.

Jim Smith said...

Rudy, great to hear that, glad you noticed it, I plum forgot but it was the most fun for me personally doing Beany & Cecil, though it turned out less fun later.. Being anxious to start on the board, any of the thumbnails for the storyboard,and designs (submarine, helicopter). were drawn right on the script and these are some of the nicest drawings.

Jim Smith said...

To Jessica, looking forward to starting up again, and see you in the trenches (Cubicles; thank God they put doors on them.)
For anyone interested, I will be working on the looney tunes starting Tues. at the WB in Burbank, just in time, I hate having to sell from the archives. Come on down and say Hi.