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AWESOME! i remember looking up this intro and really diggin it. do you know who animated it? glad to hear you're on the cintiq. it's kind of a pain, isn't it? but it's another tool, and you just gotta learn it i guess. i did that walk cycle in flash. if you're ever curious to learn flash, i'd love to share what i know. i want to see some jim smith cartoons!those not in the know can find it here.
oh and thanks for the construction advice. i'd love to have you tear through some of my drawings sometime. make me good, jim!
You are good already but everybody needs improvement because it's evolution, huh? I hope to never stop learning and improving and art is one of the few occupations that can be done until death do us part, or is it fart. By the way have you seen the website called Overheard in New York? Funnier than shit!Anytime you have a question or want some input speak right up, I enjoy the discussions. We (pre-Spumco crew) did the storyboard, design, layout and direction. The animation freelanced to several people with supervision from John K.
wow great lines,what pencils where you using here,I don't know of one that produces such thick lines with out breaking the point,unless you go over it several times.
Love it! Can we ever get you on DeviantArt?
Hey Nubian, when I did the rough layout it was most likely a 2b or 3b. After 20 years I have forgotten who did the finish. Normally HB or B pencils are best for clean-up, especially the finer details such as facial features, etc.
I didn't know you did a movie opening. Pretty cool. I like the bear. I can already tell what's on his mind.
384: My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. I would like to know more about that deviant stuff.
Weirdo, I think John K. has the sequence, from Troop Beverly Hills.
Troop Beverly Hills, kick ass. I love the bear.
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