Friday, December 18, 2009

Girl studies





Character development drawings courtesy of Katie Rice, 2002.

19 comments:

Katie said...

Wow, crazy!! I forgot drawing these! The second one is Cory's drawing, I believe! :)

Jim Smith said...

Oh my mistake, thanks Katie. How is the old boy Cory? He never calls home.

Kevin Langley said...

WOW! Those are amazing. Great stuff Katie.

RooniMan said...

Super hot!

Austin Papageorge said...

I thought these were your drawings, Jim until I saw that little note at the bottom.

Nice work Katie (and Cory)!

Ollie said...

Wow these are great. Thanks for posting lots of cool stuff over the last few days Jim. Your girls are awesome too.

Jim Smith said...

Austin: These were for the Chestaclese animatic and the character was mine but Katie made them better.

Austin Papageorge said...

Then nice work to you too, Jim!

Jim Smith said...

Cory is not too bad either.

Katie said...

Hey Jim! Cory just recently asked me about you. He's doing good I think, his drawings still kick ass.

Austin- Jim is being nice...even if I keep drawing every day for the rest of my life, I won't be a fraction of how good he is! Jim's a master! :)

Jim Smith said...

Katie you know how to make an old codger feel good.

Eric Noble said...

Oh wow, Katie and Cory did some great drawings. Very cute and appealing. I'm looking forward to "Chestaclese".

I would love to be your assistant. I first have to learn to draw.

Jim Smith said...

Eric I need an assistant but it's only for the strong of heart and those willing to suffer. Do you have the force with you?

Eric Noble said...

Jim, I don't even have the skills to clean your drawing board yet. I need to really work on my skills.

spleenal said...

I'm in love with that top girl. She seems like my type.

Jim Smith said...

Well Spleenal I might be able to fix you up. She's a friend.

Bruce said...

"I need an assistant but it's only for the strong of heart and those willing to suffer."

I'm not sure if what you said was sarcasm, but I would love to be your assistant.

Where do I sign up?

From an aspiring animator/ cartoonist

Corey said...

HAWT

Jim Smith said...

Sarcasm is a grumpy man's humor, an old saying. I'm trying to curb mine and be more direct, but it's hard, Bruce. We have an intern program here at the studio but that means little money. Drop me a e=mail at jimsmithcartoons@yahoo.com.