Saturday, October 16, 2010

More Art from the potfolio


Color images are frames from Episode 1 of the new Beany & Cecil. The big guy with Dishonest John are John K. layouts as well as the thumb close-up. The title card is by Bruce Timm I think.
B & W drawings are story sketches from "Pontiac online presents George Liquor"
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6 comments:

Luis María Benítez said...

I remember the image of the nail. I felt pain when I saw it. So great drawings.

Pat Desilets said...

I didn't even know you directed! I would love to see that short.

Rooniman said...

Great cartoon images courtsy of Jim Smith.

Eric Noble said...

I would have loved to have seen that George Liquor short. It's a shame the project fell through. Would you like to see the stuff I've posted on my blog?

Kirk said...

Brotherhood of Blecch is beautiful, and has a truly funny opening, which is rare for most cartoons of it's era... Ya shoulda directed more of 'em, but alas, we don't write our own ticket, do we. Hope yer doin' well, old horse.

(Jimmy the Idiot Boy ... I'll never unnerstan' the appeal of that one.)

Roberto Severino said...

Jim, you're a freaking genius. Enough said.