Shirley Temple was the biggest movie star to ever hit the screen then growed up to be a major diplomat.
Want a caricature of your favorite star? For a reasonable price (whatever you can afford) you can have one on your wall to worship for all time.
Chock full of funny animals and humans, and classic gross-out scenes from beloved TV and web cartoons! Only a few left so hurry! Buy some now so George the cat can have fresh litter :(
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Hey cartoon fans, you can own a piece of history! This here is an original animation drawing of the Creeper from Disney's "The Black Cauldron" released way back in 1985.
In blue pencil are 3 animation drawings of Sebastian from "The Little Mermaid"
$25.00 each for the full body drawings.
$10.00 for the partial.
The 2 images from Fat Albert are $10 each. Very rare!
Ren & Stimpy season one episode - having fun with classic adventure tales. Color image is still painting of my layout though I'm not sure who did the final color painting.
Pencil sketch is rough layout drawing.
Big shot movie star Tom Hanks has a new cartoon on the web called Electric City, a futuristic type of hitman story with eye-gouging, groin punching, and adult action for all ages. Don't let the kids watch it. I did layouts and a little animation. There's a good interview with the director on Cartoon Brew also.
Sorry about that empty post, my blog won't let me post imagery all of a sudden. I'll try to get 'er going thanks for the puzzled comments. Yeah that's it - minimalism - snowman in a blizzard, very avant garde.
These are from "Great Expectations" directed by David Lean. Some of the best compositions and cinematography in the business. Also check out Lean's "Oliver Twist" if you have never seen it. Some really cool shots and great acting, too! Maybe Alec Guiness's finest moment along with "the Lady Killers", circa 1955.
Send me a picture of your kid and I'll draw him. This shows a step-by-step demonstration starting with the photographs, then the first sketches, to the final cartoony version. Start by just sketching from the photo, sort, of realistic, to get warmed up, and to know the subject. Next step, try to cartoon-ize a little, caricature as you go. Layout out your final composition with light blue pencil, adding, details in order of importance. Before applying the marker color remember to erase most of the pencil so as to avoid smearing.
All these shots are from F.W. Murnau's Faust, 1926. This movie is one of the finest examples of art direction and composition in cinematic history. Disney's Night on Bald Mountain sequence in Fantasia borrowed heavily from Faust. I strongly recommend seeing this if you can get it on dvd. Murnau also directed Nosferatu and Sunrise. Sunrise is maybe the most brilliant movie ever filmed. You have to see it if you love movies.