Thursday, January 26, 2006

Rose


I may have to rename this blog NEGLECTED. Sheesh. I need to try and keep better track of this thing with more regular posts.

It's been a busy couple of weeks on the job with prepping 2 sequences of boards for story reels, helping direct temp voice tracks for said reels, and providing design guidance for a set of maquettes and 3-D models.

I'm tired.

Any ways, I have of course managed to keep up my daily ritual of searching for inspiration through various blogs. Ted Mathot has been showing some cool process work and sneak peaks of his upcoming book ROSE AND ISABEL 2. The first book was great and if you don't have it, you should.

Any ways, I was inspired to do a drawing of one of his characters.

I will make an effort to post more regularly.

10 comments:

martin wittig said...

Man,.....I hate you! why do you always have to do such great work!!
I'm always inspired by your posts.
martin
http://martinwittig.blogspot.com/

craig said...

Jo! Hope to see a sketchbook of ladies and trees! Another cool illo

TSM said...

That's AWESOME!! I love it!!

D'ya mind if I put it on my blog?

Thorsten Hasenkamm said...

Like I said on the forum already: Nice nice!

Don Dixon's Blog said...

This is a great piece of work here. Good tones, good composition, and it tells a story.

Smook said...

Very nice John!

Clarke (Csnyde) said...

Another loverly piece John. as I've said before you get better with each new piece I see. drop me an e-mail sometime.

Ryan sias said...

cool, stuff.. yes try to post more often..

I work in animation also.. but over here in nyc!!

great stuff!

R

Monkeyfeather said...

Please don't hate me Martin. I checked out you blog, I think a role reversal may be required. I may have to hate you. Really nice stuff.

Thanks Ber.

Thanks for posting it on your blog Ted. Hope you liked it. Maybe I'll run into you at Wondercon.

Thanks Thorsten, Smook and Don.

Clarke! You live! Good to see you around these parts. I need to e-mail you.

Hey Rian, thanks for passing by. Hope all is well on the nyc animation scene.

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