We are storyboard artists in animation. During the course of production millions of sketches are produced. Some are used but most are not. These are the ones that "got away" and scribbly scribbles deemed not worthy for prime time.
And it's a very nice robot. Just looked your blog over, great stuff. I especially like your fat vikings; reminds me a bit of John K's galoots. Rough luck on the superhero pitch, the designs look really nice. But yes, I can see how it might be hard to pitch at the same time as the incredibles.Seems whenever one has a great idea they've had on the boiler you can only keep praying nobody else comes out with the same idea first.Your online comic with the dog and the rabbit is cute too.Keep it up
Hmmmm.....I understand the definition of "work" and the definition of "slow" but I fail to comprehend the usage of those two words together.
Hey Skribbs!!! Great robot!!! Do more!!!Elephantmarch!! Thanks a lot for the kind words. There are 4 or 5 of us posting artwork here. I did the failed superhero pitch and the rabbit and dog comic. You have a great blog too! Welcome, and keep commenting!
elephantbarchblog- thanks for the kind words but...yeah what robo said, we be many. marky-mark- slow as in: I have one hour to myself (aka I should be cleaning my desk but want to draw for drawings sake!) :-Probo- aren't you "Pixellated" yet?
Yeah, robo, what's up? Where are you now? Wassup?
Count!! As I told skribbs when I saw him at Underbite's last night, I leave today. That is "wassup".Wassup with you? I hear congrats are in order Mr. Thespian! Or should I say...G.W.?
Skrib... if it has a brain then technically it's not a robot but a cyborg, right?Count...You're a Thesbian? I never knew that about you...
This is great stuff. I love movement that's in everything. Great character in your approach.Nelson
Robo-That was a L instead of a Th,Rickart-Ah wait, that's a synthetic brain grown from used nylons.nb2-Thanks!
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