Thursday, November 23, 2006

What's more Thanksgiving than?...


A big dragon-y, dinosaur-y, crazy creature? I would have made the wings bigger, but I ran out of room on the sheet of animation paper. Like many of my drawings, this one just started and I didn't know where it would go. It ended up here. I want to try to put it up in full color soon. I just had to put something up. We've all been letting skribbl carry the burden of keeping this blog alive too much lately. Of course a lot of people on this blog are working hard on the upcoming movies. It's slowed down for me at the holidays, so I had no excuse. Whee, drawing is fun!

10 comments:

the doodlers said...

Nice Turkadactil.

Happy Thanksgiving to y'all in the U.S.A.!

countfunkula1 said...

Turkadactil! I love it! Thanks Doodlers! Say, do you have a Canadian equivalent to Thanksgiving up there?

Anonymous said...

in fact, i thought if you made the wings even smaller, like really small, that would have given the guy a funny look, the contrast between the big body and little wings

RoboTaeKwon-Z said...

Great drawing Count! Fun!!! It feels very Thanksgiving to me!
Hope you had a good Thanksgiving!
I'm going to try to post here more often too.
I've got a couple of things I want feedback on, so I'll post them sometime this week.

countfunkula1 said...

Yay! More Robo on the blog. I agree. I wanna post more. Skribbl really has been shouldering the burden too long. It's just his shit is so fun.

"Anonymous", thanks for the input. Good idea about the wings. Very CONSTRUCTIVE input.

countfunkula1 said...

Saw your comment, H. Thank you.

walleye said...

Nice drawing Count...I love Dragon this time of year (goes perfect with the stovetop dragon mix). I do believe it was the Canadians that invented the screwing of the red man...what is more thanksgiving than a passive aggressive genocide? Ours in in October, and we only get one day off. We catch back up with a day off on boxing day though. At the Pearn household we always did our boxing bare knuckled, but grandpa likes to throw in the occasional metal folding chair. Nothing says family love, like a foriegn object in the ring.

Alina Chau said...

Sooo CUTE!

countfunkula1 said...

Oh dang! Good words from Alina Chau. That is high praise indeed, and I'm honored. If you don;t know her blog folks, but I'm sure most of you do, check her out at

http://alinanimation.blogspot.com/

Thanks Alina!

St John Street said...

Awesome Work Count Happy new year's to u kris and everyone else take care!!!