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.
Now that deserves to be animated!F'ing hilarious!
That's probably the greatest thing I've ever seen. Excellent! :)
HA!! you're killing me Willis!
You're brilliant! That's wayyyyyyyyyy better than bungee-cord-Spartacus from the Cal Arts days!-D
i've been to that class! as always, you've captured the characters souls.
awesome... you are hilarious.
That was awesome!
Wow! I guess gesture drawing sessions are the same wherever you live! Amazing!
this is by far, the most awesomest!!!
OMG.. that was hilarious!!Nice sketching too. Much confidence in your line.
Haha, that was hysterical! Thank you!
Wow! Amazing! I must say your a brilliant storyboard artist!
sweet... made my day. ;)
I've been on both sides of that fence. Thanks for dredging up those memories. Its all cock and balls until somebody gets a needle in the neck...
This is so funny...
I was in my life drawing class today and my instructor comes up to me and says "Hey Kevin. I want you to play close attention to the effects of gravity on his junk." Cracked me up!
Good gosh! One of the worst days we had involved charcoal day, and we had a model with a blood pressure condition. Dude blacked out onto the floor-- and ended up absolutely filthy with charcoal dust! An ambulance showed up and they're like "What the----??" to find a naked man covered with charcoal, laying in the middle of a room.
Haha, great story! I'm glad none of my models ever went off like that! ;) Life drawing can be dangerous!
Only thing missing is a "stimulated" pelvic area on Pages 9 & 10.Yup. Been to that class before.
Cause every now and then, we all have a bed gesture day. Hahaha, this is brilliant! Love it!
Hilarious and GREAT storytelling by the way!
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