Still playing with the idea of a show taking place in a zoo.. Of course, I don t have a clue about the story, but as Orson Wells used to say " Who cares about a good story as long as u have boobs, blood and explosions"..
Well, true that, but I would put a word in on the success of shows such as the Simpsons, South Park, and my personal favourite, Futurama. They might not have great art, but their writing keeps people watching.
That being said, I adore this image! This tiger looks as if he's just eaten somebody, judging from that incredibly gleeful smirk. I love how his neck doesn't taper at all, and retains the thickness of the base of his head, right down to his torso. Then of course there's all those awesome wispy whiskers and chest hairs, and his fiery cheek tufts. Amazing work again.
yeah I remember seeing you draw something in the Saloon one day and it looked really light. I just assumed that you where one of those really smart people who draw really lightly so they can go over it later with graphite. i guess i was right unfortunatly i'm not that smart i do the opposite. well if your ever interested i've got a couple of friends who are nuts about making things in 3d programs, so i could pass on a model sheet to them and you could see what it looks like in 3d for shits and giggles.
Hey! How are u doin'? Yeah, I always draw on paper first, the problem is that my drawings are so light, and I dont have a scanner, I take pics of them.. That they are not too interesting on the screen.. I m not too serious here about developping a show, it s my little fantasy world, to give me motivation.. First I tought about flash to make that move, but I don t think there s any other way than 3D to do it.. ANd I forgot all I knew about that.. My computer is too weak anyway.. I ll post some more doodles if u want, take care!
This is really cool man, Just wondering if you draw the stuff on paper first and then do you do a load of photoshop maddness to it. If you do draw the stuff on paper first would it be possible to see some of those drawing.
what sort of medium do you see the show in, like 3d, flash, handdrawn or what ever.