Monday, May 28, 2007

Some Wilts... Is that ok? I'm sorry.

A few Wilt's I've done. I've had a crazy week, and another ahead, so not too much time to draw. I'm moving out to Burbank on thursday. I've got an internship this summer out there.

I'm also doing some freelance work for an independant animated feature, so it's gonna be a lot of work, but this is what I want to do the rest of my life and I can't wait to get started.

Wilt was pretty fun to draw, a little tricky at first, but once you get the porportions down, he's pretty simple. It's crazy how small his body is compared to head, I never really noticed until I drew him.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Coco.... Co Coco

Some Coco's I did.
I wasn't really having fun drawing her so i stopped. She was pretty easy to draw actually, easier than I thought she would have been, except for the hair/tree-top, a bit tricky.

During class I did some Foster's doodles. I didn't have any references, so I was pretty happy with how they came out, seems like i'm retaining the characters pretty well.

Monday, May 14, 2007


Some Macs. He's the hardest to draw so far. I can't figure out his face, where things are supposed to go.

And I ran out of COL-ERASE blue pencils, and had to use a darker pencil (and a lighter blue), which I hate, you can't get crisp lines with it.

Saturday, May 12, 2007


Some Eduardo's I did. Why the others came out that weird color, I have no idea. But, whatever.
He's tricky to draw. They do a lot of the line work in flash/illustrator, and get effects you can't really acheive with pencil and paper.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Guess Bloo?

Some studies I did of Bloo.

One of the pages are original pose and expressions, I think its pretty obvious which one, but hoepfully not.

I switched to blue pencil after the first sheet... for obvious reasons. I like blue pencil more every time I use it, its a lot cleaner than graphite.

Alternative titles for post;
One Friend, Two Friend, Red Friend, Bloo Friend

Wednesday, May 2, 2007


Just realized I had an older pic I never posted. I wouldn't really make a big deal to post it, except I love the top pose, where Flam frames Hopper. That pretty much sums up what I was trying to do with these characters. Fit them together in unique ways, and explore expressions.

I tried to take John K's approach in never drawing the same expression twice.