Does anyone know of any other good print on demand companies similar to Redbubble or Society 6, that are preferably based in the UK?
6.6.13. | [Day 167] - “King Kong ain’t got sh*t on me!!!”
Oh Popeye! A Popeye!
Heres my piece for tonights 85th anniversary show for Popeye at the Hero Complex Gallery in LA. There’s some great people involved, so go check it out.
I based my piece on my favourite Popeye cartoon- Man On The Flying Trapeze. Damn Swine!
Some more old environment concepts from an abandoned sci-fi project
A project inspired by traditional dolls and figures from around the world. I wanted to focus on the concept of dolls as objects imbued with symbolism and meaning, rather than playthings.
I hope to post these illustrations individually soon, with some information about their significance.
For Sketch Dailies! The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of my earliest influences (from childhood), and pretty much cultivated my love of the macabre and stop motion animation, so I can’t just not pay a tribute to it.
When my dad built us a tree house.
_My dad is the coolest dad in the whole world.
_ He built me a tree house!
_We live in Manhattan.
Tuesday Tips - EYES!
Eyes are what convey most of someone’s expression. Body language is important, but “eyes don’t lie”. There’s a reason why someone who’s lying will generally try to avoid eye contact. We are biologically set-up to “read” someone’s inner feelings by looking at their eyes.
In storyboarding, if I’m in a real hurry to make a sequence “read” better, I will try to hit the eyes and facial expression as best as I can before anything else, especially if it’s an emotional scene.
Have a great Tuesday, everyone!
Character Designers, let’s fight for this in our work. 3D Animators, let’s fight for this in our work.
Great stuff Norm thank you!
An illustration done for Apple Magazine about immunization.
Concept art from last year for robot areas in Inivizimals on PS3
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