Some random stuff that I was working on yesterday. The first and second picture is another attempt at designing a cartoon version of Ginger. And the last one are keyposes of Fred putting on a coat while singing a little song lol.
Lackadaisy Calinda Fandub
Ooh! Oooh! pleaasee do the new comic page for Lackadaisy!! <3 omg I LOVE your Mordecai!!! It’s like you were born for him and he was made for you! You fit sooo perfectly! And also Nicodeme Savoy! GEEZUS! <3 You’re FANTASTIC with both of them!!!
Here you go!
Original comic by Tracy J. Butler
Serafine and female cat voiced by voiceskeri
Mordecai, Nico, and hotel clerk voiced by me
Edited by me
Aaaugh <3 <3 <3
Mondo Disney SXSW posters.
As a follow up to the Jungle book, more beautiful Mondo posters.
Ratatouille by Aaron Horkey
The Sword in the Stone by Rich Kelly
The Rescuers by David Petersen
The Black Cauldron by Francesco Francavilla
Aladdin by Tom Whalen
The Black Hole by Kilian Eng
I remember once I was riding the subway in Toronto, there was a lot of commotion at my stop which I soon found out was focused around an elderly man who had slipped down the stairs and was bleeding quite profusely. It was scary, but he was surrounded by people who were already dealing with the…
Some french/european animated feature films projects presented these days at professional Cartoon Movie festival.
- “Mister Sirocco” by Benoit Chieux (Folimage)
- “Dofus, the return of Julith”, by Jean-Jacques Denis & Anthony Roux (Ankama)
- “Zombillenium”, by Arthur de Pins (based on his comic-book)
- “Yellowbird” (aka Gus), by Dominique Monfery & Christian De Vita (Teamto)
- “I Lost My Body”, de Jeremy Clapin (Skhizein, Palmipedarium)
- “The Song of the sea”, by Tomm Moore (The Secret of Kells)
- “Funan, the New People”, by Denis Do
So excited to see many of these!
The Simpsons ‘Couch Gag’ by Sylvain Chomet - Behind the Scenes
Long Story Short: You stole my art, used it for commercial purposes, and won’t even respond to my polite inquiries.
Financial and legal complications aside, I hope…
This Saturday! Draw with us for Mini-Comics Day: create a mini-comic from start to finish on March 8, 2014,including writing, drawing and (optional) printing it. Cartoonists all around the world will be participating, but you can come draw with us at the Cartoon Art Museum! All ages welcome. Share and invite your friends, too!
For more information, see our Facebook event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/275457329284274/?ref=22
I uh… went a little overboard. Sorry.