4 Images created specifically for an exhibition in conjunction with Loulou Reloulou’s “Shared fashion” and the Gypsy music of London band “All the Queen’s Raven’s”
The event was last Friday [12/10/12] and It was a whole bowl of fun and whisky. These are now available as limited edition prints from my own shop:
Limited to an edition of JUST 25; and going at a bargain price of £30!
some more concept sketches for a project illustrating the floating market scene from Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, I’ve done up a final but i like how the little ones look colored, like a comic almost
Tilt, Flow, and Rhythm with Tom Bancroft
Here is another character Milt Kahl didn’t particularly enjoy animating, but as usual he pulled it off beautifully. There was criticism at the time why Madame Bonfamille in “The Aristocats” looked so realistic. This lady was eccentric enough to will her fortune to her house cats, so why not design her as a nutty old woman?
Milt’s response was that the story guys thought of her as a beautiful, dignified elderly lady, as did Ken Anderson. So he refined what they gave him, not changing the character’s concept.
In an interview Milt said that it doesn’t hurt to do your straight, realistic job once in a while, knowing that you will have other characters in the picture who are eccentric and more entertaining.
And of course Milt did pride himself for being able to do assignments like this one that called for careful realistic handling.
“Realism is not the problem, it’s the way (other) people do realism that’s a problem!” he said. via Deja View
working on friend’s in pottermore. Stop by!
bejeezus this thing keeps on crashing on me