Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

layout george

Original storyboard drawing from Rex.

I did a layout version of it:
Before I did the one above I made these ones. I tryed to get the feel and to loosen up. Practise, practise really works.


on request of amir (my scanner is getting weird, he hase his own mind..):

And for fun:

All these drawings are based on a storyboard drawing from Rex Hackelberg.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Layout george

Rex Hackleberg made some great storyboard sketches John K posted on his blog. I tryed to layout them.

They look to skewed, I really noticed that when I mirrord them. Im gonna do some better versions soon.


Slab 'n Ernie

Friday, May 16, 2008

George in underwear!

I couldn't sleep so I made this, you can see the first sketches of this post in the previous post. I used colors of a George that allready excists. Hmm not to happy about the hands and his mouth (at his right cheek, left for us). I need to practise on hands.

Damn.. I always getting hungry at night... Why...

Update. I made this ones really quick in flash.

Thursday, May 15, 2008


Damn hard, im working on better versions of the drawings. But it's hard, so many things to think of.

I didn't like the first try. So I did another go.

A bunion really looks weird.

I tried not to be to busy with construction etc. but to spontanious. I don't think that is worked in the one above. So I took a little notebook and started drawing with a pen (and acting a bit when drawing, I really made some weird noises)

When seeing this I realize that I need to scrible more, at least I think it is because of that the drawing look ugly. Anyway Im more positive about George number 2, because of the funny pose and that you really see him stretching.

I don't think he needs to be as scared as some are above. I think he needs to be a bit nauseous.

Anyone have some more feedback or tips? I can use it.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008


Hee I inked He hog, I started by making a drawing of the sculpture John K posted on his blog.

Original He-hog sculpture from Hryma

I started offcourse with the construction, I tried to be as accurate as I can.A break offcourse with a real melon shake.
Joy, inking time.

finished ink. For the Ink I used an ink from John K as reference for the colors. The ink is digitaly made.
He hog is really fun to do, I really like how he is build. He has reall muscles but stylished.

ripping friends

I did this ripping friend study from Jim Smith. Im working on a character with allot of muscels on my other blog, so studying ripping friends should help.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

second George

George is fun to draw, I think because of the organic forms.
Here are some quick sketches to understand his construction better.

I did this one for getting the proportions right. I think that small mistakes in the construction will cause big mistakes later with the details in the proces. Next try I will scan in an earlier stage.
Another try:


Wow allready posting for one year (almost 100 post and scannend almost 200 drawings), I learnend so much by starting this blog and doing the $100,000 Animation Drawing Course.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008


Practising George, got the images from John K's blog.

He posted allot of drawings of George, so allot of drawings to study. I think the linens are a bit to shaky I will try a softer pencil.

Another attempt

This one is better but still allot of details are not like the original. You neither can't see the construction anymore, when doing this one I often corrected the drawing. The linens also looks a bit mooshy, Maybe a too soft pencil.

Can anyone tell me what the advantage is of using a drawing table instead of a flat tabel to work on?