Sunday, May 30, 2010

finished the storyboard

I wanted to keep the background as simple as possible.

4 comments:

Sherm said...

Hi Mitch...nice work! The story is very easy to follow and reads very clearly. You have a nice beginning, middle and end, all wrapped up at the finish.

Careful with character sizing -- on page 3 the characters start to get bigger by the 3rd panel. Other than that, it's wonderful. Keep it up!

-Sherm
sherm [at] cartoonsnap [dot] com

Roberto Severino said...

I'm sorry I haven't commented on your blog in so long. I was extremely busy with school, so I didn't have as much time for blogging or even my drawing studies. I didn't mean to make you feel bad. Just by looking at these recent blog posts, your cartooning skills have shot up through the roof. Great work!

Mitch L said...

Thanks Sherm,

Your right, that panel is a bit sloppy. Glad to hear you liked it. I hope I can improve the story. Your tutorials are a big help!

Hee Roberto,

No worry, I didn't got to go to your blog as well. And I didn't post allot of things the last couple of months. Do you have exams for school? Keep practicing and you gonna be a great artist, you are really early with the good stuff.

Roberto Severino said...

My sophomore year just ended a week ago for me, so I won't have to worry about any exams until August. I really don't have much to do this summer, except for a lot of reading for my history class, which I've been happily procrastinating. Haha!

Speaking of practicing and stuff, I've been doing nothing but drawing studies for the past few months now since I have a lot more time this year (I had to deal with a lot of tough crap back in 2009. I got some drawing done then, but not as much as I had expected). It's incredible how long of a way since I started doing John K.'s lessons a few years ago, when I was about 12 or 13. My own drawing skills have improved so much since then, and at this point, I can copy and analyze in almost any style I want without getting distracted by the stylistic elements in a drawing.

Once again, thanks for the compliment. I feel lucky to have discovered John K.'s blog at such an early age, meaning that I got a huge head start, which I didn't waste. I owe everything to him and his teachings, and while I still don't like my drawings, it's a considerable improvement from the flat stuff I used to draw.