Here's just another loose and quick one. Also I'm with EA Games now.
Friday, September 28, 2007
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Here is an animation I just did today of a squirrel. The squirrel is supposed to be running off with a hogie, but it hasn't been added yet. Still a tomato is seen falling off at the end. I tried to get some good exaggerated action and I think it turned out ok.
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Step right up and win the new Popeye Vol.1 DVD! In celebration of our new demo reel and soon-to-be new website, we are holding a contest! Watch our demo reel and answer the following question- "What image does the little firefly draw?"
Send your answer, along with your email address, to firstname.lastname@example.org
15 runners-up will also recieve Monkeygrinder Lollipops.
You can learn more about the Popeye DVD here
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Friday, July 13, 2007
This looks to be one of the best classic cartoon releases on DVD, and definately the best release of "Popeye the Sailor" so far. The cleanup looks really nice, and the quality looks preserved. The line work looks great and seems to maintain it's thick and thin strokes that made the characters so pleasing to look at in the first place. With lots of extra features including "Out of the Inkwell" shorts, commentaries by Jerry Beck and John Krisfalusi, Behind-the-toons featurettes, it looks like money well spent.
Check out these screen caps at Jerry Becks "Cartoon Research" Website.
Buy the DVD here.
Find out more on the History of "Popeye" including the original comic that inspired the animation, and the Stereoptical Process.
John Krisfalusi's "Popeye Rules"-John K provides some great insight and observations on Popeye.