Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Monday, November 27, 2006
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Monday, November 20, 2006
Friday, November 17, 2006
Thursday, November 16, 2006
One of my friends, Mike Maihack, is doing a comic strip called COW and Buffalo.
He's putting together a compilation of his work of the past two years, and has asked me and some other friends to do a little drawing of his characters for him.
Here there are.
You should also check out his website
And his blog
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Monday, November 13, 2006
I got a bike this weekend.
Had Indian food again( I think I must be sick, an addiction or something..I just can't get enough of it), wen to a very interesting Philipino event( katrina is Filipino), and, just had a ton of stuff to do.
I also cleaned up my computer and "organised" my sketches.
I had actually more than I thought!
Now it's monday..
Friday, November 10, 2006
That was another one done for the ehroes Theme..but i'm not so happy with it.
It's still a nice little piece, but doesn't have the usual punch i'd like them to have.
I think I was on a roll, and it stopped when some F.cking A..holes stole my byke yesterday!
It does put a cramp on your personal stuff.
It's friday, and that will be one hell of a good weekend( plus, I plyaed katamari last night ...hadn't played it in a while..that was awesome..i love rolling the people over!)
Thursday, November 09, 2006
phone doodles are just the best.
on a side note.
There are a few "drawing blogs" that I thought some of you guys would like to check out.
One of them, of course, is Drawergeeks.
A bunch of very talented people such as Sarah Mesinga, Mark Behm, Bryan Ballinger, Greg HArdin post every two weeks some drawings based on a common theme there.
I just got in with them, and must say what a GREAT experience that is.
I can't say enough about group activities like that.
They just push you to do something that is not always in your comfort zone, with very little stress.
Beats most schools I know. you can find it HERE
Other really cool drawing blogs like that are the blue sky studio challenge, with artists like Agent 44, or any of the blue sky designer in fact( you can say whatever you want about a feature, you have to admit that the artists on these movies are all individual SUPERstars) HERE it is
and, one that I discovered not very long ago and that has my mouth watering each time I take a look at it is the AVALANCHE studios blog which you can find HERE
And, on a final note.
For all of you that read blogs and don't post notes, either because you're not logged in, you are shy , you are French and don't feel good about your writting, ( yup, Anne, Got your email, and I REALLY REALLY liked it!)....well... THANK YOU , because I sometimes hear about people who have seen my stuff, or my friend's stuff..and, well... that just feels good!
HAVE A GREAT DAY everybody!
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
for one of the "theme" drawing groups i participate in, we had as HEROES as our subject matter.
After thinking about it, I realised that anybody can be a hero.
It just depends on the actions you do, and why you do them.
Even little kids can be heroes when they sacrifice a bit of their own good for someone else's.
Anyhow... this is one of the pieces I came up with.
on a different note.
My very good friends ROb Shaw and Jeff Riley, from Bent Image Lab(www.bentimagelab.com)
just finished animating and directing THIS music video
Clickon the giant robot and little girl( I know this is going to get some of you guys going!) and enjoy.
Monday, November 06, 2006
Dreaming of the stars starts Early...
and , today, is an EXTRA early day at work.
I can't believe I'm having a seven thirty conference call..on a MONDAY!
By the way.
I went to see FLUSHED AWAY yesterday.
and, boy, surprisingly, it's a GREAT , Fun movie!
Don't let the character design deceive you, and don't expect the movie to change your life,( just your perception of French Frogs maybe), but, if you want to laugh a little, a lot even....go see it.
It has the same type of humor as wallace and gromit, maybe a little less refined, but in the same vein.
That's my two cents!
I especially liked the slugs...you'll see why...and the frogs, of course!