A blog that transformed into me reblogging pretty pictures, laughing at/making fun of the stuff my friend reblogs, and stepping on my soapbox to speak to an empty crowd.
So I’m doing the pokemon fusion with kate and she said “MRA mascot y/y”
And then I clicked it and
“Manfree”! That shit’s hilarious! And this mix looks pretty good too!
Ian Jones-Quartey, before he split to go work on Rebecca’s show, was a key creative-type for a good while on Adventure Time. (Fortunately, he’s still the voice of Wallow on Bravest Warriors.) He’s a truly busy man, so where he came up with the time to create this pretty awesome “Lakewood Plaza Turbo” for Cartoon Network no one knows.
I just realized that KO is voiced by Stephanie Nadoly, Gohan’s voice.
*shrugs* Sorry, I’m feeling totally indifferent to this.
Tone and design-wise, it feels just as homogenized as all the other cartoons on TV nowadays that aren’t based off existing franchises (actually, I think the designs are a little on the ugly side and sometime KO had some weird lazy-eye shit going on). I’m so bored of this style.
I’m not trying to knock anyone’s hustle or anything, but the only people that are getting TV shows nowadays are all CalArts folks that worked on Adventure Time and Misadventures of Flapjack and stuff…man, animation on TV has become such an incestuous VIP club. It really needs some outsider blood.
Concept art and environmental designs for Disney’s Pinocchio by Gustaf Tenngren. That last image is so heartbreaking.
Assignment One in Noah Bradley’s Art Camp is value studies of old Masterworks. - 50 of them. Yikes. Here’s the start (11) of my value studies. =]
I’m probably not going to post everything from my Noah Bradley course but Here’s the start from the 50 value comps I have to do. If you’re interested in following my full progress the blog above will have everything on it. =]