Tuesday, March 04, 2008



Hey everyone, thanks again for the comments on the work here. Greatly appreciated it is! Just thought I'd toss down some work so that you all know I'm alive. I don't have much to say art wise though. I'm in a process of re-new, and it's time I hit up the ol' life drawing again. I'm finding that my work isn't at a lvl I'd like it at, so I need to push it further. Also recently watched Bill Melendez's "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." I remember watching this as a youngin'. My daughter loved it too. You can say that the animation isn't the best draftsmanship, but the story and acting here make it shine. You could say that about his work on the peanuts. Sure he was confined to the comic strip models, but the story's and heart in all of them show that he is a brilliant storyteller. Something in today's day and age is hard to find.

8 comments:

.:'ayra':. said...

where are you editing your drawings?

robi pena said...

Beautiful blog and very inspiring works!!! Realy good stuff!!

axel#13 said...

Very cool looking stuff!

crylic said...

Hey man, really lovin the joker piece. Great stuff here, really inspiring.

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Jonathan Coit said...

2 very strong pieces. I am currently working on my digital stuff and the approach to the Joker thing is what I am going for. You inspire, sir.

Omar "OX" Rodriguez said...

amazing style

Sherrrie said...

I have tried to find a less public way to contact you, but obviously failed. I am with a small middle school in South Florida and have a question for you about a cartoon you drew for A Christmas Story. I'd appreciate it if you would contact me back-channel at cscsdramaboosters@gmail.com. Thank you.