Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Another bit of annoyance is the crunching out of new ideas only to find they liked the early stuff. Whoo boy, welp, work is work I suppose, and at least they LIKE my stuff. Too bad, I'm starting not too, yikes some of these drawings- I would have fired me. There was a pizza delivery job in the paper...
Er....Amara wants to play Elmo's Potty Time.
I'll post something more complete in a while, sorry.
Monday, February 18, 2008
I love Cookie Monster, I always have, he's my favorite Sesame Street Icon. So because I have no cool images just yet, I thought I'd post this link to a video of NPR's interview with Cookie. Sorry no video file I can find but the link is great. If you're really paying attention; look at the broad actions and posing that make Cookie believable especially when he looks over his shoulders and pinches his nose. Wow, it's like a good animated character but in (pseudo) reality. There is a lesson to learned from just this four minute clip.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
In either case, one should always consider being able to "see up" from the front of the ribcage as it is turned slightly upward due to the curvature of the spine.
The next set of drawings are examples of both types of construction in use. Note the flatness of the top of the shoulder when at the side and the roundness when raised. I hope this helps,
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