You haven’t heard jazz until you’ve heard a sea monster fish play a sax…
What do my cartoons look like before they’re done? Just check this place out if you’re curious!
Walter the Saxophonist (More Progress)Sketches
More progress on this short!
Walter the SaxophonistSketches
This isn’t just about a freakishly huge shark who plays a giant saxophone like a boss. This is an animated short that I’m working on.
I’ll keep you folks posted.
Riding on StanleySketches
Imagine riding on a monobrowed battleship the size of a mountain. That’s pretty much what it’s like riding on Stanley. Thousands upon thousands of tons of pure muscle (and fat), yet deceptively fast speeds in the water… Quite a formidable shark!
When making these sketches, I sometimes close my eyes to envision the picture in my mind. Makes it easier for me to decide on the perspective and the composition of each object, character, etc in the picture.
Riding on VincentSketches
Riding on Vincent would be the only time riding down a pool of lava in the middle of a volcanic eruption would be safe. Lava-resistant fur never stopped this giant lion!
Riding on HelenSketches
Riding on a huge magical horse (aka winged unicorn) like Helen… amazing, but scary. Those otters just aren’t used to being tens of thousands of feet in the air!
Riding on CharlieSketches
Charlie is nowhere near as huge and heavy and Ed, being a koi fish. But, riding him is an experience like no other! This (soon-to-be) bright and colorful koi fish has no problem swimming in any lake, even if they’re near nuclear power plants!
On a side note, when I sketch out my drawings, I often use harder pencils like 2H. This way, I don’t smudge the paper as much while I’m drawing.
Riding on Ed (Sketch)Sketches
If you look closely, 3 puny otters are riding on top of a monstrous elephant named Ed. He’s quite a bit of fun to ride. I’d say.
I’ve decided to start showing more of my pencil sketches! Just wanting to give an insight into what my cartoons look like before they’re done.