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Updated: 2017-11-21T10:59:28.509-08:00

 



Here's my attempt at 5a (or 9, according to th...

2013-10-28T23:39:57.668-07:00

Here's my attempt at 5a (or 9, according to the Animation Resources numbering).



Here is my lesson 5a cartoon hands. I am happy to ...

2013-05-18T16:00:11.599-07:00

Here is my lesson 5a cartoon hands. I am happy to be joing you all doing this.
-Rob



I've done my hands homework: http://paintthem...

2010-06-03T13:30:49.589-07:00

I've done my hands homework:

http://paintthemeggs.wordpress.com/2010/06/03/lesson-5a-hands/

What a great course this is!

John



Here's my hands lesson. Lesson 5a Man, I lov...

2010-02-08T07:05:21.799-08:00

Here's my hands lesson.

Lesson 5a

Man, I love drawing hands and when you get them right them right they look so good.
Thanks for looking.



There's a Preston Blair How to Draw for Animation ...

2008-01-27T23:47:00.000-08:00

There's a Preston Blair How to Draw for Animation book available...
It's got the basics for Mr. K.'s school.

Everyone seems to have problems drawing hands. If you can't represent them as as multiple squiggles, just keep practicing!



I had a flashback of about 45 years when I saw tha...

2006-06-22T13:55:00.000-07:00

I had a flashback of about 45 years when I saw that. I drew from that book in the high chair. Where on earth did you find that? Are there more pages to be found elsewhere?



Damn...that hand sheet is a godsend. Thanks!

2006-06-22T00:39:00.000-07:00

Damn...that hand sheet is a godsend. Thanks!



Here's this one and a bunch of the old lessons, I ...

2006-06-20T17:53:00.000-07:00

Here's this one and a bunch of the old lessons, I haven't had access to a scanner.

michaelrianda.blogspot.com



Im very busy right now working about 40hours a wee...

2006-06-20T16:31:00.000-07:00

Im very busy right now working about 40hours a week :/
but I'll definately complete my lessons in a near future.




2006-06-20T11:06:00.000-07:00

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I believe it was first aired in 1991, but I could ...

2006-06-20T09:24:00.000-07:00

I believe it was first aired in 1991, but I could be wrong.



it would be nice if someone answered my question: ...

2006-06-20T03:31:00.000-07:00

it would be nice if someone answered my question:

" can SOMEONE tell me when the first ren & stimpy cartoon is EVER 'aired' as a tv-cartoon?
i mean was it aired in USA for the first time? during which years? or any other countries?



Thanks alot for the tip John, I really appreciate ...

2006-06-19T22:01:00.000-07:00

Thanks alot for the tip John, I really appreciate it! I'm also reading up on figure drawing, which emphasizes the ability to think in terms of form, volume, things like that - which I think will help my addled brain. I'll get it yet, by hook or by crook!
--bardhol



>>Are you on drugs. Tex and Bob weren't even anima...

2006-06-19T20:06:00.000-07:00

>>Are you on drugs. Tex and Bob weren't even animators, the animators drew the hands,<<

Of course they were animators. How do you think they became directors?



i just posted some proportion study bulldog copies...

2006-06-19T19:57:00.000-07:00

i just posted some proportion study bulldog copies and hand copies.



can you tell me when the first ren & stimpy cartoo...

2006-06-19T19:52:00.000-07:00

can you tell me when the first ren & stimpy cartoon is EVER 'aired' as a tv-cartoon?
i mean was it aired in USA for the first time? during which years? or any other countries?



I like Danny Antonucci; he was great in 'The Partr...

2006-06-19T19:45:00.001-07:00

I like Danny Antonucci; he was great in 'The Partridge Family'.



Hey Bardhol,I commented on your construction drawi...

2006-06-19T19:45:00.000-07:00

Hey Bardhol,


I commented on your construction drawings like you asked...

Your pal,
John



THIS BLOG IS KICK ASS!

2006-06-19T19:41:00.000-07:00

THIS BLOG IS KICK ASS!



Hey JohnI know you met Mike Judge, but did you eve...

2006-06-19T18:45:00.000-07:00

Hey John

I know you met Mike Judge, but did you ever meet Danny Antonucci?



I am surprised more people aren't familiar with th...

2006-06-19T18:24:00.000-07:00

I am surprised more people aren't familiar with the Blair book. Jeez, that was the first one I ever bought when I was starting to draw. Maybe it's an age bracket thing?

I'm probably one of the few who own "The Animated Raggedy Ann & Andy" by John Canemaker (1977)



Where are you? We are waiting for you.

2006-06-19T15:44:00.000-07:00

Where are you? We are waiting for you.



Copied and saved this to my desktop John. Hands a...

2006-06-19T15:07:00.000-07:00

Copied and saved this to my desktop John. Hands are too important!!! Keep'em coming......



Very cool indeed. One of the best example of good ...

2006-06-19T14:14:00.000-07:00

Very cool indeed. One of the best example of good drawing of hands are the hands of the characters in the comicbook titled BONE by Jeff Smith...open his books and pratice to draw his characters 's hands, it can just help young and even older cartoonists to get better and better.They look smooth, natural and simple...



I'm not an animator so feel free to set me straigh...

2006-06-19T13:23:00.000-07:00

I'm not an animator so feel free to set me straight but is it just me or does any of this guys stuff seem familiar? Especially the "Quality Jollity" trademark?

http://www.kylebaker.com/