Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Two Today

13 comments:

Marc Deckter said...

That creature on his cheek is really interesting - your drawings have so many interesting layers to them, it's fun to get lost in them.

Marc Deckter said...

I hope those cute little critters on his tongue can survive in this dangerous and unpredictable Waller Land.

Vincent Waller said...

Thanks Marc,
I'm going to start painting soon, I think things will get even more interesting then.
As to the little creatures, I think they live in their. So they should be fine.

Jack said...

You should publish all these in a book.

Vincent Waller said...

THanks Jack. Maybe in twenty years I'll have enough to weed through and pick some that are worth forking over some cash for.

Booo Tooons Ltd. said...

You know, Vincent, seeing all this great art on your blog, along with Katie, Kali, John, Marsha ( sorry! ), Marlo, Jose, Eric, et al, it really bugs me that there isn't anything this beautiful being produced for animation, mainstream TV or otherwise.

In fact, the only time you ever get to see crap this good being produced ( except for R&S ) is in the character development stage.

It kinda makes sense why there aren't that many talented animators innovating on TV today, though. No one's paying them to.

Oh well. A fella can dream, can't he?

- trevor.

ps: I love your cartoons on YouTube.

Booo Tooons Ltd. said...

Hey Vincent,

I just posted about this awesome drawing, although I'm not sure it went through.

Didja get it? It was very complimentary.

- trevor.

Vincent Waller said...

I got your other comment, but no drawings.

Kenny P. said...

What Booo Tooons, Ltd. said.

Booo Tooons Ltd. said...

Well, it was a link to an article I wrote about character development, but I do have drawings elsewhere on the blog ( only a few posts; newbie-be-me ) and would be honored if you'd give 'em a gander. We use water fowl as provender at my blog. We're very silly.

But, this link should work. If not, then my name is Mud.

Have fun in the Queen's Country, and if you see the better part of my extended family, tell them I said "Hello". They'll know what it means.

Regards,

- Mud. Or Trevor if you wish to be official.

Art F. said...

Great stuff, Vincent! I like the samurai with the getas the best.

ryan said...

i was wondering if you still kicked ass so i mosied on over to your blog and a tidal wave of ass kickery smashed my face in

Vincent Waller said...

Thanks Ryan, I appreciate you stopping in.