Friday, May 16, 2008

Time To Do It

Sorry for the lack of posts. We had one our board guys out sick, and two very important folks on vacation through this week leaving me to dance in everyones shoes.
Here is a drawing from todays animatic session.

Oh by the way keep your eyes peeled for a SpongeBob Episode titled The Splinter you won't want to miss it.


And now for something completely different.









7 comments:

Art F. said...

yowza! sorry to hear about your many-hat-wearing period, Vincent. wish i could help :)

i'm blind in one eye, so i can relate to this here guy.

Julián Höek said...

more often than i would like i feel like that after been too much in front of the computer! i should check my eyes with an specialist or have a fat finger and push it back in like your (ULTRA AMAZING) drawing!


pd: it was very disturbing to visit your blog these days and see your creepy tiny George liquor's head! i can't figure out how you did that trick!

see ya

Allyn said...

i look forward to it!

Booo Tooons Ltd. said...

It's ironic that Kevin James is an even bigger idiot than the fictional character that Kevin James, the comedian, plays on King of Queens.

Radio is a better way for these things to go, because in radio the host has control of the board, and can actually drown out someone who's only talking to hear themselves talk by bringing down their mic. I had a show once, and that device worked pretty well.

Also, it has to be said: props to the Hardball set designers and graphics people for coming up with an appeasing colour scheme unlike the a-typical ones that are flooded with red, white and blue on the other news channels. They all look like the same Wild Cherry Pepsi set.

And lastly, I love the eye doodle. Especially the fact that it's an apparently living severed head.

Good times.

- trevor.

Jose said...

goddamn, you the man, vincent. posts like these brighten my day. and my soul.

Vincent Waller said...

Thanks Art, but its really not bad, just busy.

My George head was done in phitoshop.
I used the smudge tool to move my pigments around into the shape of Georges head and then filled in the features, then touched up the background where my head had been.

I'm actually glad they didn't turn himt down and that he spent the time to show just how idiotic mr.James is.

Kali Fontecchio said...

Luis Buneul and Dali reference?