Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Obscured Roughs

Sorry for the lack of drawing posts lately. In the run up to the 10th anniversary I have been crazy busy doing my regular duties plus doing roughs for press art. Most of which I can't post because it would give away story lines that have not yet aired.
But here is a rough with some objects obscured.




I'll post more as they are cleared and then get back to posting doodles when there is time to sit and do them.
Thanks for stopping by.
V

10 comments:

Kenny P. said...

I know it's beside the point, but whatever you did to obscure those naked men (oops! I gave away the story...Sorry!) looks pretty cool!

Rudy Tenebre said...

Hey Vincent, please visit my old friend's site, the most brilliant and obscure cartoonist/artist I know, who, having turned from the commercial application of his skills, has found himself doing carpentry and other inglorious tasks to survive while he works his hideous magic alone.

www.samvaughan.com

Vincent Waller said...

Uh oh, Kenny you told. Well at least you didn't say anything about the pregnancy...uh, uh oh.

Thanks Rudy,
I love is historic stuff.
I'm sorry he is having to do manual labor to get by. I had to do that when I arrived in LA. I worked doing construction, and being an assistant to a mason, until I could land a job in the industry.

Dave Fontana said...

Dig seein' your roughs n' obscured objects...
'Cirque du Spongae' episode?

Rudy Tenebre said...

Thank you for perusing. It's the old sods lot, he's alright. We both thought getting a job in "the industry" would destroy our love of drawing. And that was a long time ago. What fate awaits? About 25 minutes from post-mortem to incinerate a life's work--aaahhh-hahhhaaaaa.....

Rudy Tenebre said...

Hey Vince, I surely meant no disparagement to your goodself and your profession by way of the attitudes Mr. Vaughan and myself held at one time, (those attitudes have not served us so well in subsequent years). Much the reason I hoped you'd see his stuff, as the community you have down there and abroad is enviable to some of us down-at-heart cartoonists who've gotten mixed-up in the mostly unreceptive 'fine'-arts world, (der kunstwelt, ja). I appreciate your taking a look and speaking in earnest.

Vincent Waller said...

Rudy, No worries I took no offense. I've just been soooo busy today I wasn't able to approve any posts.

Trevor Thompson said...

You get to draw for a living. Yer so lucky!!!!

- trev.

Dustin Haynes said...

Hmmmm... I thought I saw naked men under there.

ArtF said...

monsieur Sponge on zee balance board is tre magnifique!