Monday, March 19, 2012

Placemat doodles.

Dinner Doodle

Breakfast with Gregor Koomey doodle.
Had Dinner at Hirozen Sushi last night. It's still really tasty there. Did the doodle below too.



8 comments:

Roberto Severino said...

How long does it typically take to do detailed drawings like this, Vince? These look like they took well over an hour or so.

I submitted some comments on the previous post but they were never published. I hate it when Blogger does this to me.

Vincent Waller said...

Hi Robert. When I'm doodling they go pretty quick. The calvary gal took about ten minutes. The fella riding the mouth creature took about the same. there were a couple of others on that page that I don't think I've posted here.
As to the other post, Blogger didn't screw you I did. I took ill last week and didn't feel well enough to respond.
Basically, I don't feel anyone was stepping on his free speech rights. Last time I looked the FCC said rightly that that was not their business. If you don't use any of the forbidden words they tend to leave you be.
I disagree a bit that the FCC are getting more involved. It seems that they have over the last fifty years become less restrictive in their rulings.
I'll be the first to tell anyone I am as left leaning as can be.
While I don't see all regulation as a good thing, what I have seen in the past 15 years is that any time regulations (Particularly financial) are loosened. The companies then bend us over rape us just as quickly and efficiently as they can. Then we spend years trying to recover, while these same people yell that they are being Over regulated as they casually wipe their raping dick's on our curtains.
Sorry for not publishing or responding to your posting in a timely manner.

Roberto Severino said...

Thanks for the clarification on that. I don't mind when that happens at all, just a bit concerned that maybe I wrote something too controversial by accident and I took that the wrong way. I don't want to turn the comments into a political fiasco, but sometimes, the stuff that happens to these people can affect the artists too in their freedom of expression, which is why I bring those stories up.

I'm pretty left leaning as well (not liberal, but left leaning moderate), though I don't know that much about deregulation's harmful effects. I'll look into that more when I'm done reading/reviewing my advanced government textbook.

Archie said...

Hey Vincent, could you give me some quick tips on my drawings please. I feel like I need a professionals opinion in order for me to get better.

http://archie-archiedoodle.blogspot.co.uk/

Sorry I can only offer my blog roll and no specific drawings. Much appreciated :)

Keep up the good work. P.S Do you know what happened to bob camp, he hasn't uploaded in a while and i miss his work.

Vincent Waller said...

Hi Stephen. My advice would be Draw Draw Draw. Get how to draw cartoons (It's about 5 bucks in the states.) by Preston Blair's how to draw cartoons, and literally draw from it's front cover to it's back cover as many times as you can stand doing it.
I still do lessons in the Famous Artists manuals when ever I have a chance. If you learn to construct your characters from the ground up, your own creations will start to sing to people and please their eyes. There are unfortunately no short cuts. only doing thousands of drawings will get you where you need to be. I can tell you have talent, but you need to learn to train your talent so that you have a knowledge of what your drawings are built on.

Archie said...

Thanks Vincent much appreciated :)

Vincent Waller said...

Pleasure Stephen. I had a whole lot of great talents that helped navigate through the hurdles necessary to improve my skills.
Oh, and as to Bob posting, I'm guessing he is too busy, to do so. But he'll kick out a bunch of fine specimens as soon as he has time. He not only has work but an entire family to watch over. Very time consuming.

Roberto Severino said...

Love the new drawing at the top! It looks very pretty.

I'm watching an old Ren and Stimpy called To Salve or not to Salve. What's the story behind that cartoon and what did you contribute to it? I really love the drawings and stuff, even though it's a Games episode.