Saturday, March 14, 2009

Hey there kiddies... sorry this posting is more of the photo genre, but at least there are still drawings in it! I just wanted to let you all know I'm workin away at getting the Agent Orange story done for POPGUN volume 4. I thought I'd give you an inside look into my little world of back aches and wrist cramps!

I also wanted to give you guys this link from an inspiring article entitled - 7 Creative Principles by John Lasseter. Very good advice. Have a great weekend everyone!

39 comments:

  1. you have a lot of sweet art books there! cant wait to see more of your work!

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  2. i agree with sean, nice books! nice progress and awesome Munny. have a good weekend!

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  3. Always find it fascinating, when artists photograph their work environment. thanks for sharing!

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  4. your work space is so organized :)! love the black and whites.

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  5. Hey, can I borrow The Gorillaz book on your shelf,lol

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  6. Thanks very much you guys!! Th3den... I just did that to impress you! And Chris, sure you can borrow it... but I charge $20 a day per rental!

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  7. sweet man cant wait to see it when its all done

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  8. dude good luck with the Popgun thing. I love the character designs you've got. Also, many thanks for the "7 creative principles" those were really helpful as well.

    As for the brush I used to make the drawing. It's just a photoshop square brush that is rotated to sit at a 45 degree-ish angle. Then you make the size pressure sensitive and add a little spacing to it. If you don't get the desired results I can just send you all the brushes I use. Let me know man!

    Oh, and let me know if you're using anything cool and exciting!?

    take care,
    -Tamte

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  9. thank you very much, darren, for the visit, and for your kind words! :)
    your work is brilliant!!

    best regards from brazil!

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  10. Whoa, thanks for posting this. I had a chance to interview JL and the best question I could come up with was, 'what inspires the sincerity in your films.' Reading this makes me wish I had a second chance to ask questions :P

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  11. *SIGHS* It must be such a bless to be working in Pixar. All of its employees must be very happy, drawing all day long, having fun and singing aloud with lots of bunnies and brilliant flowers! XD

    In the other hand, these pictures are so epic! Orange is already a hit to me... plus, I envy your bookshelf to the gut!

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  12. Hey Rawls,
    Great work space, I love seeing how other artist have there stuff set up. What kind of pens do you use to ink your pages?

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  13. Wow, thanks a lot everyone!!
    Adam - thanks for the brush tips my friend! I appreciate it!
    Char - hahah...singing aloud with bunnies and flowers!!
    Joe - I usually use a fine and a brush pen from Faber-Castell. But when I'm broke and can't afford those, I just use a good ol' Papermate ballpoint pen!

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  14. very nice. keep it up.

    haven't stop by in awhile all you posts have been awesome.

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  15. oh man that piece on your drawing board looks great! Also~thanks for the Lasseter link, great stuff.

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  16. your stuff is awesome! following this blog for so!

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  17. i saw your works on the "characterdesign" blog... i have no words to descripe how much i admire you! i really love your sign!!!

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  18. your drawing are cool. Even more, Your line works are awesome.

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  19. Every time I see another artist's workspace I drop everything and go tidy up my desk, just in case someone drops by and wants to take a picture. Good looking stuff on the desk!

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  20. sweet rawls! this has become a pretty popular blog, i know i check it at least once a day! cant wait to see this agent O stuff finished. also thanks for posting the john lasseter stuff, super cool.

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  21. Wow rawls, I can't believe I only just now discovered your work. Your comics pages are great!

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  22. Holy smokes, look how amazing your line work is!

    so nice and clean and sharp, i love it!!

    what pens do you use to ink?
    do you sketch with a blue animation pencil?

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  23. Great stuff overthere too !
    The Agent Orange pages are cool, I'm sure u're a big Mignola fan.

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  26. I like these photographs! fun to see other artists workspace

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  27. WOW! As always, you all are such a great support! Thanks for all your great commments!
    Alec Tree - I use Faber Castell pens (brush & fine tip)
    bibouse - You're right...I'm a huge fan!
    Thanks everyone!!!

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  28. You have great taste in books and your drawings are looking epic. Looking forward to seeing them in popgun.

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  29. thanks for the Lasseter link. Good/scary advice, but mostly good.

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  30. Great work, great blog. Always nice to see someone's workspace too.

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  31. good work !
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    best regards
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    Sorry for offtopic

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  34. thats a damn good collection of art books man
    great work

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