Sunday, July 18, 2010

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Looney Tunes -- "Little Beau Pepe" and "Wild Over You"

I love Pepe Le Pew.

Check out the cool shapes in the designs in this one ("Wild Over You"):

Monday, May 31, 2010

Thinking Animation Blog

 Good blog about animation:

Here's an insipiring video clip that they posted:

Also, they posted another link to a website that actually has screen grabs from films. Here it is:

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Aurélie Neyret

Images below are from Aurélie Neyret's blog. You should check it out. There are even some parts where she shows her process. There's also a video she did for Massive Black as well on her process, which can be found here: 

her blog:

Monday, May 17, 2010

Frank Frazetta

Pretty much needs no introduction. I figured I should do a post with some images of his work especially considering his passing last Monday. I just found out today.Although I didn't study his work as closely as other artists have, I certainly can recognize his solid sense of composition and dramatic lighting. He was an artist who has been very influential for animators and illustrators alike.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Saturday, May 15, 2010

7 Imp (Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast)

Here's a cool blog that interviews children book illustrators and talks about their process:

Peter Brown

I LOVE this guy's work. He's a children's book illustrator who uses primarily acrylic/gouache. Here is an interview I read about him on a cool blog I'll post about next:

His website:

Animation Backgrounds

If I'm in the mood to see some beautiful animated environments I go to this blog:

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Leo Matsuda

Below is an image from Leo Matsuda's blog. He had this funny image on his blog recently. He explains the story behind it in his blog. Check it out!

His blog:

Monday, April 5, 2010

Female Illustrators

Here's another link my friend Wade sent me a long time ago. It's a blog dedicated to female illustrators.

James Gurney

My friend, Wade, sent me this link a while back. I had always meant to post it. There's some really nice information there about color and painting. Color is still one of those things that I feel I need to get a stronger understanding of. It's always inspiring to see an artist with a solid understanding of it.

James Gurney blog:

University of California Berkeley Human Anatomy Lectures

It's been a while, but I'm still here. I found a link to anatomy lectures. I believe it's important to learn as much as we can about nature and life so that we can bring something tangible into the art we create.

Here's the link: