Mans struggle to regain the classic cartoon principles.
(Sorry that some of the parts have been cut off. My scanner isn't that big.)
Thats all for now.
The second page looks really good and well constructed, but for the first and third page, you changed the proportions and the details, especially on the screwballs and the pugnacious characters. For example, for the Tex Avery turkey on the first page, you changed the size of his head, making it skinnier than what the original was, and you also and evened out his feet and toned down the perspective.Same exact problems with the third page. One of your copies looks almost like a completely different character because of the changes you made to the proportions. The cat has a completely different line of action than the original; therefore, the negative spaces turned out differently and the features were toned down.Just an honest critique. I don't mean to be rude or hurt your feelings. These are still really cool studies. Good luck!
I see what you mean. I'll go and redo some of these.
Are you called "Rooni" after a song by Slim Gaillard?
Not bad. What type of pencil did you use?
Oscar: No, "Rooni" is my nickname my mom would call when I was younger.Eric: I used Colo-erase pencils for this studies.