Monday, June 15, 2009


  1. Great job! Background, character design, and logo are looking really nice.

  2. nice. it has an interesting effect to it, like cels overlapping.

  3. Hey man, thanks for checking out my blog and for the compliments. I'm liking your stuff!...nice colour schemes and simple lines...very nice :) keep it up!...

    I mainly use PS...occassionally painter although would like to use more, and I use sketchbook pro for drafting stuff out :)

  4. This is REALLY well done. The background is superb! My critiques would be:

    1) to not copy and paste trees! lol. I mean, you spent ALL this time painting and colouring this beautiful background, its a shame to just- copy and paste a simple tree or two. I do it too sometimes, but its the little things that make a difference. I can tell cuz they all have the same little edge on the bottom. I would copy and paste, but tweek them up a bit. We sometimes dont realise how much time were spending on something-- and kinda get lazy to manually do the little things that DONT take so much time.

    My other comment would be on the "clean isolation" of the character in the foreground. He has a bit of cleaning around the edges to go. I would work very high rez, and them zoom in and get all the little bits and pieces. Those make ALL the difference.

    Other than that, I love it! Your work is really very cartoony and animation-like. I think you'll have no problem gettin in man.

    Thanks for the very nice words on my work- I'm happy you enjoy it! :)

    Keep in touch- I like your blog!

  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    I've been through the whole art school process too, so I can see why you would want to try a little bit of everything...but your character design is definitely your strength. I see most of your images on here are designs already, so I assume you're already partly-deciding on getting into design? I hope so. A bunch of these are well-suited for television cartoons, as is the background in this one.

    I didn't look too far into your blog yet, but this one stands out as my favourite so far.
    In general, my advice to you is: whatever your focus, practise it a LOT...but I'm sure most artists will tell you that.

    Good luck with whatever you decide, and keep an open mind. In this industry, sometimes you have to lower your standards a little in dire times. So I've heard anyway...