Wednesday, November 25, 2009

No motion, radial, gaussian blurs tonight, it's a 'Paper Chase.''All The President's Men'. Woodward spies Bernstein reworking his reportage.
I'm doing these to do something half decent after work in the evening. I can't put this level of detail into every board panel or sections of my current script suffer. So this fad is just a phase while I'm in the early stages of the current board. Start of next week the shit'll hit the fan as usual and the posts will cease for a while. Anyway I love my Cintiq and drawing on it beats watching tv in the evenings!, …And it only took from eight to half past nine tonight, it is really rough!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Following Jaws, Duel remains my second favourite Spielberg flick. Different angle on this chase, from behind the protagonist on Mr Mann. More apres work fun anyway! Probably take a break until the weekend, next chase secne will be from Bullitt. So for the time being, " work your side of the street and I'll work mine."

Monday, November 23, 2009

the climactic end of a great chase! This could be a cool hobby, draw scenes from the movies. These three were a lot of fun. This one I used the radial blur on the forest below, I don't know what president it is so forgive the unlikeness of it, and not sure if this was the angle, I think they shot the sequence looking down and characters cam right.. unsure..., but I remember the other presidents heads in the bg.

one of my favourite movie chases. I'm havin a bit of fun with the blur tools, pure fun!

tribute to that great short movie on youtube. a warm up before work today that started last night.. I changed the ol one's car to a type of Wayne's World car rip off. Laters.....

Saturday, November 21, 2009

survival of the biggest!

Doodle I started when I was on the phone earlier. Wasn't too hard to find reference. Go to Ken Coogan's blog to see some proper caricatures, his Irish writers series is class!

Monday, November 02, 2009

Sketchers yesterday.. excuse the brutal draftsmanship, I was sitting out on the tiny Bewleys balcony looking up and down Grafton Street in the freezing cold. Still at least I could smoke out there, so the lungs were warm!!