August 18th, 2017

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Animation: Vincent Waller’s Doodles

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy
Concept drawing from "Rubber Nipple Salesmen"

Here are a few drawings by my friend Vincent Waller… Vincent directed the classic Ren & Stimpy cartoon, "Rubber Nipple Salesmen" , and was a Directing Animator on R&S: Adult Party Cartoon. When I worked with him, he was careful to not throw out his side doodles. He would toss them in a box under his desk marked “For Steve”. What a pal! Vincent is the Creative Director of Sponge Bob Square Pants now. See what he’s up to lately by visiting his wonderful blog, Incoherent Thought.

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Gag drawing from "Adult Party Cartoon"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Gag drawing from "Adult Party Cartoon"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Title card concept from "Onward And Upward"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Concept drawing from "Stimpy’s Pregnant"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Phone doodles

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Phone doodle

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Character design of Ralph Bakshi as the Fire Chief in "Firedogs II"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Concept drawing for Bakshi’s "On The Road"

Vincent Waller Ren and Stimpy

Concept drawing for Bakshi’s Sci Fi Project

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This posting is part of the online Encyclopedia of Cartooning under the subject heading, Animation.

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Posted by admin @ 12:22 pm

August 16th, 2017

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Inbetweens: George Melies

George Melies


“The Astronomer’s Dream” 1896 at YouTube


MELIES AND HIS STUDIO

George Melies

George Melies

George Melies

PUBLICITY IMAGES

George Melies

George Melies

George Melies


“A Trip To The Moon” 1902 at YouTube


IMAGES FROM FILMS

George Melies

George Melies

George Melies

George Melies

George Melies


“The Merry Frolics of Satan” 1906 at YouTube


LINKS

Wikipedia:Georges Melies

Who’s Who of Victorian Cinema: Marie-Georges-Jean Melies

Senses of Cinema: Georges Melies



George Melies DVDGeorge Melies DVD

Georges Melies: First Wizard of Cinema 1896-1913 is a five DVD set collecting together all of the major films by George Melies. Meticulously restored by David Shepperd of Blackhawk Films and Serge Bromberg of Lobster Films, this set is the definitive collection of this pioneer of cinema. You can order it at Amazon.

George Melies DVDGeorge Melies DVD

Soon after the previous DVD set was released 18 more films by Melies were discovered and restored. Melies Encore completes the collection to encompass every surviving film by George Melies- over 15 hours! Every cinema fan’s video library should have these DVDs.

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Posted by Stephen Worth @ 12:10 pm

August 15th, 2017

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Inbetweens: Coloring Book Covers

Here is a gallery of comic book covers… The good, the bad and the ugly. Enjoy!

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

Cartoon Coloring Book

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