Monday, February 5, 2007

More Mel Crawford Puzzles!



They are so pretty! I'm trying to memorize how he makes these; what colors are where, certain shadow decisions etc. I promise to start posting some paint studies once I figure out how to paint correctly!

John posted the other cool puzzle on his blog here!!!

8 comments:

Brian Romero said...

Cool, thanks for scanning these!

Kali Fontecchio said...

Your welcomed- got to share the wealth, haha!

Eddie Fitzgerald said...

Wow! Nice puzzle and I can't wait to see the painting of it!

Craig D said...

Wow - what a kowinkydink! I came across a Mel Crawford Golden Book for "SUPERCAR" this past weekend - I even posted a scan of the cover HERE!

FWIW.

Chloe Cumming said...

Gosh those are nice. Thank you for sharing. That's what blogs are for! A self-perpetuating network of goodies and reciprocal good energy! Let us instigate our own utopia!

I like the dog especially.

mindwrecker said...

Jeepers! I love this kind of drybrush theory. It also helps that Little Lulu comics are so great on their own. It's nice when people let me do portrait commissions in kooky styles like this.
You might enjoy my Ruby and Sam travel scrapbooks 1935-1956, poster here in blogghetto:
http://rubyandsam.blogspot.com/
I suppose I must scan my big pile o' Hanna-Barbera kids lps soon to share.

Jim Smith said...

Wow-great! I've never seen those. Gimme mo.

Robin said...

I'm looking at a 1932 Popeye Puzzle and wondering if anyone knows anything about the value?