I love the last one! :D The colors are so vibrant, bet it'll be a great show! And I have the textured brown paper used for those!
You know where I got it then!!!!!! Yeee heee heeeeeeee!
You have superhuman drawing abilities.
I love the first one the best. The pistachio ice cream's expression is pretty cute, while the girl looks like she's having a cartoony craving for it. Great coloring on all of them.And off topic: I watched my first Buster Keaton film ever today, The General. Now I can see why you're so enthusiastic about his movies. The timing on that film was done to perfection, and it really shows off Keaton's comedic genius, while combining that with some great acting and improvisation. What other Buster Keaton films do you recommend? I really wanna go deeper into his work.
Peter: Ah jeese- thanks!Roberto: I'd say go for his shorts and work your way up!!!Pedro: Thanks Pedro!!!
Those are pretty damn good.
wow, those are really nice!
Kali, I started taking your advice today about the Keaton films, and already I'm loving his silent shorts from the 1920s. The gags in them are really funny and well timed (even far better and funnier than The General in my opinion) and I found myself laughing just as much as if I was watching one of Three Stooges shorts. I've been watching them in order starting from "One Week," and then when I'm done watching all of those, I'll try to watch some of his films from the 1910s too.I might stay away from those sound productions though. I've heard really bad things about those.
Buster and his gag team called the gags in the shorts "cartoon gags" which they definitely are! His work suffered in later years when MGM took away his staff.
Your art is adorable. I'm quite fond of the second picture.
These girls are "delicious."
You're awesome. I wish I could manage colour like you do. I Admire you.
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