When I was in high school I worked at an art supply store and an old man came in one day and paid for his merchandise with 10 silver certificates. I immediately pointed out to him the blue instead of the green on the bills and that they looked old. He told me he had just found an old wallet of his in the attic and it had this money it. I told him he should hold onto it and give it to someone he cares about but he insisted it was just money and he had no desire to keep it or give it away. I asked him if I could give him money out of my pocket for them and he agreed. He paid for his merchandise with the money I gave him and he happily went along his way. I still have those silver certificates in an ...old wallet of mine....somewhere.....?
While recently researching money I came across these beautiful American silver certificates. These are amazing miniature pieces of artwork in your pocket! - I want to know more about the artists that designed these.
Was really excited about the Drawing Club this week because the theme was Mad Max.
How can you not love a movie that was filmed like THIS.......
Anyways, Here's my sketches from the night. I got so caught up in watching the movie during the session that I had to draw some compositions of those amazing deep perspective shots! Too good. Thank you George Miller!
THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME / JOEL McCREA / SCHOEDSACK ET / 1932
ISLAND OF LOST SOULS / BELA LUGOSI / EARLE C / 1932 / PERON MOVIE POSTER
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Apologies if you've recently e-mailed me and I haven't gotten back to you. I'm buried in work right now. Hopefully, the fruits of my labor will pay off soon.
This weekend I'll be at the Disney Animation Studios booth at CTN on Saturday, November 17, from 3:30m to 5:00 looking at portfolios and exchanging Thanksgiving recipes. Please feel free to stop by and say hi!
Here's a sketch I did at the Los Angeles Zoo on the map -
and here's some sketches from the Drawing Club recently - the theme was World of Warcraft. I have no clue what the model was wearing (it was like some crazy fishscale pajamas) but Bob Kato was playing the film Dragonheart in the background so... I let that be my inspiration.
Wreck-it-Ralph opens today! A lot of extremely talented artists worked on this movie and it shows. Very funny with great emotional moments. Congratulations to Rich Moore, Clark Spencer, Jen Lee, Phil Johnston and the entire story crew headed up by Jim Reardon!
Here is the only drawing I ever did and it wasn't meant for the movie. This was from script feedback I gave in 2010. I was jotting notes and drawing what I thought the characters looked like in my head.
Also, the incredible short, Paperman, by John Kahrs is in front of Wralph!