Still scanning vintage “The Know-How of Cartooning” by Ken Hultgren. Wanna see more? Let me know at https://www.facebook.com/CartoonTips
Just posted pages from “The Know-How of Cartooning” (1946) freshly-scanned rarities http://bit.ly/Hultgren Come check it out!
Golly! This is just about the best review my book (“Cartooning: Character Design”) has ever gotten! Thanks “Alex & Kim” whoever you are! http://bit.ly/ShermCartooning
While making the SpongeBob movie, it was the first time we were working semi-digitally. That process produced a lot of odd pieces like this one — Pencil-drawn poses that would be composited together into layouts in Photoshop later).
“Heads!” Cartooning tips from pioneering animation legend Bill Nolan. More at http://facebook.com/CartoonTips
Cartooning Tips! Lots of new scans from some really old cartooning books! See what I’ve been scanning this weekend at http://CartooningClassics.com
It’s 1977. I have a choice between watching Pete’s Dragon or Wizards. I picked Wizards. Thanks Ralph Bakshi
If you want to say “Thanks” to Bakshi, go here now:
“Popeye’s How to Draw Cartoons” 1937 cartooning book - All pages scanned and posted on my “How to Draw Cartoons” page … Come on by! —Sherm
Scanning and cropping a whole buncha vintage pages for the “How to Draw Cartoons” page — many many more at https://www.facebook.com/CartoonTips
“Figures in Action” — More vintage cartooning tips from Popeye himself! http://CartooningClassics.com
Storyboards, Cartoons, Sketches and Doodles. Plus a bunch of other stuff that I like to share :)
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