More Lost World nostalgia
This past weekend, an ex-colleague and friend gave me the model sheets from the old show we worked on.
I did not design any of the characters, but I did help with some of the expressions and pose-attitude sheets. My first reaction, seeing those 10+ years old drawings, was to shudder. So many mistakes! Bad constructions and wonky volumes. I feel bad we sent those for references. I just had to go and correct some of them.
(On this page: Colver, the comedy relief and side kick to the part time bad guy. I liked him. He could be dumb at time, but was also skilled so not a complete dead weight)
There’s a good side to this story: it means that within those 10 years, I managed to improve a little. How sad it would be if I had stayed at the same level!!
I post these, hoping that after 10 more years, I get the urge to correct them again and that I can improve them more.
(No, you’re not seeing the old model sheet. Too embarassed, ha ha!)

More Lost World nostalgia

This past weekend, an ex-colleague and friend gave me the model sheets from the old show we worked on.

I did not design any of the characters, but I did help with some of the expressions and pose-attitude sheets. My first reaction, seeing those 10+ years old drawings, was to shudder. So many mistakes! Bad constructions and wonky volumes. I feel bad we sent those for references. I just had to go and correct some of them.

(On this page: Colver, the comedy relief and side kick to the part time bad guy. I liked him. He could be dumb at time, but was also skilled so not a complete dead weight)

There’s a good side to this story: it means that within those 10 years, I managed to improve a little. How sad it would be if I had stayed at the same level!!

I post these, hoping that after 10 more years, I get the urge to correct them again and that I can improve them more.

(No, you’re not seeing the old model sheet. Too embarassed, ha ha!)