Here’s an illustration/digital painting of mine today of “Norman” from Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel and this was actually also adapted into a movie a very long time ago, entitled, “Ghost World”. I’m a big fan of Sir Daniel Clowes’ work, especially, Ghost World so I made a fan art and here it is. Most people who are also a fan of Ghost World would most probably make a fan art by illustrating Enid and Rebecca (the main characters on this graphic novel/movie I mentioned). I avoided that so I drew “Norman” instead. He’s an old guy who always sits on a bench on a bus stop but the bus line on that area got re-routed a lot of years ago, shown on and off on the graphic novel/movie I’m talking about. One day, a bus came and Norman finally went on to his destination. Nobody knows where and even Enid (the protagonist, one of the main characters of the said comics/movie) rode that bus at the end of the graphic novel/movie.
I already said this before but I still have this thing that I worry about, it really bugs me a lot- when will my neighbor really take a bath.
September is about to end and the holiday season is around the corner. I want to greet everyone who reads/follows my work, happy holidays to all of you guys! 😀
I just wanted to post this here as well. It’s my digital painting of my nephew. He’s going to be baptized this coming Saturday and tomorrow, I’m going to print this on a glossy photo paper and probably frame it also and give it to my cousin and her husband; for Kyle, my nephew. 😀 I used a photo reference for this one. 😀
This is an animatic (but I already consider it as sort of like a short animation), named, Tabon Kid. I made this last 2009, it’s almost a decade old. At first I was really enthusiastic making this but after a few weeks of working on it, I got so lazy so I just made it look like an animatic/storyboard and I still just really wanted to finish this even if it would look really crappy. I also lost the high-resolution video of this that’s why it looks blurry. If I’d post a high-res version of this I’d have to composite every image frame that I drew for this again. I know it sucks really bad. It’s like it was made by a very young kid doodling on a wall with a crayon. I was also a lot younger back then, if I’m not mistaken, I was about 25 or 26 years old when I made this personal project of mine of a 2D traditional short animation. I thought after all these years, I’d just finally post it online. I also converted this into comics form. Again, pardon me if the timing, in-betweens, follow-throughs on this animation is a bit off and if most of the motions looks poorly animated or any other aspect of animation you’d have to follow to create animation, I know this sucks! 😀