Thursday, December 01, 2005

PUFF Pic


I did this for the POWERPUFF GIRLS MOVIE. It was going to be finished as a "realistic" photo of the girls and probably would have filled the entire screen when a character held it up to the camera. It wound up getting cut because of a goof-up with a tie-in contest on Cartoon Network's website. Dang.

7 comments:

Eric said...

That's too bad. Looks damn good though! I have a thing for the blue sketches of that clarity. I really dig your stuff!

Edward said...

Nice job man!

SteveLambe said...

Wow..wish I had the ultra steady hands to get that kind of linework. Flawless!

Really like how you handled the smoke as well.

Chris said...

I tried so hard to win the contest, came up with my own picture for the contest. But the girl who won was cheap and used the example the commercial advertised. IT WASN'T THAT GOOD! All I wanted to do was meet and see Genndy and Craig. They have redefined cartoons in our age! But the picture, is beautiful. I wish it coul dhave gone in the movie instead, it woul dhave looked cool if it was animated.

Jay D Smith said...

nice!

Chris Battle said...

Here's what happened: The contest was for viewers to do a drawing that was supposed to look as if it was drawn by Bubbles, who is in kindergarden. Trouble was, the contest rules didn't state this, so people just sent in drawing of the PPGs. Since the whole emotional imapct of the scene was based on this cute drawing done by Bubbles, the winning entry (Chosen by visitors to the website, not the film crew) was inappropriate, since it didn't look like a 5 yr. old drew it. But, since Cartoon Network was legally obligated to put the winning entry in the movie, it had to be shifted to the scene where my drawing was to appear. So instead of a photograph of the girls in action, it became an "artist's impression". *whew* Thanks for all the compliments, though!

Miah Alcorn said...

This is just great! fantastic lines, nice compostion, and wow that smoke is just.... Well I would expect nothing less than greatness. Thank for the inspiration.