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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

How to Draw Alice in Fast Motion


See here. My thanks to my friend Chris Sparks, who filmed this and thoughtfully provided a soundtrack by Beethoven that covers up my usual stream of Popeye-voiced drawing-time profanities.

7 comments:

David Hagen said...

Oooh!
Can I use my 3D glasses on this?

Steve York said...

Awesome video! (When people watch me draw my hand always cramps up and everyone leaves disappointed.)

the cheese guy said...

It cost about $50,000 to $100,000 to turn a 2D into 3D movie. Im sure we could... Should I start a paypal account and see if we can get the donations??????

brou said...

ritual question : what pen do you use in this video (please) ?

richardcthompson said...

David- of course, you should wear your 3D glasses all the time.s

Thanks, Steve! Try one of those botox shots, it worked for me.

Cheese- I can pony up $6, so there's a start!

Brou- that's a Micron 3 Graphic chisel tip markder. I like Micron's for doing rough layouts and this one showed up on camera better than regular pen and ink.

Steve York said...

Thanks, I may try that if I can be assured that it won't make my lips bigger!
Feel free to remove this comment, but on the odd chance that you may enjoy them, here's a link to some of my strips: http://blogs.daily-journal.com/captainzero/

Mike Rhode said...

The horror, the horror....