Saturday, September 15, 2007

Some Old Stuff...


I've been a bit busy lately since I've just started up again with teaching at the college. So nothing too interesting to post today. I was going through some files on my old computer, transfering stuff over, and came across this series of character drawings. This was done originally for the newsletter that used to be published by the Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS), and had accompanied an article I'd written on the subject of posing and body language. I thought my Sheridan students might get something out of these, as we've been talking about character posing. That's all I've got for today!

4 comments:

ALVARO CERVANTES said...

Peter,
You know what would be awesome to see is a couple of those really nice turns you used to do for the Disney Store globes.
Show the kids what a real turn is....
Alvaro

Carlo Lo Raso said...

I second that request!!!!

Carlo.

Pete Emslie said...

Hmm, maybe I will put up some of those. I must admit, I've been a bit reluctant to post examples of the Disney work I've done, as I'd intended this blog as an outlet for my own personal artwork. However, there's certainly things that can be learned from those rotation drawings done for Disney sculpts.

Cedric said...

I've admired your work for a while now, but I just discoverd your blog. Neat stuff. I've added a link back to it on my blog. Keep the sketchy goodness coming!