Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Making up for lost time...



Here's another model for an episode of FOP- Meet Bob the clown...

11 comments:

art fan ako said...

He has that "couldn't care" look. Funny!

class of 92 said...

Meanwhile, back in the hometown, Ernie, the local paper is doing its level best this morning to turn you into an icon of fame.

Congratulations on your success out there ... in a place where they don't even have Eastern Standard Time, fer gawdsake!

I was hoping I'd be able to someday say, "Hey, I knew that guy. I was in a show with him. He had a major (barbara) role and I played an old guy who just wandered around the stage darkly muttering to himself and sobbing in his soup."

Thanks for making my dreams come true.

jay said...

ha very cool! i like the little details like the big button :)

Running Up Hills said...

YOU HAVE BEEN LINKED!! im so glad i found your blog man. Your work has inspired me for so long. Your design style is so beautiful.

I will for sure be back here to check for updates.

awesome stuff!

pocky ninja said...

Hi! If you remember, I'm Julia, we talked on the phone awhile back... when I went to your blog I remembered that I had an account here too, and I haven't used it in months. So I started up my blog again! It really isn't much right now though.

Dustin Foust said...

Your stuff is AWESOME!

Ken Chandler said...

Bob has that 'rough around the edges' appearance. Potentially hilarious, I'll hold out hope for that possibility. Love your style!

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Leftyjoe said...

wow i love your blog!!! hey, any advice for someone that is applying to cartoon network?

pakoto said...

haha great style! i love your sketches!!

Ernie Gilbert said...

Thanks everyone for the positive comments. I surely do appreciate them!

LeftyJoe- I tried to look at your blog, but access was blocked. If you know anyone in the industry who can take a look at your book before you take it to CN, that's always helpful. I highly recommend it!