Thursday, July 16, 2009

J-Q fever




I recently watched a documentary about the series, and got into the whole vibe of the 1960s futuristic adventure. I quickly did these right after, I wonder if I should keep going with the full team?

9 comments:

Chogrin said...

What documentary is this? I need to see it too! Great piece by the way! It really captures the vibe from the original series! Can't go wrong with that hair!

Juanma said...

This is the link to the first part of the documentary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk3zJjD2QB4

but try to download it fully, if watching it by parts is too much
(its actually pretty long)

Its great tho, it talks about Doug Wildey the real artist behind it.
Glad you like the version, im gonna draw Race Bannon next!

eamon said...

Yes! Please continue! I love Johnny Quest, can't wait to see Hadji

GOGOPEDRO said...

TWO THUMBS UP...
I'm gonna watch this documentary now..

P

craigp said...

that's great!

I might watch the feet, he feels a bit unstable. He couldn't put all that weight on just the balls of his feet, escpecially since his head is so far in front of his body.

Juanma said...

Well, thanks for the structural advice there
Mr. Craig the Mouse teacher

Chogrin said...

Sweet! Race and the Doc!

Brad Haubrich said...

these are amazing ...

pw! said...

awesome! i really wish cartoons looked EXACTLY like what you did here. excellent. i love past-future too

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