Wednesday, January 19, 2011

DAILY BLACKAT 5




15 comments:

  1. I know the answer! Pick me!! pick me!!
    Okay, now that I have been picked I will tell you: It's his Batgrapple, and it shoots the 'bat' on a rope up to a building overhang, like a gargoyle spout, and the rope wraps around it a few times so it can be swung on. Nobody knows how it gets untangled though. Ha ha.
    I used to work on the Batman Animated Cartoons at Warner Brothers from 1991 to 1993. I'm mentioned a lot in the art of Batman Animated book. This is why I know such useless information.

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  2. thanks Ted! you are a real specialist for the batgrapple!! the "bat" always seems just hanging in the sky~ haha
    i really want to see around the workplace of Cartoon Network, i love its cartoons very much!!!(especially Samurai Jack ^ ^)

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  3. I love your Blackat drawings!

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  4. Ha ha.. I also worked on Samurai Jack, but just the third season. That's a good looking series. Worked a little on Power Puff girls too.
    I'm not at CN anymore, I'm at WB animation now. You'd be surprised at how boring a cartoon studio is to look at inside. But the cartoonists are fun. -Ted

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  5. hihi Missy, i will try to draw more interesting things~

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  6. hi Ted, i thought CN=WB, it turns out i am wrong :(
    i guess all cartoonists are fun!! and, what project are you in?

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  7. Well, CN and WB animation are owned by the same people, but operate independently of each other.

    Currently I'm art directing on Scooby-Doo direct to DVDs, at WB.

    Where do you work?

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  8. oh i see...
    well, about me... i do nothing right now, just focusing on practising comics drawing skill because i am taking an one and a half year comics course at a night school of an university since last september. it will be the best if i can live on drawing!!

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  9. Well, learning to draw well is like learning to play a musical instrument well. -practice practice practice!

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  10. Aahh, the mystery of the Batgrapple is solved. I checked out the link to Lisk. Wow! What an inspiration. Lucky you to have such an inspirational book!

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  11. Ted: absolutely right! let me keep drawing!!!

    Bella: haha, i have to thank Ted once more about the batgrapple ^ ^. it is great you like Lisk's works

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  12. interesting:D
    lookin forward to seeing more~~

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  13. thank you Olla! i have sketched a few more posts but need to buy a scanner first to complete digital inking & coloring -_-

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  14. Tango, you work is amazing. I am really humbled by your compliment on my blog.

    I feel your pain on the scanner front. Received a new one for Christmas that didn't work. I just got the replacement. Amazing how crippling it can be without the right equipment.

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  15. hihi Jen, i am a bit difference from you, i have never had my own scanner yet, suffering from choosing a right one >_<

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