Tuesday, July 01, 2008

The love between a turn-table and an Ipod



Their strongest story yet, I think, and I can say with great confidence their most endearing character; Wall-e was sweet and thoroughly entertaing. The pantomime didn't seem to keep the kids and parents from laughing and reacting to all the best scenes either, so hopefully the refreshingly un-demographically sound choices of Wall-e won't hurt it.

Watch now, bloody now.





Oy, getting back into the flow of official work really effects your personal projects. Hears some unfinished work for the character designs based on this really funny old BBC sitcom "Father Ted". It's about three incompetent priests and their housekeeper in this backwater island in Ireland, condemned their for different reasons. Their magnanimous though ultimately human leader, Father Ted Crilley, due to an incident with charity money and Los Vegas. Their senior priest Jack Hackett, because years of serving the church has turned him permanently and violently to the bottle. And the youngest Dougal Mguire, on the simple grounds that he's an "Eegit".

It's a great way to study character dynamics, hope to finish the peice below, but felt I needed to get something up after missing last week.




















And if you haven't seen Wall-e yet, do it now, bloody now!

4 comments:

tomm said...

drink feck arse girls

macaronni said...

Wanna see Waaallllll-E

Too bad it's not out here in Korea :(

BooOOooOOOoOooo~

elephantmarchblog said...

Ah yes Tomm, I guess I would be generalizing if I assumed you new the show well....

I wasn't sure if it was made in Ireland or not, but if so there's certainly a lot we could learn from your country about character dynamics....

Manoj Sinha said...

Your uncles friends sketch is cool, do sketching and sketching. This is the only way of our survival. Anyway how was the dinner????