Matt Nastuk has a way of setting up the characters so they are all standing at the same height, the same distance from the camera. I think he needs to cut it out, 'cause it looks like fucking shit.
There isn't much in the way characteristic posing. There is no real
Updated 08-14-2012 at 07:47 AM by zartok-35
I draw occasionally, and people say I'm pretty good. Here are some really old drawings of trains. These were very impressive back in their day. My Elementary school principal actually put these up for display.
Here's another one.
Updated 07-10-2011 at 06:34 PM by zartok-35
This is the ancient NoHomers thread "Contact a Simpsons Animator/Director" from way back in 2003. If you haven't read this thread, READ IT NOW. NOW!!
Apparently, before I came here, Sarge Morton and Jenny Kamerman, veteran Simpson animators, were on this
Homer watching "Dinosaurs" in 'Black widower'
Homer commenting on Bart's new bong, 'Homer's barbershop quartet'.
Marcantel draws Homer with a curvy head; he makes it tall and thin, and draws pinched facial features at the lower front of the head, emphasizing the forehead size. He also draws a smaller muzzel.
Updated 06-28-2012 at 03:05 AM by zartok-35
(Mark Colangelo says I did it wrong.)
This is an episode I wasn't too fond of viewing again. I remeber seeing it on premiere night back in 2006, and I didn't like it, infact, I hated it. I hold nothing against Ricky Gervais and his character, who is infact quite likeable, and I remember liking the jokes with Homer staying over at Lenny's house because of his new TV.
But then came the ending. That awful ending!
It's cheap, it's weak,
Updated 08-13-2012 at 04:20 PM by zartok-35
(Yeah, Derek's right, I didn't use pretentious properly.)