Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Bigger Pi


This is a landscape version of the Life of Pi image I posted earlier (see August archive). I think this one gives more of a sense of the expansive ocean that the characters are stranded in.

13 comments:

Andre Moore said...

wow thats sweet. What did you use to color this with? the animals are really cool.

Daniel Chappelle said...

Matt
this is soooo nice, what a thrill it would be to see something like this animated - like Samuri Jack.
dan
madmanmagic@mac.com

Who is the happiest of men? He who values the merits of others, and in their pleasure takes joy, even as though t'were his own.
- Johann von Goethe

Matt J said...

This was all done in Photoshop with the odd hand splattered paint texture thrown in.

Kevan said...

Mr Jones!

I couldn't find your comment on my blog so I couldn't reply. I decided to sneak over to your end. You have a great blog here, lad. Nice job! Seems like all of you Uli lot are blogging quite a bit these days! : )

In answer to your question, yes, I did work on "Madagascar". It was tremendous fun.

Happy drawing.
Kevan

Me said...

so cute.....

Knife and Onions said...

It's now my new desktop wallpaper!

Matt J said...

Thanks for the feedback everyone. Kevan, just wanted to let you know I enjoyed Madagascar immensely. Some great characters in there - the lemurs & penguins are hilarious. Well done fellow Welshman!

JonJones said...

is the zebra being sick? I'd feel sick if I was in a boat with a Tiger.

tiger's are scary.


You didn't go over the lines when you coloured it in. you're doing very well

Matt J said...

Thanks for the encouragement & support bro. My Blog therapy sessions have been helping a lot but my fellow patients don't like me much. I don't care just focus on staying within the lines.

Please send more crayons.

PS. Your Blog profile says your a SNAKE! Go on make like a snake - be an angry cobra!

SteveLambe said...

Thats a beauty,Matt! Really enjoying the work on your blog.

Matt J said...

Hey, cheers Steve. Long admired your work too & followed your comments & posts on the drawing board - good to hear from you.

Smook said...

This one is a beauty Matt! It truly enjoy looking at your work! So much goodness I can't absorb everything! I love the Skatoony piece as well!

All the best....and thanks for the kind comments you've been leaving on mine.

limbolo said...

another tight fit.