Saturday, June 10, 2006

Paint 'yer wagon!


Yeeehaw! I know, I know... I'm cuttin' it close again with another mostly colorless entry, but I just had to post. How could I pass up the wild west? This stranger just mosied into town and is causin' a ruckus, but just you wait 'til the sherriff gets his hands on 'im. He's gonna paint his wagon, gonna paint it fine; gonna use oil-base paint, because the wood is pine. Anyone? Anyone? It must be late. What am I still doing up? G'night everyone.

14 comments:

Ken Chandler said...

Gorgeous Seth! Love the energy and movement! The characters are no less impressive.

Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

holy cow...i mean, ya that looks excelent. Super Design-E !!!

Kactiguy said...

Solid sketch. Nice movement too. It kinda bothers me that Ken thinks you're gorgeous though.

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

This is beautiful stuff! I love it!

S.T. Lewis said...

Oh... my... goodness! Seth is an artist. I am a Seth-wannabe. This is one of the most amazing sketches I've ever seen in anything ever. There is so much life and movement, and the gesture is so solid... the form of the horse goes right into the line of action of the guy and... MAN! I am nothing. You really need to put together and publish a drawing book, Seth. This is as gorgeous as Ken thinks you are. Wonderful!

S.T. Lewis said...

And also... ponderosa pine? For anyone who hasn't seen it - you should check out this sketch in color on Seth's personal blog. Excellent!

Joe Fowler said...

The Simpsons! No one else knew that?

Adrian Ropp said...

What? Toonclub's not good enough for a color version. You can take your Simpsons songs and get out of here, you varmint!

Also, great work! I love the motion, and that is one cool horse!

Swanimator said...

Great action pose, Seth. Glad you made it in on time.

Seth Hippen said...

YES! The SImpsons! I'm so glad you got that. Somehow I feel less dorky now. I suppose I could post the color version here, but I just wasn't diggin' it by the time I was done with the color. Thanks for the nice comments!

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Audrey Gayle said...

Motion! Character! Design! It's as good as BLT, but a MCD! Greatness!

Blake K. Johnson said...

Tooooo sweet! Your work is inspiring!
Blake

Peter said...

yeah, very bold gestures on the man and on the horse. Sweet!