Thursday, June 29, 2006

Bob Camp's Notes

Here's some notes by Bob Camp. I thought these are from a lecture Bob gave at the School of Visual Arts (thanks Steve) Note the Kurztman reference of page six, I've already posted a Hey Look! comic and it's a good example of line of action in drawings. Anyone know what became of Bob after his time at Games studios? He did direct some good cartoons at Spumco. Check out Bob's cool blog.

8 comments:

R.Dress said...

Hey these are fantastic!!! Lots of Fun drawing these shape too. Thanks for posting this stuff:)

Aggie said...

I love drawing girls.. a lot easier than drawing guys... maybe because I'm a girl. *shrugs* Hehe.

Kevin Langley said...

I find drawing girls to be so difficult. Then again I don't draw them too often.

WIL said...

"Anyone know what became of Bob after his time at Games studios?"

I don't know for sure but I seem to remember hearing that Bob was at Blue Sky Studios. I've always loved his artwork, too.

Kevin Langley said...

Thanks Wil, I was beginning to think no one knew. He draws really funny. I would to see him pop again with a project of his own.

JohnK said...

Those aren't from Spumco by the way. Maybe from Games?

Kevin Langley said...

Those aren't from Spumco by the way. Maybe from Games?


Thanks John, I can only assume whoever orginally posted it assumed it was from his time at Spumco. I'll correct that.

sdestefano said...

Those're from a lecture Bob did at SVA a year or two ago.
And, yeah, Bob did end up at Blue Sky, here on the east coast, for a few years. Apparently, he also did some time in France, directing a few things.
Haven't heard from him in a while, however.