Awesome! How long does it take on average to go from layout drawing to final paint?
It depends on how big the design challenge is. For big design "keys' that are made to cover the overall design for a big sequence like the neighborhood drawings above, I would take a day or so to research and sketch ideas out. It averages about a day to rough out a tight composition. Once I get something going that I'm somewhat satisfied with, I'l take it to the art director Ian Worrel to get his thoughts and finally Alex Hirsch for final approval. Sometimes they have notes and revisions so theres a half day spent addressing notes. Once the rough is approved it easily takes 2 days or more to draw the final ink. It usually takes that long for big keys that are 2 or 4 fields long with tons of story and design information. Once thats done, it's off to the painters and they can take up to a few days to paint big "keys" or longer. For tighter shots with less information and detail, we can bang something out in a day or less. It all depends. Thanks for asking and pardon the long delay in my replay!
I want to go to there. Amazing, Sean.
very beautiful work on this show !
Hi, love your work!I have a question:Do you use any software during the process of the drawing or just pencil?