Monday, June 06, 2011

More Gervias...

The bulk of the Ricky Gervais shows have aired now, so it should be safe to post some more work. Most of these are from random episodes. Season two had some awesome board artists, so all these scenes are based off their panels (you can still see some of their drawings ghosted in the bg). With the hard work done, I get the pure candy of just designing the characters in the scene. One of my favorites scenes was in the bar fight episode. Violence is always exciting to draw and as a fustrated artist.....very satisfying.


Peaceful pint drinking...


Someone throws a glass...chaos ensues.


Slow mo face smash....ooouchhh!

As a nod to season one director, Craig Kellman....I threw him in the back getting donkey punched by a sweet little lady.

And if you're going to punch Craig, then you always have to choke Andy Bialk.


Random stuff...













The end! (Thanks Bryan for giving me the juciest scenes)





10 comments:

Chris Real said...

Great designs, looks like your having a lot of fun with these

URBSTERS said...

Amazing characters! Perfect for the story.

Peter Bangs said...

There's a Ricky Gervais show? Is he in the states annoying you good folk now? You seem to have a better appreciation for the man then we do, same with Russell Brand. Great drawings by the way, particularly like the bears and Jimmy Saville.

Jim Mortensen said...

Hah, these are awesome Steve.

Hobo Divine said...

Love that Dodo bird Sir!!!

Bryst said...

very cool designs

Dave Pryor said...

This show makes me laugh harder than anything else on TV. Such good stuff.

Mick said...

I only just saw this episode the other day and knew straight off that it was a great opportunity to populate the place with pals. Grand stuff

taz alter said...

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Nick Bear said...

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