Oh dear - this is as funny as Matts.Very well done.The love heart is an extremely amusing touch.
A beaut! Love the red bear. Love the graphic crispy feel. Plus, in a way, the bear is adorable.Haven't seen this movie, so now we must.
Hey Elliot, I drew this heart because I found so funny in the documentary when he says "it's OK, I love you!" to the bears when they start to be agressive toward him.Thanks Doodlers!
That's Hilarious!I hope it doesn't sound too weird but...I think Tim T.would've laughed too.
I love the way you colored the bear with the red scribbles. That's the difference between real creativity and.. ehr.. me.Dammit you have to come up with that!
Thanks anonymous. Nope, doesn't sound weird, I'm pretty sure he was probably saying "it's OK, I love you!" while the bear was digesting him.Thanks Boris!
Great design Stef,I love the bear!!!
I allways enjoy how you use textures, the bear is awesome!!!
j'adore le grizzly dans sa version final, le contraste du rouge et du bleu crée une connotation très affiche de pub qui me rappelle certains affiches 90's du Nancy Jazz Pulsation (ou je sais mes ref sont locales mais j'ai la Lorraine à coeur et j'adooore le NJP :)). Les encres (je suppose que ce sont des encres lavées) sont très chouettes aussi,quant aux planches de Birmingham, je les trouve ravissantes, bon parlons bien, parlons peu a quand ta premiere BD publiée?? Bises de ton admiratrice anonyme du 126 A Felsham Rd Putney!
Lovely image Stef, nice riff on Crookie's Holmes. The technique you've used is really cool & the layout/pose works beautifully. Now I must post my version -
Thanks Virginia and Monica.Merci ma chere amie anonyme... moi aussi ca me rappelle les affiches de pubs, mais pas des annes 90 et pas du NJP de Nancy. Plutot les annees 60...en Auvergne.Pas de projets de BD pour l'instant, mais sait on jamais, je serais plus interesse par un carnet de croquis avec un chouette editeur.Bises!Nice riff?! post yours, allez hop, now.
Well done! If I had seen your poster, I'd have gone to see the film for sure; now I'm gong to have too!Very fun illustration.
Thank you Mike! that's a nice compliment, very flattered.
Very funny. the film had a much more serious point of view than your poster but, i believe you've got it right. maybe what he did was important work -i don't know- but, he sure was irritating. it's ok, i loved him in spite of his capacity to annoy.
WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Astounding illustration, I can't bear it.Tee hee
V wicked!! Make me laugh!! Great clever design!! U make me want to pick up that documentary!
That's a great poster! I have to agree, it makes me want to see the documentary. I love how you played with the white lines against the graphic bear colors. Nice!
Thanks guys! I'm really flattered that my version of the poster makes you want to see the documentary.
Haha! That's great! I LOVE the texture on the bear, how did you do it??
Great rough and an even better final! Wonderful work sir!
I need to see that film. I only saw the trailer. I have a totally different idea about it now. Having seen your drawing.
I like the scribble shadows and colors. very nice.
Awesome! I laughed out loud at this piece. I have seen Grizzley Man and actually met Timothy at Disney during his presentation during production on Brother Bear.Crazy!
Thanks Clio, Eliane, and Urbanbarbarian!Dan! How is life over at Cartoon Network?Thanks Rob. How was the guy?
HA! Amazing; He's happy at last.
GREAT POSTER STEF!!!!I love the colors, I could put it in my living room If I find A big res. of it...
A sweet and funny image that helps sooth the sadness of the documentory. Thanks for that.
stef-stop me in my tracks superb...graphics!-red and blue..those colours..a woweeeee
Oh Jeez! I love this, it's so wicked!
that is great. i sat through the whole documentary much to the chagrin of my hubby. (we were in a hotel room with no where to run). Your poster is a great summary of the whole movie. interesting shading. very funny. thanks.
Great Blog. I love this design!
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