Thursday, July 15, 2010

DIBUJITOS



6 comments:

A. Riabovitchev said...

I like the flying object!Looks very cinematic.:o)

Ernesto Melo said...

AH, Andrei, Thanks! Yes, I could add that the appeal is not on the flying object, but on the mountains mood, no?

A. Riabovitchev said...

I mean name of the picture of course!All together looks Awesome:o)

olivia said...

You must have been so honored to participate in that celebration honoring Ronald Searl, the great English artist and brilliant cartoonist. It’s hard to believe that the gentleman is ten years short of a decade of creating humor and laughter. There is no doubt that WW2 and the bombing of London left an indelible mark on his artistic horizons . I must say, that like Searl, you have a unique cartooning style full of amazing caricatures, morphing body style and phenomenal angles and depth. The action scenes are without peer. You have that ability to take the cartoon viewer on tremendous flights of fantasy where the imagination is the co- pilot. I love the debut of the little ostrich. As a matter of fact that’s the cartoon I intended to write about. Very nice configuration and angle, because it adds to the over-all humor of the ostrich character. I also liked that sleek winged spacecraft with mountains painted behind it to enhance the visual impact of the gorgeous piece. Is it one of our’s or is it on of their’s? Whatever, just keep cartooning and keep all us fans happy.

Ernesto Melo said...

Dear Olivia,
I'm smashed with such words! It was delightful to read
your comment, so suggestive and full of possibilities.
I want to reply in detail especially some points you commented, but now I swamped with a job, so I'll do it asap.
Thanks so much, Olivia
and keep in touch!
Ernesto


P.S: Why do you have an unavailable profile?

olivia said...

Ernesto, this is Olivia and I want to thank you for your kind reply.
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