Sunday, December 05, 2010

Kevin Nelson

I'm so glad Kevin Nelson has a blog out now!! I've been a fan of his work since I saw his stuff on Emperor's New Groove. Below are some samples he did for Disney's Tangled. Great movie, great work!!
(All artwork on this post copyright Disney and or Kevin Nelson)



34 comments:

Mark Montague said...

Wow!! This stuff is awesome!!!!

Eva Vázquez said...

Fetén

Roberta W. Tam said...

Inspiring! :)

sewa mobil said...

Nice drawing, thanks.

derm said...

coool,,,,looks like an old 1920's sunbeam motor yeah?

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Philippe Gaulier said...

Very powerful pictures!

Daniel Teran said...

thanks man!, this backgrounds are amazing, almost looks like they are alive. Cheers mr!

Erik D. Martin said...

man these are so great! thanks for posting this john! happy holidays!

abhishek singh said...

WOW! incredible work , thanks for the heads up:)

vitalik shu said...

amazing blog! love you art !!!! ))))

sewa elf said...

Very nice, thanks.

jose elgueta said...

nice work!!
pure inspiration

Griselda Sastrawinata said...

inspiring work

Nubian Greene said...

man love that last image!

Ethan Hegge said...

GREAT POST, Thanks for the inspiration!!

robi pena said...

John :-) how are you?!! Amazing your new works!! Yessss!!

Frank Forte said...

great colors and composition!

kelly said...

wow, gorgeous!

Freckles said...

thanks for the heads up! Great blog!

my line said...

graet work............graet......blog

Mark said...

amazing stuff

rhemrev said...

Thanx for sharing his work John! But when are we gonna see some more of your stuff? :)

Frank Forte said...

John,

Remember the book we talked about doing? Cartoon Concept Design? John Dorman was going to be one of the artists featured.

John Dorman recently passed away. Many in the industry knew him. Everyone had a story. Not much of his work exists online, but he did give me a few pieces that we were going to use in a book called Cartoon Concept Design. It was going to feature John Dorman as well as a number of very talented artists from the industry. Here are some of John's temp pages:

http://frankforte.blogspot.com/

John Dorman (1952-2011)

John Dorman had worked in animation since 1974, primarily as a board artist, designer and art director. At Ruby-Spears, he supervised the development department where he brought on greats like Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, and Doug Wildey. His list of credits range from Ralph Bakshi’s Hey Good Lookin’ to Spumco’s The Ripping Friends to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas.

Sjan Weijers said...

Great blog! Lovely art..

Anthony Francisco said...

wow these are awesome

Devy said...

Still loving your blog after all these years :)

Prasanna said...

fantastic work!!!!!!!!! :)

Sherman Unkefer said...

Great ! each and every artwork is superb! Thanks for the inspiration.
Sherman Unkefer

Mark Montague said...

Beautiful work.

hansranum said...

Hey John:) Hope all is well. Thanks for sharing these. Love the action in the last image.

Gabby Zapata said...

Thanks for posting! This is super inspiring :)!!

sewa lighting said...

It's so amazing...

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