Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Wow, it took awhile but Tinkerbell is finally out on video. I first worked on Tinkerbell about 3 years ago. It was to say the least quite an adventure. There were story issues, the change from 2D to 3D, an ever changing schedule with harrowing deadlines, and many more things which made the completion of the project a challenging one, but through it all, it was amazing and one of the best experiences I've ever had. I had the chance to work with some of the most amazing designers and storyboard artists. If you have a chance to see Tink, go check it out. Here are some very quick sketches I produced for one of the sequences. Fast and furious, but fun!


Alexander said...

Good work........I like this sketches.....

Per H said...

Fast and genious! think these are amazing!

Hans said...

Looks awesome as always John! Love your linework and designs.
Hope all is well and have a great Halloween:)

- Hans

Unknown said...

These look great!

Stupid question, but what materials are you using for these sketches? I've always been a sucker for these kinds of rough, loose drawings.

John Nevarez said...

Hi everyone,

Thank you so much for your generous comments! Max, I used an Ebony Smooth Pencil and use the 11 x 17 laser printer paper. It has a nice sleek quality which makes for good tones.

Tatevik Avakyan said...

I'm a huge fan of your work! These drawings are amazing...they have so much energy and appeal! I am looking forward to seeing the movie -and once again great sketches:)

Neverrated said...

this is great, thanks for sharing!

RAWLS said...

Beautiful work my friend! Lots of life and great details. Nice job!!

Gary Locke said...

John, I love the flowing compositions in these sketches. You are just yanking my eyes to where you want me to look. Effortless, or so it looks. thanx for posting these. Got more??

gary locke

Jay Fabares said...

these are great! thanks for sharing!

C.Deboda said...

Classic Nevarez post. Keep these guys coming.

Javi García said...

Fantastic!, please more!!!

Mark McDonnell said...

Beautiful work man. I can't believe how much work you actually outputted on this project . . . the machine know as John Nevarez. Great ideas and compositions, not to mention such a beautiful touch of tone.

Your work is breathtaking my friend,


Mark McDonnell said...

But seriously . . . you gotta show the goods on your designs. I know you're holdin' back. Give. Give. Give.


BJ Crawford said...

These layouts are just amazing.

Thanks for posting!


C.B. Canga said...

nice work as always. sooo goooood.

Tapan Gandhi said...

inspiring as always

Kyle Poling said...

I've been checking this blog out for over a year and haven't commented before, but these sketches are so great I had to say something. A couple people have commented on how effortless they look, and they do, I really love the loose-yet-controled look of your drawings. Your debth of field, perspective, and tones add so much to your sketches - I'm saving these to my nevarez folder. A big thanks for all the links you keep posting too.

HERVE said...

Hello mister Nevarez,

I'm french .
I like your work very much.
I like Pierre Alary too.
Are you first posing in front of a miror to find the best attitude for a character, please ?

Thank you!



Thiago Rachid said...

Very nice artwork!!!!
beautiful sketches!!

Matt Jones said...

'Harrowing deadlines' I love that expression!

Philip Dimitriadis said...

I love these sketches john..REALLY inspirational. great work amigo!!!

Be Creative Books said...

Hey John! I love any art, but the traditional one is my favorite undoubtedly, I like very much these sketches!

With humility, I ask you, please, give a glance to my blog and give me your comment, of the way that this is..Thank you very much, and Happy Holidays!

milind said...

effortless pencils handling,absolutely stunning.it would be an honor for me to hear ur comments on my work john.

RYAN said...

Wow. I mean.... WOW! These are awesome!

Leon said...

It can't have effect in fact, that is exactly what I suppose.
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