Sketchbook

I usually do a lot of different sketches for each project and many of them never see the light of day and end up in the circular file. So, I decided to collect some of them here as well as some sketches I just did for the fun of it.

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<h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  Some more sketches I did on the visit to the Henson Studios  <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  These are sketches I did on a visit to the Henson Studios while working on the Sesame Street CD-Roms to study how the Muppets actually looked and moved from different angles <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  These are some of the sketches from a few storyboard and animatic frames for Saatchi & Saatchi for Cookie Crisp, Lucky Charms and Trix <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  These were character design sketches done through an agency for Push Pops along with the final 3-D version created from one of my drawings <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  Sketch of Spider-Man\'s arch enemy, The Green Goblin <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  Here are some character design sketches of a Banana Hammock, one of the sketches I did for  KlearGear.com and an Army guy <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  Here is a cartoon sketch of Conan the Barbarian based on an awesome drawing by my favorite comic book artist of all-time, the Michelangelo of comics, Big John Buscema <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  Here is a character design of a cowboy done for a motivational speaker <h3> Sketchbook Page </h3>  A few character design sketches from different assignments of a crazy sports fan, a cool cat and a goofy elephant
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