Robertryan Cory made some cartoon waves recently when he shared the cartoon design theory lecture slides that he presented to students at CalArts. See the C-brew post on that. But since we last dug into his Flickr he’s loaded a new wave of next-level placemat art and sketchbook pieces on there. Take a look.
You gotta see Cory’s debate drawings over here.
Extraordinary cartoonist Robertryan Cory, GFTG! contributor and cooldude, has recently uploaded a handful of new things to his stash including these outrageous items above.
Cory uploaded a few more prime examples of his wrinkled, throbbing, pustule-encrusted cartoons over here, with the caption for the above art revealing that it is Festro (with torn lips) from the upcoming Cartoon Network show, Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, premiering August 2011.
Robertryan Cory has the smoothest most rubbery, tubular, pinched-eyeball encrusted section in the brand new GO FOR THE GOLD! 3 sketchbook anthology (preorder here, preview here). He has been posting these amazing pages that were he rejected for inclusion in the book on his Flickr account. EDIT: Attention GO FOR THE GOLD enthusiasts! I was … Continue reading Robertryan Cory Sketchbooks
A few drinks with Robertryan Cory and Tom Herpich. vine.co/v/bwqmKABD6la — Andy Ristaino (@skronked) March 9, 2013 Watch out, Greater Los Angeles Area establishments. Ristaino, Cory and Herpich: They tip 20% and leave intense doodles on your place mats.
Dudeman Robertryan Cory has recently dumped a new load of the solidest cartoon designs and sketches you could hope to see on his this.
Here is a shot of some super cartoonists drawing on pages from Sasquatch’s Big Hairy Drawing Book along with a shot of their drawings. Robertryan Cory put this special drawing squad together with some pages and sent me these shots of the action recently. At the table were Pen Ward, Rex Hackleberg, Phil Rynda, Vincent … Continue reading Sasquatch Deal
Hey, a lot of us went to and met up at The School of Visual Arts over a decade ago, and so the Visual Arts Journal caught up with us and included Meathaus in the latest issue in an article about collectives. Read the online version here. As usual, when something neat happens I find … Continue reading SVA Visual Arts Journal
Charles Bronson stars in this two minute long Japanese commercial for MANDOM, apparently directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi who is also the director of this intensity: Hausu. Via tip from R. Cory via Dave T.