My husband is a crier in movies; I am not. Occasionally something will tug out a tear or two, but it’s rare. And weeping? Unheard ... Read More
[Fantasy adventure and slapstick cartoon humor. Martin runs from dragons and bandits, while Marco tries to break out of a desert camp. The River Fox, volume two of The Dragon Lord Saga is now premiering one episode a week at Webtoons (also check out volume one, Martin & Marco).]
It’s a quirky thing, adapting two-dimensional characters to three dimensions. I think I remember reading that when the first Snoopy toy was manufactured, Charles Schultz rejected dozens of prototypes before landing on a design that recreated the pen-and-ink dog in three dimensions.
I don’t have any multi-million-dollar toy deals, but when I discovered the sculpted art of Jenny Dorf last year, I knew that I needed to commission her to sculpt my characters for the following reasons:
—Jenny’s sculptures are fun and awesome.
Yup, that’s it. Just one reason.
Check these guys out:
Check out more of Jenny’s brilliant work at her web home, Whim’s Workshop — she’s loves what she does and she’s awesome at it!
Jonny Jimison is a talented cartoonist and graphic novelist. In addition to a long history of web-based cartoons, he's the author of Dragon Lord Saga series of graphic novels, including Martin & Marco and The River Fox. Jonny lives and works in Jacksonville, Florida.