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Nightmare before Christmas, Original Art © 2013 Jeff Lafferty

Nightmare before Christmas, Original Art © 2013 Jeff Lafferty

Nightmare before Christmas, Original Art © 2013 Jeff Lafferty

Nightmare before Christmas, Original Art © 2013 Jeff Lafferty

Thanks for all the great comments over the last few days. I'm glad everyone's liking the new podcast, and I appreciate all the support you guys (and gals) are giving me.

I've been working like mad trying to get ahead of the commissions. These four, based on the 'Nightmare Before Christmas' movie are taped to my board at the moment.

Next week, I've got a new podcast and a new video coming ... and everyone I owe art too, hang in there, its coming soon ... and it'll be worth the wait!

See you next Monday
Jeff

12 comments:

~Challenger2008 said...

Lookin' good!

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks Eric!

*stalk said...

You're all sorts of awesome talented, Lafferty! Those cards, as do all your work, look very groovy!

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks man, you rock!

- Jeff

albertuskundratis1 said...

What school did you go to to become an Illustrater? Was it Art Instruction School of Minniapolis, Minnesota or Elsewhere? "Quesaspiti" University?

Jeff Lafferty said...

Sorry, I didn't go to art college for any length of time ... I enrolled in the Colorado Institute of Art after high school, but dropped out a month later.

Art school just wasn't for me. II learned how to draw & paint by studying other great artists and practicing lots of hours.

Thanks for the comment
- Jeff

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Love the blue on the gray. Wonderful expressions, as usual.

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks Kim!

THELUTERANS said...

YouTube - Videos / Painting A Godzilla Sketch Card

balls to the walls on this card. ridiculous techniques! thanks to evomasher for turning me on to your work

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks man, I appreciate it!

Angela Taylor said...

Wonderfully done Jeff!!! I love the Nightmare Before Christmas!! Do you sketch these out on a larger scale and then print them out 3.5" X 2.5" or do you sell originals as well?
Either way, well done!!!
*HUGS*
Angela Taylor
Owner/Editor
ACEO Magazine Online

Jeff Lafferty said...

Thanks Angela, I draw them all to size 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" inches and then print them 1 to 1.

I sometimes draw larger cards, like double or triple card size ... but I still print them at the original size they were created.

Thanks for the question :)
- Jeff