Jamie's Tiny Toon Picture Collection
Here is where you'll find my more finished, cleaned up works relating
to Tiny Toons -- at least in most cases. :-)
Special thanks to Paul Osze for helping getting many of these and some
others scanned for me once again.
More will be posted as available.
Babs Framed #1
Who framed Babs.. oops, wrong rabbit. Actually one of two pose ideas
I have for Babs in a frame. I was going to make them for something to
hang on my wall, drawn on some very large paper, to look like
those pictures you often see in cartoons where they project outside
the frame. Kevin from the
TTA FanFic Mailing
had wanted some images from various artists, so I finished this one as
well as made up a new one of Buster.
And this is the other part of the image for
make up from scratch to go with the Babs image above. Maybe I'll
make up a better background for it sometime, like leaning against
a tree by his rabbit hole.
Babs from "The Amazing Three" this time blows us a kiss!
This is one of my favorites that I've worked on. Was originally
for an on-line calendar Paul Osze and I worked on. It was going to
also have Shirl' and Fifi blowing us a Valentine's kiss along with
Babs, but time ran out -- They wouldn't put off February for us. :-)
The second image is the first image widened to 640 across for some
viewers that had trouble with unusual proportions, as well as reduced
to 16 colors also.
Now in THX!
And the back view I made of the above, without a background (or would
that be foreground??) so far. It's as an exact reverse match I could
make. I used it to print out and iron the two images (with white
background for both) on the front and back of a T-shirt. Way cool. :-)
Babs kicks back in class, looking good. A bit more recent work of mine
and another that I really like, as well as a more original work than my
Amazing Babs one.
Finally the colored and inked versions of that naive.. er native Babs
from "No Toon is an Island". The original drawing for this is
available on the sketches/doodles page.
Queen Bee Babs
This is actually mainly a sketch I scanned and cleaned and colorized on
the computer; but even if not quite a fully finished work I felt it fitted
in here. (``..they can't see, what you mean to me...'')
This was originally a quick sketch to see if I liked the outfit idea I
had. It turned out good enough that I kept it as the final sketch. Then
I did a quick inking to test out a different way of inking, and I liked
that as well. Ya' just get lucky sometimes. :-) I used to have a
computer colorized version of this, but not sure if it's around anywhere
NOW AVALIALBE in
Oo La La, Fifi!
Just a little Fifi I worked on, just for a change of pace I suppose. :-)
(color version 12/1/96)
Hope you enjoyed! Feel free to let me know what you think of any of