Saturday, February 25, 2006

Puma and Horse


















I'll never forget the first time that I saw the fight between the Puma and Spirit. Here is a little homage to a great master of animation, James Baxter.

13 comments:

Q/Minkyu said...

Hi! Thanks for your kind comment on my blog! I was really encouraged! Your drawings are beautiful! and yes..James Baxter is a mystery.

A. Riabovitchev said...

Beautiful!This is my lovle favorit word on this blog.:o)

professeurcheveux said...

wow very nice stuff!!!
this scene is awsome!
james baxter also did the puma?

Kelsey said...

OH, man! That lighting is super sweet!

These would all make great prints. Prints I would shell out the bucks for. Ka-ching!

Kristian Antonelli said...

so vibrant, you too are a master of your craft signore pennacchioli

Gabriele Pennacchioli said...

Thanks guys.

Julien- Yes he did animate the all sequence with the puma. Actually, the fight was supposed to happen between Spirit and another horse. Baxter did animate a long shot with the two horses that (unfortunately) never made to the screen.

PEPE said...

Another beaut!! James Baxter is tops in my book too!!

Virginia Valle said...

wowww is beautiful, I love the scene, another triumph :)!!!
Keep up your inspirational work !!

donnachada said...

Beautiful Gabriele.

Stef said...

all your last posts are superb! I love it on coloured paper with hints of white.

Smook said...

This series of sketches would make a beautiful illustrations for a children's book, one I would definitely buy.

Beautiful work, Gabriele.

Alessandro_PPG said...

Te coloquei em meus favoritos! Very cool jobs! Congratulations!

Jenny said...

Very cool drawing! This scene is my horse's worst nightmare(and mine)--it could really happen, you know--right out the window here in Griffith Park! *shudder*
And yes, great animation, too. : )