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Hey there, the name is John Doebert Barros. I'm a storyboard & motion graphic artist. Skilled in quick sketch, storyboarding & animation. Founder of Jolekyo.com. Always have fun.

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G-STAR The Art of RAW from Markus Geerts on Vimeo.

One of my favourite Projects. My parts included the shading/rendering of the last stitching scene and all of the dog-shot: modeling, texturing, rig, animation and compositing. All bones had to be very detailed since the client wanted to use it on giant billboards… pheww…

3D Artists: Markus Lauterbach, Tim Borgmann, Markus Geerts, Nick Smalley, Tim Bolland, Dan Hope, Chris Wood

Director: Rüdiger Kaltenhauser

Production Company: Glassworks Amsterdam

Flame artists: Kyle Obley, Lise Prudh’omme

Flame Assist: Bob Roijen

Grading: Scott Harris

Executive Producer: Jane Bakx

Client: G-Star RAW

Concept: G-Star RAW creative team

Music: Skrillex

Posted on Monday, April 7th 2014

I saw rough sketches at the end after reading a manga while I was in Japan. Thought its cool to see the idea and process when creating a manga. But I had no idea at all until watching Bakuman. Learned that these rough sketches are called “Name”. These “Names” are done by the writer before giving it to another artist to draw.

Here’s a video of “Names” from Bakuman manga.


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Bakuman Names
Exclusive to the Tankoubon releases only.
These are the real names / manuscripts of Bakuman by Ohba & Obata

- excerpt from Mangahelpers.com and check out the hi-res Bakuman “Name” from the site:
http://mangahelpers.com/forum/showthread.php/53391-Bakuman-Names

Posted on Friday, April 4th 2014

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Bruce Timm

Just pure awesome. Very stylized, dynamic angles, a quick episode of the dark knight himself but it’s the intro for the animated Batman. It’s just like the finished animation. Love those dynamic arrows, but not necessary on some scenes, the long pans are freakin good.

Posted on Saturday, March 29th 2014

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