Supervising Animator, Character Designer
posted by Jakob Jensen at 10:19 PM
Hi JakobI love your imagination and drawings. Great work!Frasier
Thanks for posting all this great work Jakob =]
Excellent designs Jakob.. Thanks for sharing!!
Absolutly fantastic ! H.
Wow! Your animal drawings are really qite beautiful.
so appealing! wish he could have made it in.
Awesome work!!! These are all really inspiring!
ahhh mann, a mole family is a cool idea, I wish they were in the film.I guess my imagination will just have to do.
Hello Jakob, just found out that you were one of the "insert name here" streetgang ... so many excellent artists in the animation industry. I guess I'll have to watch that movie of yours at some point!Your characterisation of animals is superb. Tak for posting these!(and the next ones)
Dear Mrs. JensenI usually don't go in for the photorealistic depictions of helpless animals or nature related blogs, but your work has really changed my mind and those of my wife and pets.We thank you.Luv
AMAZING and stunning work!!!it's such a shame that the final designs used in the film are so poor.You're a fabulous draftsman, please give us more!
GREAT¡¡¡ cool style¡¡¡(buenisimos , vaya dibujos mas guapos)
Holy Moley goodness, Jakob. very cool designs, mate, really diggin' em!CJ
Thanks everyone!A big shout out to Jerry Beck over at Cartoon Brew for mentioning my Blog!
Hey, Jakob... I've been reading your feedback, and I'm worried that maybe you're getting too much praise. It's all going to go to your head! So, to balance things out a bit:I think your work is pretty okay. Your drawings don't suck very much at all.Seriously, though, thanks for posting these great drawings; they bring back some of my best memories of working at DreamWorks. -- Eric the Anonymous (oh, oops!)
Love the mole on the right. Body language is subtly hysterical.I accidently chased one of these poor bastard with my lawn mower this Summer. He, literally, popped out of a hole (must have been the vibration of the mower scaring him). I stopped and watched him. He sniffed for a few seconds, then with his eyeless little face just started screamming at the lawnmower. It was one of the funniest things I've ever seen because these pricks are smaller than mice.Brave and angry little bastard.Love seeing your work online, brother!-Rick
Awe, he looked like such an interesting character. Great work!
greetings from paris. thanks for looking after moliere...i`ll call you, ok?simon
trop mignon !
Absolutely amazing work...I'm a fan!!:)
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