it's amazing that pros are on here. I've seen your style before especially the young justice designs (I still haven't finished season 1).
I was looking through your art and was blown away by the star trek art. looks just like the actors. amazing job.
I'm still struggling with patience with my drawings. I can draw a single character ok but if I draw another character on the same page or that same character again, the proportions are off. I'm still learning and starting to use a character turn around to better improve my art.
it would be cool to work n animation.
also it's so cool that you met Chuck Jones.
Patience is a fine quality that serves us well in all aspects of life. But yes, we artists must especially cultivate patience throughout our creative development. It is essential.
Indeed, patience goes hand-in-hand with confidence, believing in yourself.
All the best to you.
Hi Jerome, I'm a huge fan of your artwork and love the animation style of Young Justice seasons one and two. I'm happy your designs for the later seasons stayed true to that. Would you, Greg Weisman, Brandon Vietti, and Phil Bourassa ever consider making a Young Justice: Art of the Animated Series artbook with an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at pieces of concept, design, and production art as you take us on a guided tour through the development of the hit television series? The Young Justice version of what the creators of Avatar (Bryan Konietzko, Michael Dante DiMartino, and Aaron Ehazs) did in their art book? Kind regards from one of your fans!!
Thanks for the very kind words, and for your appreciation of YOUNG JUSTICE!
It would be awesome if an "Art of" book could be published. That's a great idea! But such a project is totally up to Warner Bros and their publishing department.
Thank you for replying sir Moore 😊 (I'm fangirling about it & you've made my day). I wish that one day WB and their publishing department do decide to make one (even if it were a limited edition or for a Young Justice anniversary). I've been a huge fan ever since Young Justice came out (I wish it would serve as a blueprint for the new DCU) and I can't wait to see what you draw up next! Also, if ever an art book were to be made I can't wait to read how you got involved in the project, what motivates or inspires you, and follow you on the rest of your journey.
If I may ask, why did sir Bourassa decide to deviate from the original Young Justice art style and its colour palette? I miss it very much but as said before I'm very happy and thankful that you always stayed true to it.
Much love and hugs from one of your fans!!