There was an error in this gadget

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

First of the month: 1 August 2012

I love this page of dad's handwritten ideas & doodles for short animation sequences (circa 1969), some of which made it into Monty Python's Flying Circus:


 ... and here's some close-ups of this page & another:

7 comments:

  1. A treasure.Your blog is a gift to us all!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great blog, please keep it up. I love your dad's works. I had the great pleasure to meet him here in Toronto a couple of years ago. And I've been very lucky to get a couple of quick sketches from him. Feel free to send me a quick note if you'd like me to send you a scan.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Enjoying all the posts, what next? I have always loved your dads work, from an early age it has inspired me to plough my own furow . It must be an amazing thing to be able to do, a treasure trove of stuff. i look forward to more insights into a mad and crazy world.

    alex...

    p.s.... would love you to check out my blog......http://drawing-mountains.tumblr.com

    thanks...

    ReplyDelete
  4. I have too there is a daddy. I long time, did not know its address, now is sad, that separately we live. Mine папа:Ульянцев Boris Pavlovich, the Deserved Artist of Krasnoyarsk region, the teacher the pensioner, the evangelist (Eastern Siberia)
    У меня тоже есть папа.Я долгое время,не знала его адреса,теперь грустно,что отдельно живём.Мой папа:Ульянцев Борис Павлович, Заслуженный Художник Красноярского края,учитель пенсионер,евангелист(Восточная Сибирь)

    ReplyDelete
  5. thank you so much for doing all this work for us... your dad´s work means the world to thousands of people (specially to me) and I really love to know that my son one day will have the chance to be able to click on this page and see all his work organized!!!!! <3

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thank you so much for your efforts! I'm a fan of your father since my childhood. I remember my dad showing me Monty Python when i was about 5. I couldn't understand a word back then (i'm swiss) but i always just loved the animations! So i fast forwarded the VHS Cassettes to the cartoons. I haven't seen anything like it since. My dad was an animator and so i began making little cut out animations with his camera myself. I always admired Terry's drawing style and discovered Harvey Kurtzman's art through him which i just love. I'd very much love to see a book like "The Art of Terry Gilliam" full of his sketches and drawings!

    ReplyDelete