A Peanuts Tribute

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A Peanuts Tribute

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2015 is a big year for the world's most popular comic strip. October 2nd marked the 65th anniversary of the series, November 6th will be its first big screen outing in about 30 years, December 9th will be the 50th anniversary of "A Charlie Brown Christmas", and there may possibly be some animated shorts coming to Boomerang in North America: http://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/francetv-turner-ink-u-s-peanuts-shorts-deal/

Seeing anything that I grew up with be celebrated in such a big way is a good enough reason for me to join right in. It took two weeks, a bunch of research for references and plenty of trial-and-error to make what I hope will be a fitting tribute to a childhood classic.

(EDIT: Re-uploaded at a more reasonable size.)

Want to see how this was made? Check out my accompanying Speed Paint video on YouTube! https://youtu.be/WBkpeECnp8s


This is a nice tribute to Peanuts. It's written as if Schulz wrote it himself. You managed to perfectly capture the style of the comic strip both visual wise and humor wise.

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Just like my childhood, bravo!

Amazing =D

Honestly the only way i know it wasn't Shultz is that he would never use the computer XD GREAT JOB!

btw I'm actually named Charlie XD

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Perfect it felt like Penuts, it was funny fit the style and made you feel heart warmed but at the smae time lagth at Charlie Brown's failure. Good job Shultz would be proud. :)

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4.79 / 5.00

Oct 27, 2015 | 4:35 PM EDT
File Info
1133 x 2000 px
3.1 mb

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