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HUEY is Militant, JASMINE is innocent. by LeSeanThomas HUEY is Militant, JASMINE is innocent. by LeSeanThomas
Here's some more Boondocks Pre-production artwork.

One of the things that i believe stands out about the production of The Boondocks ( and is one of the most tedious) when compared to other prime time animated comedies out there is the fact that the characters ( if you pay close attention) have several wardrobe changes through-out any point in an episode.

For the boys, when they are inside the house, the rule is they do not wear shoes.

when a day changes to night, the characters may wear pajamas. If a day passes in one episode, the characters change outfits completely. 

Above are conceptual sketches of options for Huey & Jasmine Wardrobes for Season 2 i submitted to Aaron, Seung Kim and the producers for approval.

Huey has always had a more conservative touch to urban fashion compared to Riley; Polos, military fashion w/ long sleeves, walking shoes and running shoes

Jasmine always repped a scaled back fashion style; denim, capris, sandals cardigans, velcro strap shoes. looking at J.Crew ads back then helped. We also tried to stay away from her wearing skirts or dresses in the show.

*BOONDOCKS SEASON 4 PREMIERES JANUARY 2014*
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season-walker Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
I love seeing the extra details.
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TheOctopusMan Featured By Owner May 31, 2014
I never realized they changed clothes (looks back at episodes) Thats pretty cool. was it hard at all trying to come up with what a character would wear whenever and stuff?
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imanrashad Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I just love stuff like that. so many animated shows skimp on that little extra. like how long can homer wear tha same shit?? lol. love to so the character as being a real person and those little things like that make the story so much more real.Also when something happens in the plot if effects the next episodes. so many animated show seem like the last episode never happened ,when there is no trace of important stuff that previously happened. The boondocks doesn't fall victim to that and that one of the thinks I love so much about the show.
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WoodSpider Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Student General Artist
Man, that is tight.
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hicodycod3s Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Dope man, is there a reason you didn't just copy and past the first one and adjust only the clothes?
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LeSeanThomas Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014  Professional Filmographer
I like to draw. #NoCommandZ
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hicodycod3s Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Yes you do!!
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davidsdoodles Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2014  Professional Filmographer
memories
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ja01 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014
I can't wait to see more of your work and hopefully buy more of your stuff man.;):thumbsup:
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mzclark Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
yay can't wait. My b/f doesn't care for cartoons, anime, art in general but he watches the sh!t out of Boondocks. At least I won him over on something I love. In my years of cartoon watching, i think changing clothes helps make the characters feel more realistic. I remember watching "The Weekenders" for the first time and was like "they changed their clothes!!" It makes a difference even if ppl don't realize they changed clothes.
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