Wednesday, September 29, 2010

More art from portfolio

Storyboards from Samurai Jack, 2001.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Storyboards from the portfolio

Storyboards from Weekend Pussy Hunt, directed by John K. 1995, one of the first web cartoon series.
George Liquor and Jimmy the Idiot Boy find a stray dog. After they leave, the story takes a strange, wonderful turn. We still hope to finish the cartoon. The final act was boarded but not animated due to the loss of the sponsor.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Storyboards from the portfolio

More storyboards from the Spumco web cartoon "Weekend Pussy Hunt".

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Storyboards from the portfolio

Storyboards from Ripping Friends episode "Infernal Wedding", 1999.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

CD release party

Party for CD release from The Probe. Start times are: Amadans - 9:00 PM, Probe - 9:45
Carnage Asada - 10:40.
Movie times: 8:00 PM and 12 midnight. $10.00 includes CD and DVD.
I will be there promoting my art for the CD cover and being a masher.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Storyboards for Monsters vs Aliens

Sorry about the duplicate image. I still can't delete individual images without re-posting the whole thing. The boards should be read in reverse order starting at the bottom of the first post, (Another of my techno-faults.)

Art from portfolio

Development and story art

Viking images are story sketches and development art from a proposed cg movie.
Bg images are from a PBS TV series now showing. Ralph image is from Ren & Stimpy the lost episodes. Forest sketch is from Ren & Stimpy "Robin Hoek" season I.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Viking art

Color presentation art and a rough sketch of Brunhilda like character from the cg proposal. Sorry but I accidentally deleted the other post with comments. Fell free to re-comment.

Famous caricatures

Another Presidential caricature that sort of flatters.

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Frank Frazetta

This painting, among others by Frank, knocked me out and I couldn't take my eyes off of it. I stared and copied and stared, truly in awe of the mastery of oil paint and sheer drawing skill. More than any other artist he made me want to draw and make cartoons, and paint, and work out, and lust after girls, and draw some more.

Frank died in May this year, but I didn't hear about it until recently, I guess it wasn't big news. I salute you Frank Frazetta, damn you!

Thursday, September 02, 2010

Another lost image

This is an early shot of your old buddy. 1974