New Reel. Enjoy!
Gonna toot my own horn for just a second here and let you know that I’ve added a few pages to my Television Storyboards section of my site.
It’s mostly my work from Rushzone – Season of the Guardians. So, to help you navigate through the cascade of portfolio pages, here are some direct links to the updated pages. Enjoy!
Each year around this time I gather all of my work together once again for my yearly pilgrimage to CTN EXPO. This will be my third time going to it, and I’m glad it’s still going strong because with each new convention, I seem to make new friends and I have more fun than the previous year. So hot off the renders, here is my new animation reel, concept art, and storyboard portfolios. Enjoy!
Studio CATCH! Animation Reel 2011 on Vimeo
Studio CATCH! Animation Reel 2011 on Youtube
I just uploaded some storyboards I did for BUCK for a recent Google+ campaign. I think BUCK did some really cool work from concept to execution, albeit brief in the final spots. Thanks again for the team at BUCK for letting me be a part of one of their productions once again. I had a lot of fun drawing these little circles!
Click on the thumbnail below to take you to the storyboards page.
Hi. What’s up. It’s been a while, I know. Should I even consider the last post an actual blog post? I have this idea that these things have to be substantial; blog posts should engage the reader for at least 30 seconds, like a glance, a quick read, something that makes you chuckle, or go “hm, that’s interesting”, and then click back on your Facebook or Twitter tab, waiting for something else to pique your interest.
Of course, considering the chaos of our times, I wouldn’t be able to continue before stating this: I donated some money to the Japan Society, who according to their twitter is donating “100% of donations to our #Japan Earthquake Relief Fund will go directly to victims http://www.japansociety.org/earthquake” – I’ve known about the Japan Society and their programs for a few years now, so I had no qualms knowing that my donation would be put to good use through them. It’s saddening to see so much devastation going on there, especially since I just came back from a trip there a few months ago, so my thoughts are definitely with Japan right now.
I usually don’t post about too much of what I do professionally, but, I figured a few things are worth noting, not necessarily because I worked on them, but because they are interesting projects in their own right.
Since the days of “9” I really haven’t done too much character design work professionally. Maybe in a commercial here or there, but it wasn’t until recently that I was really able to get back to character illustration and designing. The gig was short, but incredibly sweet with the good folks at Mo Villa Productions. They asked me to do some character designs and storyboards for set dressing for an upcoming episode of HBO’s “Entourage”; more specifically, I was asked to redesign a rather obscure Marvel character: Airwalker. So, they let me go wild and I did. Below you’ll find some pictures from the actual set followed by some of the illustrations you can see on the walls. I also did some of the storyboards on the wall next to the “Braveheart” poster, and I’ll probably post them later (maybe in the Portfolio page of this site.)