Thursday, August 19, 2010

Concept art. in Panter

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Popzilla Coming to MTV

our studio Animax Entertainment is working on a new animated show coming to MTV this fall. Think TMZ meets South Park animation. My friends have been working hard on the show. I did a tiny bit of character design for it as well. check it out here:

Popzilla Coming Soon

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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Ride them Slots -- Slotcar by Animax Entertainment

I wanted to give a shout-out to my co-workers for our studio's new web show "Slotcar," lampooning the Nascar world in miniature slot car form.

the miniatures looked awesome, and they used pyrotechnics and everything. Hope you enjoy.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Get Your Mojo!
Dig animation? Check out the new site It's run by cartoonists Louie del Carmen and Octavio Rodriguez, and is a project I helped design and build. The site has just started, but hopefully this will be a huge nexus of up-and-coming animation! Please support, and if you have any animation work you care to share, post it!


Saturday, January 03, 2009

Happy Birthday, Alex
OK, Alex's birthday was a few weeks ago. However, I made him a card starring a familiar character.... himself, complete with "Fuckleducks™" brand snacking crackers and tribute "Yes" band t-shirt (Huh? Yeah, I know it's hard to believe, but he admittedly likes Yes. Don't hold it against him... too much). The only thing missing was the beard, which he's added since the reference photo I used was taken.

Happy birthday, buddy.

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New Year's Baby
So, Happy New Years... Again. However this time the posting is a little more festive. Look, the baby LOVES being dressed up as New Year's Baby!

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Friday, January 02, 2009

New Year's Sleeze
Happy New Year, folks. I'm sure this year will be filled with fortune and good will towards one another.

I spent the holidays back home in the Midwest, and for some reason I got on this kick of drawing vikings. Perhaps I was being pulled back to my Scandinavian roots. Anyhows, here they are in their unbridled glory...

You prol notice that most of these drawings look cut off. Well, that's because I've found the secret to successful drawing: start your drawing at the edge of the page. That way if it does turn out to be a good drawing, you won't be able to finish it. Somehow this always results in better drawings. I assume it is because the paper is just better at the edges.

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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

We Drink Alone