Saturday, February 27, 2010


I saw the second trailer for Stylo today. A lot of people were upset at the animation being in CGI. Honestly...

I was impressed.

Now, the animated foursome are more, say, attractive in their two dimensional look. The transition of the characters from 2D to 3D improved over the years.
Remember this?

The style wasn't matched well in that video.

In STYLO, I think the CGI is more freestyle. It has more life. It's pretty cool that some animators aren't staying to the old rendered roots of CGI.

Fanboy and Chum Chum is a PERFECT example of freeform CGI. See the sketches above? Now look below.
Oh, the expressions! The compositon! The colors! And this is ALL in a CGI cartoon? Wow!

My, whatever happened to lifeless structures?

...I'm sounding like John K. Dear lord. I love that man.

Speaking of John K. and CGI, I know he pitched He-Hog to Dreamworks. I lost faith in Dreamworks ever since Monsters vs. Aliens, but I think they might do well with it. If John is with them, I think the animators will get in shape.
Special thanks to Matt for all of the help!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Camera Pants

Good times, man.

Geekdom Preview

Finally updating this piece of shit.
Special thanks to Matt for all of the motivation <3

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Monday, February 22, 2010


Inspired by Harvey James and Jamie Hewlett.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Long Time, No See!

Let's start out with some red drawings. This one was based on my old white stripes girl previously shown on this blog. I wanted to make a new one, and I found this one much cuter.

My character Marissa. I gave her a new look. Her pigtails were giving me such a headache!
Now the next two pictures are of my portfolio concentration in AP Art. The theme is "death and rebirth." This one is showing how pills and drugs look so fun. They might turn you into a new person. However, the more you use them, the more you're dying away. You're simply turning yourself into a demon.

This is based off of my cat's death. I feel like she is still with me. Why a rabbit though? I wanted to draw a rabbit that day I drew it.
The grave that says ESTHER is based on a pet rabbit my mum had when she was a little girl.
Also, spot the John Carpenter movie reference!

Finally, I'll leave you guys off with a doodle of some steampunk girl. She kind of looks like one of the little sisters from Bioshock...