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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Work Sketches

Well, I'm frantically working away on some animations for work, but in a good way. :O) and I thought I'd post a few character sketches I had done for one of the projects I'm doing. Done with the Cintiq of course.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Jelly Telly bumper

In a previous post I mentioned that I did some short animations for Phil Vischer's new company Jelly Telly . These short animations are actually "bumpers", those little station I.D's in between shows. Below is one of them. I hope to post a few more in the near future.

Oh yeah, the little boy's voice at the end of this particular bumper is my son's. He got kick out that. :)

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Monday, July 21, 2008

Too Thick

well, here's an installment of grade school humor. :)
It features characters I developed from previous posts.

Oh yeah, some of you might be wondering why the little orange guy's name is Acorn. Well, I asked my son to come up with a name for him and he thought the shape of that little monster looked a bit like an upside down acorn. So Acorn it is. :)

Just click on the image to view it as a Quicktime movie.

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Jelly Telly

Phil Vischer. the creator of Veggie Tales and Big Idea productions has launched a new site called Jelly Telly.. The plan is to provide a platform for quality Christian entertainment for Kids. I had the pleasure of contributing a few things to their 28 minute demo video; the Intro and Outro animation with a little boy character and the webpage art itself.

Anyway, just click the image to go watch the video.

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Cuttin' The Cheese

A quick storyboard for an animated short I'm messing with. It's a silly little gag that features characters from a few previous posts.

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Thursday, July 03, 2008

Cintiq Sketches

Well, I ordered a Cintiq and it arrived today. It's going to take a little bit to get used to, but so far it's great. I love sketching everything with paper and pencil, but it takes a while to scan them and clean them up especially when there's a lot to scan. Below are my first attempts at sketching dirrectly into Photoshop with the Cintiq. I'm hooked.

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