Posts Tagged ‘Cartoon’
This is for a story I’m currently illustrating for Scholastic. Why are they sad? I can’t reveal… but has something to do with a chicken. I very much enjoy doing this kind of cartoony animal illustration.
A first (or second) go at the main characters. I’m guessing there will be some changes but it’s a start…I showed some samples around at MOCCA fest over the weekend and got both encouragement and a few good doses of critique. Much work to do!
Tags: Cartoon, character, character design, COMICS, COMIX, GRAPHIC NOVEL, Illustration, MOCCA, MOCCA fest, WHATZIT
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I’m very excited to be going to MOCCAfest this Sunday. In addition to hopefully seeing lots of folks I know and probably spending too much money, I will be showing around the beginnings of what hopefully will be my first graphic novel. It’s called WHATZIT and its going to be funny, gross, disturbing, and hopefully lots of fun. There will be lots more posts about this as I proceed, but I’m starting off with just a little teaser of the logo. More to come soon….
I’ve been a production designer for animated cartoons off and on for over 15 years. I have been primarily a background designer (Codename: Kids Next Door, Pepper Ann, Stroker & Hoop, Robotomy, etc…). It’s been a very long time since I designed characters, but recently I had the opportunity to try my hand at it for a project in the early stages of development. This week I’ll be posting some of the images from the project, starting with a few of the characters:
Tags: Animation, animation design, bug, Cartoon, character, character design, Codename: Kids Next Door, Fantasy, insect, Pepper Ann, Robotomy, Stroker & Hoop
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This is my favorite panel from this episode. Click here to see the whole strip, plus all the preceeding episodes.
It’s a no frills valentines day this year. Little money and even less time. I did these drawings for Julie on a crowded F train coming home on Friday.
Click above (or below) to see the finished strip. Here’s the sketch: