Sunday, April 27, 2008


Lordy I haven't posted in for ages. Sorry to anyone who's been checkin, but keep your ears peeled cause I'll have some new stuff to post in the next few days. Meanwhiles, here are some excerpts from a Family Guy board test I did. I think the episode has aired already, not sure. But I worked on the test right before I got the gig at Dreamworks, so never actually got around to turning it in. I was fortunate to have one of the directors, Brian Iles, take a look at it for me. He gave me a lot of great feedback and I reworked the test a few times.

This post is for Jib Master Jabs the FG Clip-master.

Monday, April 7, 2008


Today (technically yesterday) I got an opportunity to meet one of my heroes. This man's music has had as much if not more of an impact on my artistic and writing style than any visual artist. His music and lyrics are simply genius, and not to mention he has the voice of an angel, or so I hear. It is partially because of him that I chose to drop out of school and move to LA to pursue my dreams, and I could never thank him enough for it. He is a Mraz among men, I'm talking of course about Mr.A-Z himself, Bushwalla... I mean Jason Mraz.

Notice I look like I'm going to throw up, I didn't, but it would have been exponentially disastrous considering Mraz wears sandals.

He was kind enough to take a few minute to talk with me, and we discussed some philosophies on life and chasing the dream. He said a whole bunch of brilliant things, I think, I was kind of in shock and don't really remember exactly what he said, but I'm sure it was smart (like everything else that comes out of his mouth). He was so genuine and down to earth, one of the coolest dudes I've ever met. He came out before the show to play the line, and performed an improve Mraz-terpiece "kinda sorta" in which he sang a verse about me... which is something I will never forget for the rest of my life.

At about 1:02

The show was amazing, and even afterwards he came over to shake my hand and even remembered my name... this man is amazing.
For your enjoyment;
The best rendition of the best song every written;

You find me another artist who would perform a duet with a homeless woman on the streets of France:

Jason Mraz you are truly an inspiration, not only through your work but also through the type of person you are and the life you choose to live.

Thursday, April 3, 2008


These are a couple designs I've been working on the past few days. I discovered the 'smudge' tool during working on these... and used it for pretty much everything; hair, fabrics, feathers... hands?

This ones not quite finished yet, I gots a bit of tweaking to do.