Monday, February 18, 2008


This is another "mock" poster I did for a project I'm pitching to Dreamworks. This is probably one of the most extensive pieces of art I've ever done in photoshop, and actually had my very talented friend Tony Scheppard (aka T-square) help me out with it.

Good luck trying to figure out what the movie's about...

And also, to all the people who frequent or less-than-frequent my blog, you've stumbled upon another bizzare note of "counting". When I checked my counter, right before I posted this blog, I found that up to this point, I've had 777 views, possibly the luckiest number ever.

Running total of visits to the above URL since 21 Jan 2008: 777

What are the chances of that? 1 out of 777? maybe. Anyways, hopefully it's a sign of goodluck for the project, and in that case, thank you.

Thursday, February 14, 2008


So as Big Foot and Gnome moves forward and gets closer to production, my good friend Joey G. and I have both decided to hold out on posting any new artwork. We have some exciting plans for the project, and will be sure to keep you updated.

Thanks to everyone who commented on the project.

Friday, February 8, 2008


So apparently, according to my "counter" there is 1 lad in Alaska who visited my blog, which is odd, because I didn't even know they had computers in Alaska, but nonetheless, welcome to my blog, hope its not too cold in here for you. Also, I saw your movie, Juno, it was ok.

I have decided to give something back to the online community who have shown such a mild interest in my blog with some never before seen (by you) character designs, with a special message from me;

Thank you! I like that shirt on you.

Anywho, these are some character designs I've been working on of late. They're for a project I plan on pitching to fox, not anytime soon, just in general.

I started the model sheet below with the 3/4 view pose, and then soon realized that every front view I tired looked disgusting... ew.

Side burns and butt.

Goodnight Alaska.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008


This is a quick piece of inspirational art I did for a project I pitched to Dreamworks. It's a mock poster, and the original has text and a logline on it, but I took it off as to not give away the concept/plot.So either you'll be able to figure out the plot and then you can steal my idea, or you have no idea what's going on and I'm a terrible artist. Either way you win.