I did this illustration for a halloween card.
HALLOWEEN is spooky fun for everyone. GO LITTLE SAX!
A gang of hungry squirrels ate the face out of our pumpkin. Watch out!
TRICK or TREAT!
Friday, October 19, 2007
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
I came across this site after visiting Steve Lambey's blog. Seeing all of this G.I.Joe art again brought back a lot of childhood memories. The art showcased on this site is based on the toy packaging. A lot of good stuff on here catagorized by the year of it's release. CLICK HERE travel back in time.
I remember looking at my Joe toy list sheet and spotting "Blowtorch". I ventured every toystore at that time in search of this figure. I finally got him and was in fiery heaven.
I remember getting this vehicle for Christmas. HMMMMMmmm, I feel a throwback coming on.
Monday, October 15, 2007
Something I drew up some time ago. Jamal and Jada, Twin characters from one of my many projects. Thought I'd share it with my fellow artists. Illustrated on paper with pencil, colored in photoshop with a photo I took on a plane. Some color enhancements on the sky.
BTW, I've added a new shirt design on bountee for girls on the go. Only 50 shirts available.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Today I got my copies of the Pretty Freekin Scary books I illustrated along with fellow artist Carlos Villagra. The books came out pretty good. The story is dope as well (good read) Get online and grab a couple for you and your morbid friends.
We illustrated 4 books all together. The 3rd book below is coming out soon and is now available for preorder.
On another note. I got an illustration printed in this months issue of Animation Magazine.
There's an article about a new show I'm working on at AGP called Sushi Pack. I worked on the early development of the property based off of characters created by talented illustrator Leo Espinosa. I now pretty much design characters and approve show elements for each episode. Read the article below for more info on the show.
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Over the past year I did some early developement work with my team over at American greetings on some intersticials called Tinpo which now airs on CBS saturday mornings. I think the creative team as a whole did a great job at creating the look and feel for these shorts. Want to see more? Swing over to AGKIDZONE.com and click on the video section under TINPO.