Saturday, February 23, 2008

Lights, Table, Action!

Some roughs to post to print to trace to love. Remember from SchoolHouse Rock? Verb? It's an action? The kid goes to the movies to see Verb? Then he runs home to his Mom? Come on! I'm not that old. Right? Somebody knows what I'm talking about here. Actually, I think my brother is the only person who reads this and I know he knows what I'm talking about. So there.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Lights, Table, Action!

Okay, really it's, "Light Table in Action" but does it matter in the grand scheme of things? No. No, it doesn't. Just like the Oscars. Ba-zing! Anyway, this is a composite of five different sketches all made possible by a light table. And the letter H.

P.S. In case you read this next month and wonder to yourself, "Why the Oscar dig? He doesn't seem like the sort of guy who would know what the Oscar's are?" it's because I was reminded by MSN this morning that the Oscar's are tonight. So I'm being topical. I have my fingers crossed for "Alien Vs. Predator Requiem" by the way. What a complete waste of absolutely everything that goes into making a (bad) movie! It's genesis must have gone something like this; "Hi, Predictable? Meet Crap. You two should get alone great! Now don't do anything I wouldn't do (wink) like have an unwanted child after a night of forgettable sex and name it Alien vs. Predator Requiem!" I'm big on quotes in this post.

P.P.S. Turns out the Oscar's are on Sunday. Shows what I know.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

It's all happening at the MU two

Now in Panoramic SuperDynaMation Technicolor

Saturday, February 9, 2008

It's all happening at the MU

Preliminary artwork for movie-style poster. The final will probably lose all the sketchy charm that makes me think this could work! Larger versions of these cats show up somewhere in this blog trail. Like the logo? It's all me baby! Except for the schools that I'm sure I ripped it off from. Think Notre Dame meets Miami.

Coloring Book

Some preliminary sketches for a coloring book about safety. Remember,"Never run with crayons!"