Timecrimes,a.k.a. Los cronocrimienes -great Spanish /suspense /time travel movie.Full of shame,guilt and remorse.If you are ever considering entering a time machine ,PLEASE watch this movie first.These are quick ruffs I drew while watching this fantastic movie alone.
This is a storyboard test I did recently, the only instructions were that it was to have two characters that annoy each other in a waiting room .
I found this child's space helmet in a thrift store about a million years ago, and if you squeeze it in the middle,it can accommodate even my enormous melon.
I love drawing things on wheels I just don't get hired to do it very often.
These were some "home made "looking rocket cars I designed for a pitch for an educational TV show associated with the exploratorium kid's museum in Frisco.A Winnebago/hide-out for a TV pitch about extreme-skatboarding-zombie-kid-rockstars with a pirate TV station. This is my only line drawing of a personal favorite.This is my finished photoshoppette of one of the coolest compact's ever, a 1967 Subaru.
Labels: prop design vehicle design
This was a series of key frames I did for the kind people of Bonfire,it was for a pitch for an instructional film with a scientist spokesperson in the style of my virgin video(sort of) for an unnamed sound laboratory.I enjoy working in this unfinished goofy style,no clean-up necessary,unfortunately we did not get this one.
Here is a design pitch I had to turn around quickly for yet another cut -out style /after fx job.It was for an unamed sandwich chain for my pal Paul at Ffake. First I got my pose.(when you design for cut-out no one ever needs to see your drawing.)Then I frantically "acquired "images.
Labels: character design
This was a character background design job I recently enjoyed doing for a groovy local agency called Butler,Shine,Stern and Partners for a Radio Shack commercial.The job was "puppet style" animation in after fx with an etching look for the design.
This was the chemists background I designed,at this point everything was approved so I made replacement hand and face poses and the spot was animated .
Then somebody decided the spot looked too tame so it was literally "back to the drawing board "I was directed to reference Einstein ,Walter Matthau and Christopher Lloyd.
Einstein won but his hair and beard had to be crazied up.I drew all the stuff in this spot except the smoke ,the hamsters and their bycicles.