I’ve been drawing a lot of ninjas lately for a commercial I’m doing. I decided to do a quick marker piece for my co-worker. Now the whole office wants one. I hope I don’t end up being ‘The Old Guy Who Sketches Ninjas’ at Comicon. More Coming!
After many a broken Dorito. We have decided to go with a 3d model of a chip which took me about 12 hours to create because of my almost zero knowledge of 3d modeling. You would think it would be easy. It’s just a damn TRIANGLE!
A Few of the Posters I did for My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult. It was for their Columbus, Ohio show at the Ravari Room. I decided to go with a simple Alfred Hitchcock approach to them and was really happy with how they turned out. I liked the one with the knife the best. Too bad the pictures aren’t that great. The Show was great!
To prove to my autistic nephew; the one I’m doing this for; that there is a Sword in the story. Because up until this point he is not impressed and won’t be until he sees a Sword or like he says ” Or until I see two Swords”.
This short is about a Dark Elf and it involves so many things that I like starting with Swords and Sorcery, Dark Elves, Mythical Creatures and Action. Hopefully I will do some of my animation idols and mentors proud. I’d like to promote Autism Awareness as well with this festival short and I will figure that part out when I get close to finishing.
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D’Alexander just dropped his latest music video ‘The Great’ that I did the Animation for this past couple months. He decided to release it early because Eminem has a similar video style for his latest release ‘Rap God’. Blow it up and glad to know I’m still at the top of the curve.