Friday, June 30, 2006

Unfinished Project

Here's a lil snipit i did for a show that went into, and subsequently fell out of, development. Of course I can't say much bout the show's specifics, but this was one of the several pieces that seemed to be received well.


Wednesday, June 28, 2006


Had a spare moment this evening...doodled some thumbs of bots.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Monster Doodle

this was one of my occassional monster doodles that made it through...gave it some quick color in p-shop...

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Plump Shepherd

did this a while back - always seemed like the guy was shepherding his flock into his kitchen...

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Quixote Windmills

The windmill scene in "Don Quixote" has always been an interesting character design idea to me - designing a fantastical creature whose structure is based on a piece of architecture. I recently did this quick one-off of a test of some color and form ideas I was having.

Sunday, June 18, 2006


There's a pretty popular book called "Fruits", and it documents the underground fashion culture in Japan. Highly recommended for those who are looking for some real creativity when it comes to clothing design.

Anyhow, as I was working on a recent episode, i did some doodles of some age-appropriate versions of the people in that book. Here are a few that didn't make the cut.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Jimi Thing

just doin' a warmup in painter, and this came out - reminded me of good ol' hendrix...

Monday, June 12, 2006

Old Man

Just a quick value/color study...a warm up.

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Creature Comfort

Every so often I like to dip my toe into the creature pool and see what happens. Here are a couple of variations on a theme of a certain kind of creature made for riding.

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Honey Butter

A good friend of mine saw this piece and gave it that title...please forgive any offense it might cause to those panthers viewing this blog.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Re-Design Part Two - Clockwork Orange

Here's another one of my redesign assignments. I took Clockwork Orange and set it during the Spanish Inquisition. It seemed like a natural match to me, as it allowed for a similar exploration of the concept of the state 'reprogramming' deviants. Anyhow, below are some results, beginning with character designs, and leading into more overall setting and background designs.

Minister Brodsky - the head of the specific church that tries to 'cure' Alejandro (above) of his deviant ways.

A local tramp - he's got leprecy. Why not.

A couple of townspeople.

A booth at the "Corona Hooka Bar" - the substitute for the Korova Milk Bar in the story.

A detail of some of the possible hookas at the bar.

The brothel where the boys confront another gang who is about to rape a prostitute.

The church bell tower from which Alejandro leaps after being 'converted'...momentarily.

The central altar of Minister Brodsky's church. A (not-so) subtle attempt at inserting innuendo into bg design.


A quick homage to a favorite rite of passage for all kids growing up in this country...

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Mech Knight

Here's another mech...a quick character study. This one took me bout 30 min. in p-shop. Enjoy.