Saturday, August 30, 2008


Crap. I just noticed how it looks exactly like the other pinup I did. Will rework colors for the POSTER version, eh..? Anyone interested in posters? yeeeeessss? *wink wink*

Friday, August 29, 2008

Monday, August 25, 2008

"el" to the "oh" to the "el"

By Roger
By Roel
By Carl

Welcome to the wondiferous world of caricature artistry. Done by my co-workers...


Sunday, August 24, 2008

Share and share alike...

Looking for visual inspiration?

A blog that basically looks for interesting images and puts them in one convenient place.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The Fastest.

Top: Rough version of the Derby Girls flyer (second version). WIP. Just alying out the typography. Need to work more on the hierarchy of type, change some things here and there. but I like this version MUCH better than the pink one.

Middle: YO. word.

Bottom: Sup cutie.

Monday, August 11, 2008

I want to be THAT guy.

Animation heads NEED NEED NEED to check out the "Journey to the West" promo for the 2008 Olympics that has been produced by Gorillaz honchos, Damon Albarn and my style-saint, Jamie Hewlett.


Now I'm going to put my pants back on.

Here's more on their Journey to the West project. Did I mention it's an Opera?

This message will self destruct...

My buddy Dave Igo called me up last night to inform me that the guys who do The Cryptics were 3 pages short, so instead of filling up the extra space with lame ads they needed some pinup art pronto. Done and done.

16 hours with breaks and watching the Science Channel. addictive.

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

What I'm into...

At the moment it's, Studio 4C's "Amazing Nuts!" series of short film/music videos/project demos by their various in house directors. Read a bit about it here.

See it:

there's a bunch more, but you can find em yourself.

Oh, and J.U.S.T.I.C.E.'s video for "Stress":


version 1

temporary idea.

Less talk, more art...

In the meantime, here's a WIP of a flyer I'm doing for the L.A. Derby Dolls.

Friday, August 01, 2008

The Rebel Speaks.

Just felt that this needed a post, if not for anyone elses interest but my own . Say what you want, but he makes a point about just going out and doing it. The are people making shorts all the time on newgrounds or on other flash sites that are all fairly low quality (there are a few exceptions). But I know a ton of talented artists (especially myself) that just sit around waiting on things to happen for them. I worked with two other guys (Joel and Iza) and did a short in 2 weeks. I admit that it sucked hard, but it proved that it could be done. Maybe the focus should not just be on making a short for the purpose of submitting to studios or whatever in the hopes that someone may hire you for it, but to just do it for the sake of telling YOUR stories.

Chew on that, I guess.

I could kick myself for missing that panel. Video credit to ASIFA Hollywood.