Recently I illustrated a comic-strip gospel tract for Living Waters Publications. The tract is hot off the presses and now available for purchase. To read the entire tract, click on the image below. (No, I don’t get any comission or royalties).
This site has been around for a while, but it has a lot of great tips and insights on the basics of art and animation. The Drawing lessons alone are pretty good. Worth a visit.
Wow! My blog has only been up for 6 months, and so far I’ve had 12,000 visits. That’s unbelieveable to me. Since my fan club is only about three people, you guys have been awfully busy. Seriously, thank you all so much for checking back and leaving the occassional kind word. Since I work at home alone all day in the great frozen tundra of Minnesota, posting my work and then viewing other art blogs really helps me feel connected to the larger art community. Long live Blogger.com!
I’m working on a project designing characters for a Flash-based racing game. There will be five different characters racing through the office in their own customized chairs. Here’s three of the designs so far, though they are still evolving. I’m enjoying trying to push the characters into a more abstract direction, something I want to get better at. (The orange skin and blue/pink hair is at the client’s request.)
I just discovered a great new art blog, Story Boredom. Most of the contributors are anonymous, but the rumor is they are all storyboard artists who work in feature animation. It is known that one of the members is John Sanford (co-director of Disney’s Home on the Range). Whoever they are, they are incredibly talented. Check it out.