The Internet's favorite square-shaped, phallic-armed babies are back in season 2 of Goodwin & Badwin. It's 4 episodes loaded with more laughs, more mayhem, and more political incorrectness, and ponies!
Once again, I worked as a character animator on the last two episodes. This time, my responsibilities included posing the main characters and animating them with the assistance of the talented Matt Simpson.
A word of advice: these episodes are not for the easily-offended. Especially easily-offended bronies.
Here's an awesome short project I was part of while working at Primal Screen. As the title suggests, I illustrated all the backgrounds. It is part of the trailer for Dungeon Rampage! by Rebel Entertainment.
This year I had the pleasure of working at Primal Screen, Inc. here in Atlanta. One of the projects I worked on was the second season of The Electric Company's Prankster Planet. I was in charge of designing backgrounds reusing props from the previous season as well as creating some new props and, in some cases, some effects animations. In this clip you can see some of the backgrounds I worked on. I'll be posting the new episodes as soon as they're available online. Otherwise, you can watch them Mondays on PBS.
It's been a slow year for the blog. Thankfully that's because this has been a good year for me and that means I've been very busy. Unfortunately I haven't been able to dedicate much time to uploading work so here are some recent bird sketches and an illustration I did for Mascot Books. I'm very fortunate to have the chance of working with them. I'm getting some very enjoyable projects.
The third episode of Goodwin vs Badwin is out now! This time I had the chance to be a character animator for the first half of the piece (yes, that includes the mom) while the second half was animated by my friend, the very talented Matt Simpson. Enjoy!
Last October I had the great fortune of meeting Tony Grillo, founder and supreme ruler of Flinch Studio, and in December he let me part of this new series for Mondo Media (famous for Happy Tree Friends and Dick Figures), called Goodwin vs. Badwin. This is a joint venture between Flinch, Gene Fowler's Loogaroo Studio and Style5.tv, which produces the show. This is the second episode of the series (click here to watch the first one) but it's the first one I actually worked on. In this episode I tuned up the animation of the two main characters, animated their lip sync, and added some effects.
Well, I hope you enjoyed the show. If you'd like to see more (or at least keep me from being unemployed) remember to give it a thumbs up in youtube and like it on facebook (I don't have an account but I bet you do). Also, tell your friends!