ZED by Alex Pardee
March 30th, 2008
Mad genius, Alex Pardee, has done this twisted yet wonderful pinup which will be featured in the upcoming ZED #9.
You can visit Alex's website at www.eyesuckink.com.
March 26th, 2008
Hehehe... This morning, I checked out the triloblog (one of my favorite) and saw that cool post! Thanks Andrew. Now, I gotta prove my devotion to these arthropods and find some time to put together the next Trilobite Show.
The Past Ten Weeks
March 22nd, 2008
For the past ten weeks, I've been extremely busy designing the look of a feature film being produced by Gary Kurtz and adapted from a story by Sabina Spencer.
The work has been fun, challenging and rewarding. In fact, I believe that the pieces I've produced for the project are a high point in my designing career. Unfortunately, I won't be able to share any of the artwork here, as the film is in the early stages and everything is still shrouded in secrecy.
While I've been having a blast on the feature film project, I've had virtually no time to work on my other projects. So, starting this week, I decided to scale down my involvement to 20 hours a week. This way, I'll be able to tend to my other babies such as Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, ZED #9, The Saga of Rex, and quite a few others.
Stay tuned for some big announcement coming soon!
Horton Hears a Who
Hears a Who" opens nationwide today.
haven't seen the film yet, but I was involved in doing the FX animation
for the 2D "Anime Kung
sequence. Those familiar with my FX style should recognize my work
on the film was intense (schedule) but very fun. Besides, doing FX
wonderful character animation is always a pleasure.
big thank you to Ricardo Curtis and House
of Cool for thinking of me for the job.
March 3rd, 2008
Collectibles recently sent me this beautiful, 264-page, full
color art book. What's more, it features two pages of my "Insanely
Twisted Rabbits" sculptures!
here for more description and info on how to order this amazing
item for a mere $10!