Category Archives: character design
ShareDeath is about the living, since the dead no longer care. The living’s relationship to the departed, the newfound lack in the universe of the remaining. Celebrity deaths touch many because of their surface intrusions into our lives, they’re “known” … Continue reading
ShareUnbeknownst to many, I’m great fan of NFL football -long suffering, in particular, as a native Philadelphian. I’ll share my Buddy Ryan story in a couple weeks for the Super Bowl. My week 16 prediction of a 49ers-Patriots championship match … Continue reading
ShareHere’s another guy Liesje made for that commercial pitch. He’s a pretty good character, so maybe he’ll get put to use somewhere.
ShareHere’s an article from the March 6, 1977 The New York Times Magazine marking the 20th Anniversary of the Pushpin Graphic. Written by Harold T. P. Hayes Gratefully, no doubt, considering the unlikely circumstances of its origin, The Push Pin … Continue reading
ShareThese are the design sheets for a few bits of animation we did for WGBH’s Nova Science:NOW. Above are the first drawings we presented. Turns out they wanted him to look more like the segment’s host. That was pretty easy. … Continue reading
ShareThese are designs for a project we just finished. It should air sometime in the future. Zack Leo did the drawings, it was eventually animated by Christina Riley.
ShareChristina “painted” these models for a science show we’re working on. We’ll post updates as it proceeds. We’re doing 30 or so shots for this film, only around a half dozen will be this story, in this style. The other … Continue reading