Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated: More 2nd Season BG Art!






Might as well add a few more to the mix as long as I'm still up late doing this. The Hodag at the bottom!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated: Second Season BG Paintings









Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated backgrounds I painted back in 2012. I miss that show!

Sunday, November 03, 2013

Mickey Mouse Croissant de Triomphe BGs



    These were the BGs I did for this Mickey Mouse Short. This was the first one Disney did so I was asked to come and help out as a freelance painter. It was hard to do at first. I had to take a couple passes on the Cathedral shot but I started getting more confident by the time I did the rooftop shots. the texture layer we put over the the painting and the size of the files made my computer crash several times. I had to go out and buy a more powerful Mac to complete this work. I'm glad this short won two Emmys even though my part in it was small, it was nice to be a part of the team at least in the beginning. The only reason I didn't continue working on this was just timing. I was busy Art Directing a Scooby dtv called "Curse of the Frankencreep" which I was immersed in at the time and will soon be posting work from so stay tuned. I really loved working on that Scooby. Of course I loved Mickey too!

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Uncle Grandpa for REAL!

I had the night off from freelance last night so this is what spent my time doing. I had fun. Hope you get a laugh out of it like I did. By the way in case anyone is wondering. I pieced together some of my favorite actors and personalities to make this. I started with someone from the internet that had a pretty good mustache but he was too young looking to be a grandpa so I added Sean Connery wrinkles. Then Karl Malden nose with W.C. Fields gin blossoms, Marty Feldman eyes and Viola!

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Emmys for Mickey Mouse short Croissant de Triomphe!

Congrats to Joseph Holt for winning the Emmy for Art Direction! And Jenny Gase-Baker for Background painting! Great job you too!