Inspired by the Jim Croce song of the same name. Enhanced in Photoshop with some light painting. I wanted to edit it in such a way as to preserve my natural line work but to get the digital painterly look that I like to bring to my Photoshop work. Hope you like.
Made a few paintings in Photoshop recently. One is a stylized version of my Minecraft avatar, and the other is a scraggly haired man that looks like a few people I know.
Here I thought I’d show my playful side. I have started to like to rip up pieces of paper and scribble on them and rearrange them. I’d like to do more like this. See what different things I can come up with. Here’s one for now. More may follow.
About four years ago I did a small project in which I took the animation program (DAC) acronym and attempted to remake a small promo bumper in the style of NBC’s 80’s campaign “Let’s All Be There”. It was interesting to see how much synergy was in that promotion and how inclusive it was. It was so popular the “Let’s All Be There” campaign ran for at least three years and was used as the bases of other similar campaign in foreign markets (Australia’s Channel 7 for instance) .
Here it is with a comparison. My timing was a bit off just a bit I think but it was a pretty nice attempt.
This was purely a side project of mine and for sure one I’d love to do another remake of another bumper. Maybe for a different network, or do something more original all together.
An afternoon painting inspired by Alice in Wonderland. Enjoy.
Anyone remember the Typewriter Guy from Sesame Street? I spent some time yesterday making a model of him in Blender, and I thought I’d share it with you. Hope you enjoy.
Recently I’ve been all over the place. I’ve done a few photoshop paintings I’d like to share.
One is a piece of fan art. Featuring Gobo Fraggle, from the wonderful Jim Henson show, Fraggle Rock. Seems as he’s returned from the land of the silly creatures holding yet another postcard from his Uncle Traveling Matt.
The next is an ode to breakfast cereal mascots. Freedom O’s, with your friend, Two-Can Sam. Pretty clever right? There’s freedom in every bite.
The next one is Fan Art of “Buddy and Wozz”, (because being tired the other night, that’s what I mistook Buzz and Woody from Toy Story as). I’d imagine Buddy and Wozz being from a knock off Toy Story movie, being owned by “Randy”. There’s something intentionally “off” about them.
Anyhow, Enjoy. Will post more soon.
It’s time for a short story. It’s very short in-fact.
Hope you enjoy.