Happy 2014! I’m late as always considering we’re almost mid way through January. Last year was pretty rough for me. I’m certain this year will be a step in the right direction. I’m pretty hyped for all the new projects I want to venture into. Let this be the year of progression. Bring it on.~
I recently had the privilege to draw an art piece for D23 and they used it for promotional use on their website! They’re having a contest giveaway this month called "23 Days of Disney Christmas Sweepstakes". Enter for a chance to win your own embossed reproduction of one their “23 Days of Disney Christmas” pieces, including mine. :D They’re updating with a new piece every day until the 26th. Check it out!
Happy Holidays! This piece was made to promote a D23 sweepstakes called “23 Days of Disney Christmas” where you have the opportunity to win your own embossed reproduction of the featured pieces. Each piece is done by cast and crew Disney artists from Pixar, Disney Feature and Disney TV Animation. The site will be updating a new piece everyday until the 26th!
Here’s my second art piece I did for QPop's "Tokusatsu 2: Revenge of The Kaiju Japanese Sci-fi" Art Show! This was done with ink brush pen, gel pen and prisma markers. The event will be this Saturday Nov 16th, @ 128 Astronaut E S Onizuka St. Los Angeles CA. There will be Kaiju costume contests, art and fun! Check it out. This piece is available online!
Here’s one of two art pieces I did for QPop's "Tokusatsu 2: Revenge of The Kaiju Japanese Sci-fi" Art Show! It will be be this Saturday Nov 16th, @ 128 Astronaut E S Onizuka St. Los Angeles CA. There will be Kaiju costume contests, art and fun! Check it out. This piece is available online!
Just in time for Halloween, I had the privilege of meeting Elvira thanks to some awesome friends who got us back stage. She was extremely nice and gave us Halloween candy! (Which we still have) Her show was pretty awesome, go see it at Knotts CA before its too late! She’s a very fun lady to draw. ;3
I’m just blowin’ off some steam. I think I’ll name her sloth Tube-sock.
It was Paul Rudish “Creator of the Mickey Mouse Shorts” Birthday over the weekend and we through a fun surprise Birthday party for him on Friday. I ended up drawing the card which was so fun and hard to keep secret since he reviews my work a lot. I had to draw him with his babies of course. He’s the best boss ever. <3
Here’s a quick paint to congratulate the premiere of Uncle Grandpa this Monday! I’ve been dying to see this show finally come together. A lot of talented people worked hard to make this show happen. It’s so imaginative how they’ll show a psychical gag and then another and another, they just keep on coming. You never know where they’ll go next. Its so fun and I love how a cartoon can just play and be a cartoon. Its silly and brilliant and deserves praise. I’ve seen a lot of animatics and the episodes just get better and better. I’m stoked to see them all completed. Go watch it!
Be sure to catch "New York Weenie" this Friday, July 5th on the Disney Channel.