Friday, November 12, 2010

Saturday, October 9, 2010


My submission for this past week's Picture This meeting.

Friday, October 1, 2010


This was going to be my submission for yesterday's Picture This meeting, which unfortunately fell on the same day as moving day for me.

The Colony Storyboards

The tiniest fraction of my final project for Storyboarding class. The assignment was to board out a story you'd written yourself. If you want to see the full story, send me an email.

Lord of the Rings Storyboards

A few pages from the Mines of Moria sequence I boarded out for Ricardo's class. If you're interested in seeing the full sequence, drop me an email.

Superbad Storyboards

Some boards I did for the ID sequence in Superbad. Again, if you want to see the whole sequence, just drop me an email.

WALL-E Storyboards

As many pages as Blogger will allow from my take on the intro sequence from WALL-E. Done for Storyboarding class with Ricardo Delgado. Blogger can't take PDFs apparently, so these Storyboarding posts are only going to be the tip of the iceberg as far as the total volume of boards I've done. If anyone wants to check out the full sequences, hit me up via email and I'll send them to you.

Character Designs

Character designs from a graphic novel I've been working on.

Here's your future

A future cityscape from Historical Environments

...But it's very pretty hubris

Underwater Art Nouveau hotel with a jellyfish motif is my top pick for a good Bond villain location. More from Historical Environments.

Jaisalmer Roof Runner

More from Historical Environments.

Baroque Rundown

More from Historical Environments. My inner jackass just liked the idea that someone would devote the time, energy and technical aptitude it would require to build a Da Vinci style flying machine, and then just chase people around with it.

One of my top 3 swordfight locations

Flying buttresses on a Gothic Cathedral, from Historical Environments for Matte Painting with Gary Meyer.

Visual Development, pt 2

More from VisDev.

Visual Development, pt 1

The story of Iggy Pigalof, a little boy the size of a thumb. From Visual Development with Will Weston.