Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Bela Lugosi

One of the promised Bela Lugosi portraits. Speaking of Bela Lugosi, if you haven't seen Tim Burton's film ED WOOD, I highly suggest it; it's Burton's best movie (even better than Planet of the Apes). But seriously, it's really, really good. Martin Landau gives an Oscar-winning performance as Count Dracula himself, Bela Lugosi. As for performances from the actual Bela Lugosi, check out director Ed Wood's Plan 9 from Outer Space, where he gives a great performance, even though he was dead when the movie was made...but I don't need to tell you guys this, you should all already know.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Vincent Price

A digital painting I spit out. I have 2 Bela Lugosi's in the mix. One time, in Storyboarding class, a student (we'll call him "C. Cebulski") said the words, "Who's Vincent Price?" That student was killed that day in class.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Paintings for Count Goulash

Here's a Hanna-Barbera-like background I made for my Count Goulash animation. Photoshop, Photoshop, Photoshop. Also, here's a close-up shot of Goulash's finger pointing at his calendar.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Muppet Madness #3

Back again, not with new work yet, but another Muppet Madness. I know you've all been waiting for it. Here's a funny one. Jim Henson is the one voicing the machine. His speaking voice sounds like Kermit a bit, eh?

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Crest Production Board

Finished the production boards for my Crest assignment in Storyboarding class.

Pokemon Kid

Been a while since I posted. I made some more doodles of the kid from this post:

Two of his faces in the above picture could be considered "off model." I don't believe that character model sheets are set in stone. As long as there's enough there to make the character easily recognizable and it's a good drawing, it works for me.