In this animation game, you can spend a lot of energy pitching for projects that as often as not don’t come to anything. But sometimes you at least walk away with a new piece of artwork that you probably wouldn’t have bothered to do otherwise. Below is an example of such.
Trawling through old files I found this selection of aspirational imagery. I did these sketches about three years ago, but I would like to think that if I had taken my sketchbook out onto the streets of uptown L.A in 1984, that this is what I would have seen…
The new year is off to a busy start at SYF towers. Fans in France could stumble out of bed at 3:30pm on January 1st, to see our work featuring in a documentary on Canal Plus. Meanwhile, the tv commercial I’m directing for Tandem is nearing completion, and should be broadcast for the viewing pleasure […]
Belated thanks to Amid Amidi over at Cartoon Brew for featuring my last post (have I really not posted in three months?). I could have done with paying more attention to the spike of visitors (and spam) this blog received that week, but I didn’t. My excuse for this tardiness is that I have been […]
Visit any one of your favourite animation sites at any time, and you will doubtless encounter some sort of aesthetic debacle unfolding, Drawn vs CG. CG vs mocap. Indie vs commercial. Old vs new. East vs west. Cobra vs mongoose. All these debates are really about the same thing – trying to draw a line […]