been meaning to post these for a while. Some gifs of my favorite scenes
that I animated for the Cloudy 2 shorts. One from each short …Earl
Scouts. ..Attack of the 50ft Gummi… Steve’s First Bath… and Super Manny.
I’m pretty sure the shorts can be found online, but they’re also a
bonus feature on the DVD and Blu-ray. The Character Layouts on these
scenes were a combined effort between myself and Angelo Vilar. I
animated them. Backgrounds were done by Ivan Aguirre and Arthur Loftis.
Character Designs were a joint effort by David Feiss and Joey Chou.
Compositing by Tony Christopherson.
I recently designed and did some animation for the premiere episode
of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee featuring Louis
CK. You can check out the link above to see the episode. It was a
complete pleasure to work under these two comedic icons. Jerry wanted it
to be reminiscent of those “Sein-imation” shorts from the Seinfeld DVDs
but I tried to add a bit of my own sensibilities to it. Some of my
design exploration is pictured above.
Here's the second Cloudy 2 short I had the pleasure of working on.
Once again I did a bunch of character layout and animation for it.
This was actually the last one we worked on. Throughout the entire production of these shorts I couldn't wait to get my hands on Earl. I did a lot of the stuff in the beginning and at the very end of him screaming and flipping around. A really fun character to animate. At first I was bummed when I heard Terry Crews took over for Mr. T. But after working with his performance, I have to say that Terry Cruise ended up doing a much better job with the character. There's nothing better than getting some fun, energetic voice acting to animate with.
If you’re in the Los Angeles area on April 27th come check out the 50
years of Bond tribute show at Qpop gallery in Little Tokyo. A ton of
talented artists are involved. Should be a good time.
Above is my piece titled “Bond Girl”.
I don't know why I never posted this, but here's a metlife commercial we worked on at 6PH for the 2012 Superbowl. It was a pretty quick project but a fun opportunity to animate some iconic characters. Who better to buy life insurance from than cartoon characters....anvil coverage is extra though.....also I'm surprised Fat Albert was able to get coverage.