What's new in Spring 2017?
We did it, fiendish friends! Thanks to your kindness, generosity, and all-around grooviness, my new comic book Scapula and the Sinister Monster Doom Legion was successfully funded. I'll be posting updates to backers about what happens next, but for here and now I wanted to thank you all again for helping to make this happen.
For Scapula’s tenth year anniversary, I’ve written and drawn a massive special issue in the style of the great golden/silver age comic books. This 52-page beast contains all-new stories and artwork, along with loads of extras for all of the backers who made it possible!
Creating and publishing SCAPULA for the past ten years has been one of the greatest joys of my artistic career, and I hope that everyone, both old fans and new, will join the fun!
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In other news, I've been working as a storyboard artist on a new animated series since the beginning of the year; it's been a fun and extremely intensive job, but I am grateful for anytime I can get a studio paycheck! I'll post more about it when the show is released and hopefully get some videos up here for you.
Last year I worked as a storyboard artist on the animated movie Barbie: Video Game Hero, which has just been released. The production crew were some of the very best people I've ever worked with and the movie itself was a fun challenge. If you have kids, or just like lots of shiny colors, check it out.
The sequence above was probably the single most intensive thing I've ever storyboarded (I wont tell you how many times I had to redo it), but the end results are amazing and I really must give due credit to the animators, CG artists, directors, and everyone else who came together to make my boards into something great.
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