What's new in Summer 2016?
Monster rock-and-rollers! I did my first rock concert performance recently at Hollywood's legendary Whiskey a Go Go with the coolest ghouls around, The Rhythm Coffin!
For the show I designed and constructed a trio of gigantic monster head props (Dracula, Frankenstein, and Wolfman); this is one of the first times I've been able to incorporate my illustration work into a live act (unless if you count my caricature gigs, which are performances in and of themselves). It was a spectacular show, and not to be my last.
Incidentally, that's me up on stage, playing Frankenstein. Ghoulie good times!
My current storyboard job, an animated feature for Gorilla Pictures, is coming to an end (two animated movies for two different studios and we're only at the halfway point of the year!). As with other studio projects, I can't reveal anything about this film until they make the official announcement, but needless to say it was pretty fun to work on, and I'm already looking forward to my next gig.
Not that my drawing output is limited to just storyboards; June 2016 is another Drawing-a-Day Challenge over on the Aidan Casserly Art page on Facebook. This month's theme is Mystery Science Theater 3000, one of my favorite TV shows ever. I'll be posting a drawing every day of classic monsters from classic movies (and also the really bad ones), so jump on over to Facebook and share the love!
Finally, my comic projects are still in production, but you can see the progress for yourself on the Scapula Comics Patreon page! If you wish to help support me as I bring new comics to life, please consider throwing in a buck or two. You can also help an indie artist out by seeing what's available in the Scapula Book Store. Thankya kindly, comic creeps and freaky fans!
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