Monday, March 02, 2009

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Something Different...and lame.

Like the title says...this may be majorly boring to some of you, because I have no clue what your musical tastes are. But I bought a music program last year (FL studios) and it let's you make musical crap. I barely know how to use the program.

So, here is my first one minute crap.

Saturday, February 07, 2009

A Plug Post

Sheesh, man! I think it's about time I tell everyone what I've been up to. I now live in California land, and I work at Nickelodeon on an AWESOME show called THE MIGHTY B! The second season just started up, and I'm working with a bunch of awesomely talented people and animation celebrities. The show is super cartoony and we can push the drawings ridiculously far, which means its major worthy of my approval. Check it out if you can. Keep fit and have fun.

Sunday, February 01, 2009

the perfect guy

Yeah. I know. It's been months. Here is a horrible comic.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008


Sorry folks. Super busy. New job and what not. This is the best I can do. A rough cardoon sketch before production. I hope it's legible.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Look Into My Eyeball!

Here is another music clip from The Darkness that I animated to. I wish I could go back and plan it out more, but I'm just sick of hearing the audio over and over again.


Friday, November 07, 2008

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Skadi Run

For those of you who read DUMM comics, I made a run cycle featuring SKADI from Katie Rice and Luke Cormican's comic.

There are a million things I want to fix and tweak, but I gotta draw the line somewhere.

You can read Skadi HERE!

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Darkness, Remastered!

Yeah I know. It's been a long time since I posted. I moved from Vancouver Canada to Burbank California. I've been kinda busy with that stuff.

BUT! Here is a remastered version of my Darkness cartoon. ('remastered', as in, inbetweened. For you non-animator regular folk, that it's better)

Although I'm not too sure how I feel about his tongue at the end. Yay or nay?

Tuesday, September 23, 2008


I've been working on some stuff for a new portfolio, hence the lack of doons. To make up for it, here are some bouncing breasts I animated.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

A Golden Treat

I found this obscure animation hiding in my old files. Enjoy!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Monday, July 07, 2008

Friday, June 27, 2008

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Special sentimental post!

I have this great friend, Caitlin, that I met way back in kindergarten. She lived six houses up the street from me and we journeyed our way through all those childhood and adolescent milestones together until we graduated high school. Best part of all this is, whenever I was bored in class (which was all the time) I drew comics of our adventures. Most of them were true stories, some of them were made-up scenarios, and some of them were...well...not really appropriate to show.

So from grade 8 through grade 12 I would draw these comics on lined paper and give them to her after class. She kept ALL of them in a red binder. Just a while ago I saw her and photocopied them. I am keeping these until I die and if my house ever catches fire, they will be the first thing I will salvage. This is probably only 10% of all the comics I did. Lot's of them were inside jokes no one would get.

okay enough talk. Here are some examples for y'alls.

We'll start at the beginning. I remember when she laughed, she would laugh with her tongue sticking out just a little between her teeth. She grew out of it eventually.

We would bike all the time in the spring and summer. Once this happened:

Eventually we started...'growing up'.

Slowly losing our innocence

That first 'awesome' high school party:

My dad would rarely give us rides home from school. This is one of my favourites. (it takes place in the car if you can't tell)

There were many many times where either Caitlin or I didn't know what the heck the other person was talking about, resulting in major frustration for the speaker.

major. frustration.

even over the phone:

We would fight all the time over really stupid trivial things, usually in English class when we're supposed to be quiet. We would always be friends again in five minutes though.

Another English class fight:

Examples of us being friends after fighting:

One time a group of us tried to sneak into the movie Hannibal, as we were underage. Some of us got caught.

What girls think of learning first aid in high school:

This is me being the designated orderer at a Mcdonalds drive-thru in a van full of girls:

Monday, June 16, 2008

Sunday, June 08, 2008