Hang out with Rex, Spike, Tre, and Flyboys Pip and Zip the “Dinosaur Dudes!” Kids will have an awesome time learning numbers 1-10 while reading about the fun antics of these skate boarding, rollerblading, and scootering little dinosaur dudes!
Pierre is an artist that paints with his tale and Pal’ette is his faithful sidekick. “Pierre First Show” will help children become aware of and appreciate the world around them as well as inspire their own creativity! Parents and children will also recognize characters based on famous artists.
I really enjoyed working on this e-card…probably because I could never grow tired of listening to Israel Kamakawiwo’ole beautiful rendition of “Over the Rainbow.”
Hilarious E-card shorts written by Tracy L. from Hallmark for Easter.
I did the design and animation along with the …ahem…goofy dad voice. ; )
My first e-card for Hallmark.com
Here’s another e-card I designed and animated. It’s Poisons cover of Kiss’s “Rock n’ Roll All Night.” Long live the mullet!
Here’s a fun e-card I did based on Warner Bros. “One Froggy Evening” gag.
Chris Harding did a storyboard and I went a little twisted with it. I added some of my own dialogue ( & voice) based on “Eric Roberts” performance in the movie “Pope of Greenwhich Village” that also stared a young unbattered Mickey Roarke. One of my all time favorite movies mostly because of Roberts.
“My thumb! Look what they did to my thumb!!!”
To promote our Honk-Honk-Ashoo toy promotion in Target, I dressed up as Honk, went to Times Square and Central Park in NYC, gave away Honk toys and drew cartoons for children. Yes I did do this. You can watch it here in all it’s shameless glory.
( Batman vs Gojira )
Gouache on wood 14″ x 14″
Here are pics of the piece I did for Mark Nagata’s Toy Karma 2 show this weekend, Sept. 5th 2009 hosted by Kirby and Whitney @ Rotofugi in Chicago.
Here’s a piece I did for my pal Mark Nagata’s Captain Max Toy and Target Earth’s Gameldon toy collaboration. My illustration was part of a packet of Japanese “Bromide Cards”, (sort of like big trading cards) depicting various artists interpertations of theses fantastic toys.