Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Claude & Chunkie colors

Here's a quickie sample of one of the panel fully colored and finalized. As you can see,I've done 2 colored versions : One retaining the rough pencil lines, the other cleaned up for the characters. Then I went further to check the B&W quality of each version to see how they'd fare as our artbook will be published without colors this time 'round. Hope you like it ,folks!

Friday, November 25, 2011


What's Thanksgiving without some of the good ol' classics??? :D Here are some of my favorites from The Peanut Gang,Garfield and of course, Tom & Jerry.

To all of my friends celebrating Thanksgiving.
Cheers folks! :D

Monday, November 21, 2011

For MnU

One of the many art pieces I've worked on for my art group's new upcoming book. Hopefully it'll come to fruition. I'm calling him Foxy for now.

Cheers and hope you like it folks! :D

Friday, November 18, 2011

It's DONE!!!

The new sets for my Claude and Chunkie installation has been complete! Here's a sneak preview of the roughs with inks for you.
Cheers folks!

Friday, November 04, 2011

Happy Belated Birthday Cal

Have been so caught up with work that I have to hustle myself to really make up for the many belated birthday art gifts I've as yet to complete. Here's the first of many. This one is specially dedicated to my best friend's youngest son,Calvin Francis. Hope he can forgive my terrible terrible tardiness. Being a big Spongebob fan ourselves,that's why we warm up and got along so well. :D Happy Belated Birthday,Cal!!!!

An now,something really exciting that's I've only just discovered recently thanks to friend's head's up in FB. It's a short clip called 'The Emperor's New Clothes' by director Steffen Schaeffler from Pascal Blais Studio. Am resolved and inspired that this should be the technique to aim for in any of my future animation projects. *big grins*

And many new animated features to look forward to coming soon ...
A Monster in Paris/Un Monstre a Paris

Image extracts from : http://megabluelove.livejournal.com/9225.html

I love Dr. Seuss! So looking forward to the same team at Illumination Animation and Universal that did such a fine job rendering his heart warming imagination and literature to the big screens including 'Despicable Me'. No doubt, their new trailer really got me all excited for it's release next year.
For those who can remember this wonderful animated classic take by the likes of Friz Freleng, Maurice Noble, Hawley Pratt,Ted Geisel and more, here's a quickie trip down memory lane 'The Lorax'.

And finally...'Brave' from Disney/Pixar. I can hardly wait!