This family-friendly holiday CAST 2014 production will bring new meaning and sounds to the Bedford Falls story of good will and cheer. “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” is a fully-staged take on a timeless classic – just like you heard it on the radio – and imagined it in 1948!
The production will include vintage radio commercials, and music of the holiday season. So celebrate the season or joy and be reminded once more that, “It’s a Wonderful Life!”
This is an all ages shows! Tickets $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors 62+, Children 11 and under $10, Groups of 10 or more $12, Family Ticket price: (2 adults and 2 students/children) $50
Lately I’ve had the opportunity to have my work featured in one of Portland’s local papers, The Portland Mercury. I’ve been a Merc fan for a while so it’s been great to be involved. The assignments I’ve gotten so far have been a lot of fun and I hope to do more. Here are the pieces I’ve had printed so far.
I probably over did the detail on this one, considering it was only going to be a 5×4 spot illustration. I really liked the concept from the art director though, so once I got the idea in my head there was no scaling it back.
Back in December Droptree Productions decided they needed to update their look, and I was invited to submit some ideas based on their existing concept. It was described to me like this…
‘We know we want something illustrated, and we’d like to have something that can live big and beautiful on say, a website but can also be simplified and shrunk down to live on a business card or header somewhere else. Because our office is out in the country, and operates somewhat like a clubhouse for 30 year old dudes (along with the fact that our name is Droptree), we think that having a treehouse as a logo would be perfect.’
I recently storyboarded a commercial for Bic Pens, produced by the fine folks at Droptree Productions. Like most commercial productions, the schedule wasn’t very forgiving. Detailed storyboards helped to speed up the time spent on set and made the days work more efficient. Which is a good thing when you are trying to condense what should be a few days worth of work into one. Of course it helps to have a director with a clear vision, like Brian Baldwin, overseeing things. While not every shot is going to exactly match the board, they served as a good jumping off point.
Below are some select storyboards placed against stills from the final project. Check them out! Continue reading →
Haven’t updated the ol’ website for a spell so here are a bunch of random pieces I’ve done recently.
I had a lot of Love Toon orders from my Valentine’s Sale. Here are a few of them. The zombie one was my favorite to draw. (I’ve never drawn a zombie before. Isn’t that weird?) More after the jump. Continue reading →
It was a busy holiday season for Love Toons. I had more commissions than anticipated from old and new clients and it kept me good and busy. It is always nice when a client has a creative idea for their Toon, and this year’s crop did not disappoint. Here are some of my favorite pieces from this year.
First off, here is one I made for my wife for Christmas. I’m my own favorite client this year. Deal with it.