Also not the stop motion set pictures (WHAAAAAA??) but here's a bit of work I've been doing for the good people at Sunlion Tangerines in Florida. Auditioned for an online animated commercial with their brand character, Sunlion. Seems like they're going in another direction with the commercial for now, but I wanted to get what I have done online.
Friday, March 1, 2013
So it's been a minute, and I have more to show you all very soon, once I get all the build pictures together (BUILD PICTURES, WHAAAA?) but I wanted to throw my latest promotional work for Thorne Lounge up here. It's a real fun place to play and have a few drinks at, and all my music friends have benefited from playing there, so I like to throw my skills their way when I can. Here's what we've had going on lately.
This is the show I host every Monday that you should be ashamed of yourself for not attending...
Here's the promo for my show next Saturday with The Big Bad Wolf
And here's the post card/business card I made up for them with Big Bad Wolf's Zoe Clemmons. Photo credit goes to her.
Check out their website for more events and shows this month and stop in some time! Maybe like, March 9th from 8-11pm. Just an idea.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Friday, September 14, 2012
Sunday, August 5, 2012
I just got approved to do a 30sec stop motion commercial for Niswonger Children's Hospital. I designed the characters last year for this children's health initiative, "5210". Basically each character corresponds to healthy daily guidlines for kids, so five different kinds of fruits and vegetables, two hours of screen time, one hour of exercise and zero sugary drinks. I'm making the characters out of twisted wire and a mix of Van Aken clay with Gulf Wax to harden it up a slight bit. I also got to write up a jingle and will be bringing in kids to help me sing it this week. I've given myself till the beginning of September to get it all done. With a little help we should be able to do it. :D Here's the progress so far.
All the feet have tie-downs, but I'll be relying more on flying rigs so the movement will be more fluid.
From the top reading left. Zip, Kid Uno, Fiver, and Twopher. Never mind Zip. It was a long night.