Thursday, January 31, 2008


Two videos released in one day. How amazing.

Mike and I finally finished Fauxkour. You should go make a comment on YouTube about how amazingly skilled and athletic we appear to be. No pressure or anything, but seriously, go leave a comment or I hope to never see you again.


Last week I did some freelance work for a company that does advertising for pharmaceutical companies, and got an idea for a parody video.

Here is that idea.

I was mostly inspired by that awesome bit of motion graphics done to the audio from a Pulp Fiction scene. The difference being that guy (his name is Jarratt Moody, he hasn't graduated college yet and he has a more impressive resume than me) knows something about typography, whereas I do not.

Monday, January 21, 2008

I directed a music video

Live action is so much faster than animation. Both of the animated music videos I did took months and required many sleepless nights. This took a day.

Music and lyrics by Mike
Starring Sean and Mike

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Greatest Comic Ever

This weekend I was at a friend's country house, and they had a Spanish language collection of Garfield comics. Since I can't read Spanish, as a game I was trying to figure out what the "jokes" were just through the visuals, which was pretty much impossible.

Except for one strip, which I'm sure works much better silent than with whatever he was saying, so I took out the dialogue balloons. Enjoy.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

David Cross Caricature

I drew this after reading David Cross's reasons for doing Alvin and the Chipmunks. I can't really see why anyone would get angry about him doing a movie to make money. Most of my paying work has been on projects I've either been ambivalent about or outright disliked. When I wasn't spending free time on other creative endeavors, this used to really bug me. Now I realize there's only so much I can do about the overall quality of paying projects, and that I should use my time on them to save up money for personal work, and to find something about the actual work to enjoy and use it as an opportunity to stay sharp and improve so that I'll be that much better on the work that I do care about.

Anyone calling David Cross a sell out must be lucky enough to have a job that pays them very well to do exactly what they love.