Friday, November 30, 2007


This is getting to be a bit of fun...
I've been wanting to do a bit more drawing for myself and pleasure, and have been trying to set out to just do a doodle for myself everyday.
And cute girls beat monsters and aliens.

Thursday, November 29, 2007


More playing about. This time with the new PITT pencil I've picked up.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

supposed to be working

Just a random pic, having a doodle while I'm s'posed to be working.
Playing with line and shape.
Why not draw a cute chick?As you may tell, I've never really mastered the art of drawing hair.

Monday, November 26, 2007

More environments

Here we go, some more environmental art from the game. These pieces are from the dungeon sequence, if you couldn't tell.
I was in the midst here of trying to reorganise the production process too, and plan out the environments for the levels.

It's felt a bit odd doing environmental art after so many years on character work and animation. It feels strange spending so much more time on a drawing.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Dogstar preparing to launch

I got word last week that the last show I worked on, an animated series "Dogstar" is finally going to get it's Australian premiere. It will launch on Channel Nine on Tuesday, November 27th in the evening and play Tuesdays through to Fridays at 4.oopm.
For more news check out the show's website or Media World's site which has full details of the series.

Sunday, November 04, 2007

Picking back up the pencil...

Well, after all of the excitement of a new baby (thanks to everyone for their well wishes), my paternity leave went by rather quickly and I was back to work.. and then off to Canada after three days to look at the film that we're making a game of and collect up to date Art Assets. That was a bit of a whirlwind, but also a great opportunity to catch up with some of the old Disney crew.
Back at work now with somewhat renewed vigour and a sense of vindication.
Here's a slight change of tact that I've been working on for the last couple of months, creating environmental concepts. The following three images were created in "Sketchbook Pro" and coloured in Photoshop.