After a two year stint working in the video game biz, I managed to gain a wealth of new knowledge and a host of great new friends. I worked on storyboards and pre-viz for a Warhammer game and as a concept artist for an Avatar game. Here are just a few rough examples.
Back in the late 90's, Bob Camp and I made a pilot with Film Graphics for Cartoon Network. It was based on a loose idea I had, about a kid who's just lucky. At that stage, the networks were quite interested but it was still just a loose idea. That's where Bob comes in to the picture, he grabbed the premise instantly and turned it into a properly structured cartoon, bringing tons of "funny" into the concept. Needless to say of course , that Linda Simensky and Kahki Jones, over at C.N. at the time, were paramount to this whole project. They were keen on Lucky Lydia right from the start. Cartoon Network green lit the pilot, we made it and it went to air. Although the series was never picked up, we still had a lot of fun writing the stories and producing the animation.
Bob made up the word "Coolaroid", meaning two things really, cool and hemorrhoids, a form of Yin and Yang, good and bad.
I decided to post up some of the stuff that I've worked on over the last ten years or so. A mixed bag really, some of this material made it, some of it never even saw the light of day. Most of this will be posted randomly, not in the order of history so I'll attempt to explain the stuff along the way.