Tuesday, July 14, 2009

LYDIA PILOT LINK (at last)




1990's, Lucky Lydia, Pilot,Cartoon Network, Arthur Filloy, Bob Camp,@arthurfilloy

Well, it all got too hard to try and convert a DVD file to post on this blog, soooooooh,
I've now got a link for both the LUCKY LYDIA trailer and the pilot episode.
Here we go....



Saturday, May 23, 2009

Fantasy Aircraft

Here are a couple of fictitious aircraft I designed for my cartoon aircraft blog called "DRAWN PATROL".
These was done purely for fun.
2008, Brisbane, personal art@arthurfilloy
2008, Brisbane, personal art@arthurfilloy

Health Care Illo.

This was a pitch for a health care campaign. Had to emulate an existing art style.


2000's, Brisbane, campaign pitch@arthurfilloy

Friday, May 8, 2009

Avatar and Warhammer

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.


2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloyChain Bolt Concept - Warhammer




2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloySpace Marine Pre-viz 1 - Warhammer




2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloySpace Marine Pre-viz 2 - Warhammer




2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloy
Exterior Prison  - Avatar




2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloyBattle Wall  - Avatar 




2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloySun Temple Ruins  - Avatar



2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloyTrap Room 1 Ruins  - Avatar



2008, 2009, Avatar, Video Game Concept Art, War Hammer@arthurfilloyTrap Room 2 Ruin - Avatar

Saturday, January 24, 2009

LUCKY LYDIA

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.









Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy

Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy

Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy

Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy



Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy



Animation Pitch, Cartoon Network, Pilot.@arthurfilloy
Bob made up the word "Coolaroid", meaning two things really, cool and hemorrhoids, a form of Yin and Yang, good and bad.



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Saturday, January 3, 2009

CONCEPT ART

Lately I've been working for a video game company on various projects, these are a few level sketches.


2008, Brisbane, Video Game Concept Art@arthurfilloy
2008, Brisbane, Video Game Concept Art@arthurfilloy
2008, Brisbane, Video Game Concept Art@arthurfilloy
2008, Brisbane, Video Game Concept Art@arthurfilloy