Pixie Cop work in progress

Very early designs.


Character Design tip

When designing new characters, you want to get the most amount of personality across in your sketches. One way of doing that easily is drawing a day in the life of that character. Where do they wake up? Are they a morning person? Who’s the first person they speak to? Are they late for anything? What do they fill their time with? Who’s giving them a hard time? Who is cheering them up? What do they do at night? How late do they stay up?

Seriously, you’ll learn a ton of information about your character, and you’ll be drawing them in situations that tell a story, rather than static poses. I don’t know if this will help you, but I’ve just started doing this and it helps me massively.


My First Pitch

ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED! I was lucky enough to be invited to pitch a show to Cartoon Network this week. Yes, CARTOON NETWORK IN BURBANK WHERE THE MAKE ALL THE GOOD STUFF OMG OMG. I showed them Lactose Intolerant and it got a fantastic reaction, which is really all you can ask for, especially when pitching 100% dairy humor. Anyway, I hear back in two or three weeks about what they want to do, so fingers crossed. With so many things out of your control, it’s just a relief to do a good pitch and not completely mess it up.


More Lactose Intolerant stuff

Preparing for a pitch to Cartoon Network this week. These are for that.


Rory Tinysaurus

Some characters for an idea I’m working on.


Return of the Primates

Bringing these guys back with a new twist. It’s about a pizza parlor run by monkeys, and an epic rivalry to get the attention of a certain special lady. 


Lactose Characters

First shot of the characters together. More soon.


Lactose Intolerant

Working on a new cartoon pitch called Lactose Intolerant. I have the basic idea in my mind and now I’m just sketching to see what comes out.

These guys are Lactoids, basically milk creatures in the future that have gone bad.


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