Back in 2008 I drew a quick little comic strip about the adventures of a redheaded lifeguard named Justin. Six years later I turned it into a minute long animation that's on the adult swim website. Check it out:
This was my piece for the Robot Chicken DC Comics Art Show. It's based on my favorite sketch from Robot Chicken DC Comics 2, animated by Cam Baity:
BuddyFest is an annual film fest at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. This year they asked for everyone's first attempts at animation. I submitted my 1996 "Demo Reel" and won Best in Show. Afterwards, I did a short interview. Check it out on the blog.
You've probably heard about this movie by now. I helped animate a few seconds of the end credits. The movie is CG, but the end credits were created by using real legos and stop-motion animation. It's fantastic, go see it immediately.
Update: Check out this piece that Art of the Title did about the credits.
I got to work on a commercial with these super talented and friendly guys from Argentina who call themselves the Can Can Club. They have an awesome style and do all sorts of insanely impressive projects. Check them out.
Here is an episode of Friendship All-Stars of Friendship that I animated.
I got to do some animation for Übermansion, which is up on the adult swim website right now awaiting your votes. It's a neat show about a bunch of heroes living in a big mansion. Created by Zeb Wells, and Bryan Cranston does the voice of the main guy.
I'm also doing some animation for Friendship All-Stars of Friendship, which is a hilarious new web-series about silly celebrity friendships.
The "Friendship All Stars of Friendship" show at iam8bit was great. Everyone's art looked super duper. My illustration of Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson sold, and that always feels good. Earlier in the day I got to meet Doug TenNapel and that was amazing.