Just lately, in the few hours between going to bed and actually falling asleep, I’ve been reading a series of books by Charlie Higson, a well-known UK writer and comedian (The Fast Show and others). This particular series starts with the first instalment “The Enemy”, the premise for which is basically that everyone on earth ►►
The intro cinematic I made for EA2D’s Dragon Age: Legends, now owned by Bioware.
I was recently given an opportunity by Wizards of the Coast to come up with my own ideas for a DnD-themed webcomic. I’m not sure exactly what their plans are for this new section but it appears they’re simply getting a bunch of artists together and gauging which makes an impact. Here is the full ►►
The Dashkin intro cinematic is finally here! Music by Lee Miller. Narration by Raymond Coyle.
My second music video, which I wrote and animated for Cilla Jane’s song “Into the Woods”.
D&D Cartoon #7 – RedBox Ninjas.
This is the story of the last of the Dashkin.
D&D Cartoon #6 – DMG2: The Lady of Pain
D&D Cartoon #5 – The Demogorgon and the Gnome.
A short project for a client’s corporate video.
This was another attempt to make something from start to finish in a single day, but it ended up taking two. It’s also the first time I used ToonBoom instead of Flash for a personal work. I used Animate Pro 2 which, back then (early 2009), was known as Digital Pro. The response to this ►►
ssssh, children.. Listen very, very carefully and you may just hear Santa when he visits your house.
D&D Cartoon #4 – The Red Dragon Interview
D&D Cartoon #3 – The Mindflayer’s Interview
D&D Cartoon #2 – The Tiefling and the Gnome.
By his own actions, the fastest creature in the world is brought to a slow, painful crawl.
D&D Cartoon #1 – Interview with D&D’s iconic dungeon dweller, The Beholder
30 shorts in 30 days. Some day I’ll do another 30. That’s a promise.
Ad agency Biggs Gilmore commissioned me to create this animated video for a Kellogg’s promo song by Ralph’s World.
Another Halloween short.
Is Bitey’s speed any match for the Yuyu horde?
A lost baby morrug finds himself alone in the Brackenwood grasslands.
This very short, scary piece was originally intended as a last-minute Halloween piece in 2004, but happened to finally get done 7 months later.
Bitey goes to the river for a drink, where he encounters 5 prowlies.