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New Voice Over Gig (Volunteer)

So, very cool news. I was recently invited to join the Fanboy Features group as a voice actor; a group which produces Star Wars fan films using in-engine graphics from Battlefront 1 and 2. They initially wanted me for Governor Tarkin because of my existing impression video, but I think I’ve made a case to also portray old Obi-wan, C3PO, and Director Orson Krennic whenever they are needed.

Speaking of which, the head of Fanboy Features worked with me last night to record an original script of his for an Audio Drama experience, which was just uploaded this morning. In it I play Krennick, Tarkin, and a few side voices in probably one of the more intense and…I would honestly say better acted scenes I’ve ever done.

I am extremely excited about future projects and films with them...

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Hooray for My 400 Fans

My Deviantart gallery has reached it’s latest milestone of 400 watchers. This is an extremely quick leap ahead after being at just 300 watchers only 4 months ago. Before that, it took since the year prior to reach 300. So the audience is accelerating just as the artwork is pouring in more than ever. I am so proud to be able to say that.

The future may look very uncertain and rocky considering the whole net neutrality vote controversy, along with other developments in the current government and ongoing protests and fights across the nation. But I feel hopeful for 2018 in a lot of small but meaningful ways...

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New Art: Columbo and Bonkers

Just completed a short few moments ago, we have a triple mash-up between “Columbo,” Disney’s “Bonkers,” and the original movie poster for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” I mainly created this image based on a throw-away line from Lucky Pickel, the human cop character from the first season of “Bonkers;” who, while reading off possible lines from a list of interview responses, says, “a guy who watches Columbo reruns in his sleep.” You see, he was using this as a key reason why he’d be qualified for promotion. So how could I not tie Columbo into the Disneyfied world of Bonkers?

Columbo and Bonkers

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New Art: RedLetterMedia Nukie Tapes

Super BIG fan of RedLetterMedia and their Best of the Worst, B-movie review series. So in honor of one of their most elusive in-jokes, and most teased episode subjects, I created this image showing their growing collection of VHS copies of “Nukie,” an infamously terrible knockoff of “E.T.”

RLM – We Did It All For the Nukie

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New Art: Sherlock Holmes Caricature Series

Also, something big that I just completed, my 15-part Caricature series on Sherlock Holmes actors. All of my favorites are here, for better or worse. These were the most notable inclusions anyway, but some others definitely missed out. Maybe I’ll add a few more to the series in the future.

The Many Faces of Sherlock Holmes

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New Art: Rouge the Bat

Some new artworks for ya’ll this week. I finished up a few bust portraits of favorite women cartoon characters, including Rouge the Bat, Sally Acorn, Sawyer (Cats Don’t Dance), and Kim Possible.

Rouge the Bat – BUST

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Scale & Bone: First Kindra Designs

I just completed 4 new Portraits of my new heroine, Kindra, the star of my short film, “Scale & Bone.”

She is my first African character, who was always in the idea for this film from the beginning. Since she lives in a fantasy world with fictional land-masses, I’m not exactly sure where she will be descended from. But since the ancient history of this world won’t need to be worked out in the short, it likely won’t matter much. The real backstory is where she calls home. And that is a multi-cultural society of warriors who serve all peoples, and will provide aid where ever it is needed. They will have a particular structure to how their society works, a council of Elders most likely. And I’ve considered having Kindra’s uncle be the highest leader of their legion...

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Latest Art: Sonic, My Hero

My latest piece of fan-art is quickly garnering dozens of favorites. It’s a pretty unique piece among my works, as it’s the first (I think) that I’ve used an exaggerated wide-angle to capture the largest area of action.

This piece is based on the ending animated cut-scene from the Sonic CD, my favorite of the classic side-scrolling Sonic game series.

Sonic CD: My Hero

Sonic CD – My Hero

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A New Short Film Begins

If you’re curious to know what’s next for me, after completing “BIll & Maggie,” here’s a little insider info.

The next project in my movie-making plans is an RPG inspired fantasy story, that focuses entirely on the conversation between two distinctly unique and contrasting characters. The new short will aim to capture most of its visuals “in-camera,” rather than through an excessive use of green-screens as on “Bill & Maggie.” And its goal will be to develop richer and more vibrant characters that draw you into their world, enough that you will want to see where the story goes after the short is over...

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