Hey guys I did a Star Trek poster for Mondo and it’s going on sale today at a random time! I don’t know what time! This is my first poster for Mondo so it’s all an exciting new experience! We’ll see how it goes! I’m told you can follow MondoNews on Twitter to get all the sale info! They are also selling a much cooler poster by Matt Taylor at the same time if you prefer to get that one!

My poster is based on the classic Trek episode “What Are Little Girls Made Of?” which I chose pretty much just because of Sherry Jackson and her amazing duo-tone jumpsuit thing!

Here are some development posters I painted for the Mr. Peabody & Sherman movie like 3 years ago! I’m not totally sure what these were ever used for but they were really fun to make! You can see them in The Art of Mr. Peabody & Sherman book which is AVAILABLE NOW and has lots of really cool pictures in it!

Oh and the Peabodys in these posters were drawn by Craig Kellman!

"You Are Special" by Sherryn Sim

Please watch and share this amazing film created by a super talented young lady named Sherryn Sim (just 13 years old!). The film is about how to deal with bullies and has now become part of Cartoon Network’s anti-bullying campaign.

Sherryn was selected through a special program at Cartoon Network to have her film produced in the studio, and I was lucky enough to be part of the team that helped bring it to life, along with my friends Dave Smith, Stephane Coedel, Jasmin Lai, Damien Gaillardon, Suzie Vlcek, Dominic Bisignano, and more!! However, all we really did was add color and movement and sound - the film is 100% storyboarded, designed, and directed by Sherryn! Oh - it also features Tara Strong (Powerpuff Girls’ Bubbles!) as the narrator! And Sherryn got her friends from school to play the other planets. How cool!

Please click here to watch “You Are Special” and share it with anyone who wants to stop bullies!

Mickey Mouse Shorts!

You guys have probably already watched this and loved it like a million times, but I wanted to post it because I actually did a really tiny amount of work on this like a super long time ago! Paul Rudish asked me to do a few exploratory paintings to help develop and sell the look he wanted, and then showed me his amazing storyboards for both Croissant de Triomphe and No Service. I was really inspired by what he was doing and excited to help out! Interestingly I had actually planned my first ever trip to Paris before getting the assignment, and ended up finishing these paintings on the evening before I left! Now that I have been to Paris twice it’s interesting to look back on these paintings of my imagined version of the city.

*And just to clarify - I had absolutely nothing to do with the finished cartoon! I only worked on it during the very early development stages. There is a list of people who worked on the shorts here on my friend Andy’s blog!