Someone asked for a print version of an extremely old doodle. It had been fun cleaning it up.
Monday, February 11, 2013
A test sketch without the splint. It would be cool if this actually happened.
To those who celebrate it, have a prosperous venture into the year of the water snake :) Don't forget to have a wonderful and safe holiday, everyone!
Monday, December 17, 2012
Some quick, random designs of humanoid reptiles.
I imagined they are more desert-based, hence the warm colour tones. However, they should be excellent climbers and swimmers too (this explains their bulky upper body and tail for balance). Their lanky physique is meant for speed since they need to be quick in catching their meal or avoid being one.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Ladies and gentlemen,
As one of the storyboard artists and assistant directors of Giggle Garage, I would like to thank everyone who had voted for ORIGANIMALS... because it had snagged FIRST PLACE of DigiCon6 (We now have the chance to compete with other entries from all over Asia in Japan)!
Congratulations to Glue Studios - their IP, RIMBA RACER, ties on first place with the beautiful Sunsastera for the IPCC Super Pitch this year (which is a first time for such an event)! I had the pleasure of working alongside the wonderful talents involved in this project as the character designer and storyboard artist during the early stage of the project :) Do feast your eyes on their full sizzle trailer here.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Still in the mood for TMNT:
Based his design on the upcoming Nickelodeon 2012 series. I did not make up the kusarigama, but he still keeps his infamous nunchaku.
Still entertaining the thought of ageing down Karai to April's age in the series, since I thought she would make an interesting rival for our favourite redhead in high school (I doubt that might happen though):
My take on her casual outfit - that is when she's not running Foot errands or attacking heroes in a half shell.
Based this one on Dan-Duncan's IDW Karai design.
Saturday, July 28, 2012
I had an amazing series of smudged inks and spilled marker spatters while working on this piece. After several ruined cards, I have to say this one is the most successful :)
Ink and Copic Ciao! colour markers on 2.5" x 3.5" sketch card.