Thursday, February 20, 2014

Secret Vimeo Location-And something that probably should have been kept secret

The credit is from the horror short I storyboarded. It has won Shriek Fest in the short category. I posted that news earlier. I've seen it now. Came out great. It's top secret until he gets all the festival runs and the DVD deal worked out. So I can't share it. But it's sweet.
Very low budget but genius shoot arounds and use of limitations.
And good acting. Very pretty actress and the guy is doing a great chauvinist, type A, guy from MadMen early 60s.
The biker thing I did on the cintiq last night.
Came about because Frenden, the fellow who reviews all the drawing monitors, did a drawing where he was complaining about how hard it is to draw a motorcycle. But that he wanted to draw Ghost Rider. And his biggest client is Harley Davidson. And, to wrap up, he didn't do too great a job on the drawing. So I thought, I think I'll draw a bike and a biker.
Using selection tools for a lot of the drawing.


Rickart said...

Nice credit!

I assume that this is the same Frenden who makes the PS and MS brushes, yes?

Davis Chino said...

Hilarious burning bike. Nice pout on him.

And congrats on yr role in the movie. I gave their Facebook updates many "likes" on yr behalf!

MrGoodson2 said...

I saw those. Thanks a lot for all the likes. Marwan wants me to board a car commercial now. Hope I can do it.

Yes Rick. He did this drawing that really was 101 awkward. Had zero gesture in it. No real grasp of the figure and the hard to draw Bike was also pretty poorly thought through.
Surprised me , having gotten big clients and such. But his strength is his design ideas for fonts, logos, branding types of things.

He just need lots of work before he can do comics that look as cool as his graphic notions.

MrGoodson2 said...

I did these hand stretches just for the hell of it. Hand feels great,. need to make it a practice.

MrGoodson2 said...

I'm goofing with drawing and painting exclusively with adjustment layers. I'll dial it in a bit tonight. Be ready to do something cool and digital by my Tuesday-Wednesday weekend.
The guy that was chief engineer, over me as a maintenance guy, quit. He was super easy going, sounded like Frank Hill on King of the Hill.
Now the dynamic may change at work. Hopefully not too bad. The guy that may be in line to replace him was characterized as "being a prick" by the other two guys at work.
My serenity is threatened by the only thing that makes a bad job. Bad bosses and co-workers.

MrGoodson2 said...

Well, the kind of work can also be bad. Can be insufferable in fact.