I had the privilege of working on the final episode of this season’s Bravest Warriors! I got to design all sorts of goodies, including the Pony Lords, the full evolution of the monster door and Beth’s paralyzed horse!
I thought I’d throw some of my favorite designs up here!
Little known fact, I worked on (the awesome) Pete Browngardt’s Secret Mountain Fort Awesome before it was kicked off of Cartoon Network! I’d have to say that it was one of the most intense, but fun productions I have ever worked on. I never threw any of the artwork up here, because, well… I’m forgetful. But I figured that I would now! I picked a few silly images to put here. There are lots more, but I seem to have misplaced them. When I come across them again, I will add them to the collection.
I truly loved working this production, and all the lovely people I got to meet on it.
Plus, drawing butts and pimples all day was fucking sweet.
Here’s a lil’ comic about peeing, and children. This one is also a true story. I’ve also included as an additional bonus, my shitty pre-comic sketches (just click dur link)! Please to enjoy this comic of urination. (Click the comic itself for a crazy-stupid-large-legible version of the image)
I rarely ever draw people I dig or preexisting characters, but due to a massive overdose of Die Antwoord, I couldn’t control my hands as they scrawled out images of Yo-Landi Vi$$er, who is already a living cartoon character. I expect more doodles of her in the future, as she’s just WAY to fun to draw. The finished product is based on this here sketch…
I painted a 4 peice collection called “The Bloodies”, including “Mashy” the Mallet, “Jabby” the Bottle, “Choppy” the Cleaver, and “Poppy” the Gun. Each painting is 6×6 inches, painted with acrylic inks on pine panels!
Here’s a write-up about the show!
7pm to 10pm
Comics have long been accused of transforming young, impressionable children into savage maniacs incapable of existing as productive members of society. This is of course, completely ridiculous. At worst, comics warp fragile minds into wanting to become cartoonists themselves, which is arguably slightly better than the juvenile delinquent scenario. In any case, comics are here to stay, whether uptight citizens like it or not. The artists on display in “Seduction of the Idiots” are all examples of what can happen when comic and cartoon addiction is not dealt with early enough. Let this art show serve as a warning to parents everywhere; know what your child is watching and reading every second of their lives. The last thing you want is to be the parent of an idiot.
Featuring Artwork by:
Chris Eliopoulos (Chicago, IL)
Michael DeForge (Toronto, ON)
David DeGrand (Weatherford, TX)
Bob Flynn (Boston, MA)
J.R. Goldberg (Los Angeles, CA)
Chris Houghton (Detroit, MI)
John Martz (Ottawa, ON)
Dan Moynihan (Boston, MA)
Kaz Prapuolenis (Los Angeles, CA)
Katie Rice (Los Angeles, CA)
Rebecca Sugar (Los Angeles, CA)
Steve Wolfhard (Toronto, ON)
Exhibit runs from August 27th to September 12th
ottawa, ontario k1n 7e2