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Maxfield gets 'physical'... as his new-found hobby becomes more of a habit, our young graffiti artist's creations will begin to take on an undeniably psychedelic tone. This will be completed as a large watercolor painting.
Sketch for closing 1.5 seconds... With their differences (and dinner) behind them, our two heroes will finally 'break' out in celebration. We'll flip outside and pull away from the station window as they continue their dance in silhouette.
These are rough sketches for endpaper designs to appear inside the front and back covers of the Maxfield McCoy kid's book. I'll probably finish these as black and gray tonal drawings with white chalk accents on pale gray pastel paper.
This is a storyboard, rendered in Google Sketchup, for the opening sequence of the Werewolf animation. Establishing the broadcast tower and full moon, then following the ROXY.FM glowing neon letters down, through the stained glass skylight and into the station.
An almost finished first page for the Maxfield McCoy Graffiti Kid book. As we'll soon discover, Maxfield's ever present red scarf (he wears his winter clothes all summer) defies the laws of graviity. And his little terrier, Chess, has a perfectly symmetrical checkerboard coat.
Here is another rough double page spread for the Graffiti Kid story which is now well underway. Maxfield's continual disregard for the clear warning signs he's been receiving will finally catch up with him, resulting in an all out 'sign attack'.
I am in the process of reviving a single frame comic I used to send to clients (along with an invoice) called SugarCubes. I'll post one every Wednesday in the future. They're just meant to be whimsical.
In this double page spread for the 'Graffiti Kid' story, Maxfield begins to suspect that all of the hand lettered signage in the city is being directed personally at him; subconsciously reminding of moral lessons he's already learned but chosen to ignore. I'll finish with ball point pens, black PrismaColor pencil and watercolours.