So whaddya think? Smells lovely huh? If you know me, you know that a site overhaul has been on my to-do list for several years. And yet, it’s only been 4 days since the ball finally got rolling. I’ve made several attempts over the last couple of years, waving cash under the noses of friends ►►
To complement EA/Bioware’s gritty RPG epic, Dragon Age: Origins, EA2D created Dragon Age Journeys. It’s adventure role playing with turn-based combat in the fantasy genre (spells, swords, monsters, etc.) Built with Flash, it’s free and played directly in the browser. EA2D is a division of EA Games. They took Daniel Stradwick, a hugely successful indie ►►
At the end of last year I completed some illustration work for Dungeons & Dragons’ latest ‘The Player’s Strategy Guide‘. As it’s been published now, I’m allowed to show the stuff I did for it. The book is full of incredible work by other artists too, so it’s a huge honour to be sharing page ►►
D&D Cartoon #6 – DMG2: The Lady of Pain
D&D Cartoon #5 – The Demogorgon and the Gnome.
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A short project for a client’s corporate video.
This was another attempt to make something from start to finish in a single day, but it ended up taking two. It’s also the first time I used Toon Boom instead of Flash for a personal work. I used Animate Pro 2 which, back then (early 2009), was known as Digital Pro. The response to ►►
D&D Cartoon #4 – The Red Dragon Interview
D&D Cartoon #3 – The Mindflayer’s Interview
D&D Cartoon #2 – The Tiefling and the Gnome.
D&D Cartoon #1 – Interview with D&D’s iconic dungeon dweller, The Beholder
Ad agency Biggs Gilmore commissioned me to create this animated video for a Kellogg’s promo song by Ralph’s World.
Berrima NSW, Australia May, 2004 In early 2004, my girlfriend Jeanette and I decided to take a short break and visit a cluster of quaint villages a couple of hours drive south of Sydney. We decided we would spend about three days just wandering around the little towns, visiting local shops, cafés, museums and markets, ►►