In the meantime, here's one of the shots from the opening of the show. It's a Gabe\Steve combo. Basically I drew the first pass, ruined it and Gabe fixed it with his magic. Luckily I get to make up for my suckiness with digi-paint.
A villain pan I did for "Sole of a Hero". Storyboard by Fred Gonzales.
And finally some of the gross out shots from "Night of the Living Guacamole". I made pretty colors on top of Fred Osmond's awesome drawings. Boulder also did a real cool job of animating the eyes and mouth on top of the images in flash.
So despite what I'm showing so far, very little of my time on the show is spent painting. I'd say about 90.345% of my time is spent on design and posing. One of the biggest benefits of my job is the people I get to train with. On one side, I have the great Gabe Swarr supervising my poses, and on the other, the amazing Jorge Gutierrez going over my designs. Lots of learnin' to be had each day!
Here's some stuff from the earlier episodes:
The idea for the horse came from Chuck Jones fat horse Bugs rides in "What's Opera, Doc". His legs were lengthened later to make the hooves more threatening.
Here's a giant rock monster from "Sole of a Hero". Unfortunately he got cut because of time.
One of Frida's dad's guard dogs from "Enter the Cuervo". I thought it came out pretty cool till I had to pose him out a lot.
And finally a few of the poses I actually liked. This was during the time we were switching from pencil and paper to drawing directly into flash with the cintiq. Very rusty babysteps.