Sunday, December 16, 2012

Firmament Films Prismacolor Works

This marks the first week of the newly established:

As a means of celebration, 
I wanted to do a few color pencil portraits of some of the members to congratulate them.
Here they are:

"Actor/ Editor"

"Cinematographer/ Producer"

Actress/ Make up/ Set Designer

Various Fall 2012 Semester works

Hello Friends and fans! I've been so busy these past few months.
I realize I haven't been posting as frequently as I should.
However, that does not mean I have not been exercising my creative muscles.
Here is some work I've been keeping to myself.
It's an assortment of sketches and projects from this semester.




 Jabb- the-Kitty wishes you all a happy finals week!

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Moving Along

  Today I started carving into what will hopefully flourish into a well designed puppet head. Jacob Samuels, you're on your way to realization...



Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Final Levi Ad Design

Recognize some faces?



(I do not own the rights to most of the images used)

Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Fallen: A Halo Fan Film

Good evening everyone.
For the past month T.C. and I have been involved with the filming of an epic project known to many as 

I'm very excited to be a part of this project and I'm looking forward to the next couple of months hanging out with this wonderfully dedicated cast and crew. Everyone has been so welcoming and encouraging, all the while staying on task and keeping their minds on the set goals.
The first filming week I had the small part of fatally injured Navy pilot,

Taylor Haverty.

 My counterpart, Ric Drayer 

is played by the charming T.C. De Witt.
Their relationship isn't explored much deeper than a few playfully sarcastic remarks to help ease the tension of the hard-pressed situation they've encountered. However, after seeing the way Drayer looks at his wounded mate, not much else needs to be said. When duty calls, Drayer is forced to move out and leave Haverty behind with the Doc Gelner (Mingyu Chu) and Sgt. David Atkinson (Paul Shaw). Nevertheless, he keeps her in his thoughts as he and his team fight their way to survival.

With that little insight, here's a little piece I rendered of Drayer.
 I plan on several more pieces to accompany this one as time goes on.
I'll be posting pictures simultaneously with each filming week I attend.
Be sure to visit and "like" The Fallen fan page linked above to keep current with what's going on.
Thanks for stopping by and I'll be sure to share more real soon.



"Wounded Soldier"
by Candace Ostler

(Sorry for the poor picture quality.)
(I'll take a better photo of this piece as soon as I get my hands on a better camera!)

Week #2 Filming Photos: