Wednesday, June 09, 2010

BNS: Race to Target Field

This was a fun animated short for the Minnesota Twins and Target Field Stadium. I got to storyboard it for director Rob Bisi and the fine folks over at Brand New School. The ultra-talented Tuna Bora did concept designs and we all had a blast. I think the level of fun we had shows through in the final product, see for yourself here. There are actually 3 different endings, one with each character winning the race!







6 comments:

tunaf1sh said...

YAY so cool! it turned out very nice thanks to your cool boards :D

Anonymous said...

AWESOME....you have an amazing talent!! Great work, very creative.
Brian

Alina Chau said...

These are wonderful board!!

Anonymous said...

I took a look at your story boards and decided that you really have to have a special talent for this type of art. I don’t think that my creativity could get past the first frame. I would lose the idea and drift away from what I originally wanted to portray. This much imagination to draw the story and write it is far beyond my limited ability composing an art piece on a single canvas and expressing my creativity. We look at comic books and never fully realize the amount of work that went into penciling, coloring, scripting and of course thinking about the original rough idea of a new comic book character and his comic book adventures . It’s a great website, really informative and full of creative news. I hope that you have a long career in comics. They are as viable or even more viable in art due to Roy Litchenstein’s blown up comic strip art soap operas.

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I am slowly starting to see a faint trace of my style, the way I approach a theme and execute it. But at this stage it is like a barely there whisper and I am looking forward to discovering more of it and to see how your style develops:-)