Monday, December 1, 2008

Hello, Goodbye.

Hello. I've just put together a website again. Things certainly have changed since I 'made' my last one, now defunct, by cutting and pasting html text. At the recommendation of friend and artist Gretchan Markle I took a look at what had to offer, found a template that I liked, and started messing with a trial copy of their 'simple and elegant' offerings. It's a hundred bucks a year which includes tech support (doubtful even a tech half-wit like myself will ever need it), use of their server, and domain name. Uploading and maintaining the site is no more more complicated than blogging. Anyway, I recommend the product highly so far, so if anyone else out there is considering a website do check them out at the above link. You can check out my website at:

Goodbye. I can't manage all these blogs and a website, so I'm going to stop posting here. Thanks for visiting over the past couple of years. If I do any half decent animation bgs or work that are worth posting I'll put them here at my watercolour painting and drawing blog which will be the only one that I keep. I'll probably post a portfolio of animation work on my website eventually. Love and intercontinental ballistic kisses, Clive

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Small quick colour keys painted

Small quick colour keys painted from storyboard panels by Arna Selznick for a tv special, I think, directed by Arna's partner John Van Bruggan. Sometimes Arna directed, and sometimes John, I think I've got the credits straight on this...

Monday, June 9, 2008

Stuff that was don

Stuff that was done, whew, years ago now, for a project directed by John Van Bruggan and Arna Selznick. The design for the car is unquestionably pure Leif Norheim. I think the middle was a colour key that was nixed as being too gloomy, and the top and bottom might have been actual backgrounds done for a trailer. As can be seen by the loose strokes, they had to be turned around really quickly to get coverage. I seem to have lost any sense of urgency over the last few years and I don't know if it's old age or moving to the coast or both.