I am a freelance Cartoonist who can be found walking the streets of New York at night looking for Radioactive spiders, Batsignals, and Gargaroyles flying in the night. On this Blog I will post Illustrations every other Friday.

 Hey everybody Happy New Year, I know i’ve been somewhat inactive on this blog but starting next week I will be posting original comics with a few illustrations on the side. This illustration is based on chapter 24 of The DEAD AUTHORS podcast which an awesome podcast is hosted by HG Wells who is played by the great Paul F Tompkins. This podcast revolves around the idea that HG Wells travels throughout time searching for famous authors who he then brings to the present and interviews. What is amazing about this podcast is that not only do we get to peek into a mind of the authors crazy minds but most of the comedians who play the various authors come from great podcasts such as Comedy Bang Bang, Superego, and The Thrilling Adventure Hour. 
   As most of you can tell this is a Jersey Shore inspired illustration. What inspired me to create this Illustration was the way Jason Mantzoukas played Plato. This episode really cracked me up what was great about Mantzoukas’s depiction of Plato was the dude/bro animal party animal vibe he adopted for Plato. The Germ of the idea to create this illustration came to me when I was listening to the episode I thought wouldn’t it be great is there was a Jersey Shore type show but for the great thinkers with all of them partying and spewing philosophic thoughts ending in Bro and DTF and so it was born. Unlike other illustrations i’ve worked on it was easier to find Reference pics for this I chose to use an image from the opening titles of the show as inspiration. I aped the opening titles of the show to the T by placing Plato to the side of the illustration while placing smaller images of other actions that Plato did displayed right beside him just as they did in the show. I went so far as to also ape the style and atmosphere seen throughout out the show by using the instagram like filters and and Logo they use. When looking for reference for Plato what I decided to do was rather than try to look for scenes of his greatness use sculptures and paintings that depicted him and crop them in such a way that it seems there is more to the picture such as with the lower right picture where Plato is looking off pissed or the upper right where Plato seems to be talking to a friend. With the middle of the picture I decided to use the Parthenon in the background to give viewers who are not aware of PLATO some idea that he was at least a very important Greek Figure in history. 

 Hey everybody Happy New Year, I know i’ve been somewhat inactive on this blog but starting next week I will be posting original comics with a few illustrations on the side. This illustration is based on chapter 24 of The DEAD AUTHORS podcast which an awesome podcast is hosted by HG Wells who is played by the great Paul F Tompkins. This podcast revolves around the idea that HG Wells travels throughout time searching for famous authors who he then brings to the present and interviews. What is amazing about this podcast is that not only do we get to peek into a mind of the authors crazy minds but most of the comedians who play the various authors come from great podcasts such as Comedy Bang Bang, Superego, and The Thrilling Adventure Hour. 

   As most of you can tell this is a Jersey Shore inspired illustration. What inspired me to create this Illustration was the way Jason Mantzoukas played Plato. This episode really cracked me up what was great about Mantzoukas’s depiction of Plato was the dude/bro animal party animal vibe he adopted for Plato. The Germ of the idea to create this illustration came to me when I was listening to the episode I thought wouldn’t it be great is there was a Jersey Shore type show but for the great thinkers with all of them partying and spewing philosophic thoughts ending in Bro and DTF and so it was born. Unlike other illustrations i’ve worked on it was easier to find Reference pics for this I chose to use an image from the opening titles of the show as inspiration. I aped the opening titles of the show to the T by placing Plato to the side of the illustration while placing smaller images of other actions that Plato did displayed right beside him just as they did in the show. I went so far as to also ape the style and atmosphere seen throughout out the show by using the instagram like filters and and Logo they use. When looking for reference for Plato what I decided to do was rather than try to look for scenes of his greatness use sculptures and paintings that depicted him and crop them in such a way that it seems there is more to the picture such as with the lower right picture where Plato is looking off pissed or the upper right where Plato seems to be talking to a friend. With the middle of the picture I decided to use the Parthenon in the background to give viewers who are not aware of PLATO some idea that he was at least a very important Greek Figure in history. 

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I have not been posting things as of late because I have been compiling some data and statistics for the Year in review for this blog. I have been an active blogger on tumblr since January 25th 2013. I started this blog as a way of creating content and to gain some fans. It has been a great for me and I hope to at least give some background info about this blog. When searching for a template of a year in review blog post I stumbled on the get busy living blog worksheet, so i’m co-opting it for this tumblr post.

A) 3 of the greatest things that has happened in the past year on this Tumblr Blog is:

    Of all the blog posts in the last year 3 or the greatest things that has happened on this blog is that Paul F. Tompkins, Scott Aukerman, and James Adomian Re-blogged an illustration.

B)  the three accomplishments from this blog that I am most proud of for this year are:        

     What I am most proud of with this blog is that of all the Illustration’s I’ve posted some have gotten great acclaim such as The Scooby Doo/Buffy mash up illustration which was posted Apr 5th and got 373 notes. The Time Bobby Comedy bang bang/Doctor Who Mash-up which was posted Nov 29th and got 104 Notes. The Comedy Bang Bang The Batting Gentlemen Andrew Lloyd Webber play poster posted May 17th which got 71 notes.

C) Three great lessons I’ve learned from last year from this Tumblr blog are:                                              

     The three lessons I’ve learned with this blog is that the blog posts that get the most notes are the ones that have a greater fandom and the ones that are vague mash-ups while fun to create get fewer notes. To “media blast” the  Illustrations I create on all possible places such as Facebook groups, Twitter, Deviant Art, and Behance. All of which help get followers, reblogs, and likes. And lastly if you want to create an illustration blog for your original work it’s best to create two Tumblr blogs so that you can at least reblog all the things you like on one blog and post your own original creations on another blog.

D) Three personal developments I have made in the past year on this Tumblr blog are:

     The three personal developments I believe I’ve made in the past year are getting better at creating a cohesive illustration where all the elements go together to create a story within one illustration, Coloring illustrations in a believable manner, and getting better at using my skills of writing about art and applying them to these blogposts.

E) The thing I need to do less of in the next year on this Tumblr blog is:

     The Thing I need to do less of for the next year is to not to forget to post on my Tumblr every other Friday.

F) The things I need to do more of in the next year for this Tumblr blog is:

     The the things I need to do more on this Tumblr blog next year is create more Illustrations for bigger wider fandoms, open myself to commission mash-up/Illustrations,create a day for Asking questions to get in touch with more people, and Finally Create more original work to post.

G) The things I need to stop completely doing in the next year on the Tumblr blog are:

     The the things I need to stop posting on the this tumblr blog going into the next year is less vague mash-up illustrations.                                                  

H) Thee goal I want to achieve next year on the Tumblr blog:

     The goal I would like to achieve going into the next year is to gain more followers as well as page views currently I have 121,226.

I) Smartest decision I made last year: 

   The smartest Decision I made last year was starting this blog because When I Created this blog in Jan I hit a creative block a few months before and through the process of creating and posting fan art I was able to get past that. Also I created this blog for the expressed intent on keeping myself on schedule for being creatively responsible every week and creating something. In summation if there I one thing I could take away from this blog is that to gain notice and create a bigger impact one has to be more prominent and to be more prominent with this blog I will have to combine more well known ideas to create illustrations. Also going into next I plan on posting more original work in the form of comics and the fan art take a back seat and post one everyone once an a while. In closing I am grateful for all the likes, reflags and especially the followers also HAPPY HOLIDAYS For a graphic breakdown of what i’ve just posted here attached is an image representing the year in review. 

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This new illustration I’ve had in mind for awhile ever since the Time Bobby 2 episode of Comedy Bang Bang dropped. When looking at the amount of episodes that they have come out with, of the many  this is one of the greatest. Out of all the pieces I’ve created to find reference for this was kinda difficult, I searched for a long while just for a usable image of Paul F Tompkins in his Andrew Lloyd webber getup.
  Some of my astute followers might remember this is a complete mirror image of my other illustration of HG Wells the host of the Dead Authors Podcast drawn as a Time Lord. The reason for this is since Paul F Tompkins is a main feature on both podcasts I thought that using the same layout it could be a visual clue as to how interconnected both podcasts are. What led me to use certain aspects of Doctor Who such as the bow tie, TARDIS, Fez, and Logo text was because as Scott Aukerman described on the first Time Bobby episode a Time Bobby/Time Policeman/Time Copper is a person who regulates what happens in space and time, which is very similar to Doctor Who. I chose not to place Scott in a suit similar to Doctor who because as it’s own entity a Time Bobby I believe should wear the same Mr. Rogers outfit that Scott Aukerman wears on the Comedy Bang! Bang! TV show. The characters seen in this piece are Fourvel the stabby orphan, and Andrew Lloyd Webber, I chose to use them as Companions for Scott a la Doctor Who because they are both featured on the two Time Bobby episodes. I believe that with this piece I really put a lot of love I had for both Time Bobby episodes in it and I hope it shows. 
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Remember if anyone seeing this is a Comedy Bang Bang Listener/fan remember to vote for your top 10 podcast episodes link here.

This new illustration I’ve had in mind for awhile ever since the Time Bobby 2 episode of Comedy Bang Bang dropped. When looking at the amount of episodes that they have come out with, of the many  this is one of the greatest. Out of all the pieces I’ve created to find reference for this was kinda difficult, I searched for a long while just for a usable image of Paul F Tompkins in his Andrew Lloyd webber getup.

  Some of my astute followers might remember this is a complete mirror image of my other illustration of HG Wells the host of the Dead Authors Podcast drawn as a Time Lord. The reason for this is since Paul F Tompkins is a main feature on both podcasts I thought that using the same layout it could be a visual clue as to how interconnected both podcasts are. What led me to use certain aspects of Doctor Who such as the bow tie, TARDIS, Fez, and Logo text was because as Scott Aukerman described on the first Time Bobby episode a Time Bobby/Time Policeman/Time Copper is a person who regulates what happens in space and time, which is very similar to Doctor Who. I chose not to place Scott in a suit similar to Doctor who because as it’s own entity a Time Bobby I believe should wear the same Mr. Rogers outfit that Scott Aukerman wears on the Comedy Bang! Bang! TV show. The characters seen in this piece are Fourvel the stabby orphan, and Andrew Lloyd Webber, I chose to use them as Companions for Scott a la Doctor Who because they are both featured on the two Time Bobby episodes. I believe that with this piece I really put a lot of love I had for both Time Bobby episodes in it and I hope it shows. 

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Remember if anyone seeing this is a Comedy Bang Bang Listener/fan remember to vote for your top 10 podcast episodes link here.

  This new illustration has been a long time coming. I’ve had the idea to create this one since episode 243 of Comedy Bang! Bang! dropped. I really enjoyed that both characters Merill Shindler and Tom Leykis (a la James Adomian) shared a consciousness, so you had disgusting food descriptions mixed with blatant misogynistic jokes. When I listen previous podcasts what I recently noticed is that the ones I mostly listen to are the ones where James Adomian plays a character. When doing image research for this piece I didn’t know that both Merill Shindler and Tom Leykis are real people, was kind of shocking to see because both are such outlandish characters that I couldn’t believe that either exist. As a side note I recently bought the Comedy Bang! Bang! 2013 Live Tour, so far only halfway through it but  really loving it.  
  With this illustration I decided to create a faux podcast cover for the oddly paired characters. It was hard to create a likeness of both Tom and Schindler so I decided to go a more creative way I believe. I scoured the internet for a picture of Leykis, I found one that suited my needs and decided to incorporate elements of Shindler. I chose to use Schinders beard and bald as a way of showing that by Tom was channeling Merill Shindler rather than morphing into Merill. With the logo and the background I was looking for a more edgier look so I decided to use a steel sheet as a texture to give the illustration an more raw and hardcore feel. Also by using a bold and slightly slanted text I believe I gave the logo a more forward and edgier look. Overall this piece started out as a pain in the ass to create because I kept flip flopping on what color to use, what texture etc. I believe that by using certain techniques I was able to achieve what I was looking for. As a side note would totally listen to a podcast if James Adomian created one. BTW if anyone is wondering where the tag line for the show comes from it is a mash of one of the things he said in his first appearance as well as the name of Merill Shindlers show.

This new illustration has been a long time coming. I’ve had the idea to create this one since episode 243 of Comedy Bang! Bang! dropped. I really enjoyed that both characters Merill Shindler and Tom Leykis (a la James Adomian) shared a consciousness, so you had disgusting food descriptions mixed with blatant misogynistic jokes. When I listen previous podcasts what I recently noticed is that the ones I mostly listen to are the ones where James Adomian plays a character. When doing image research for this piece I didn’t know that both Merill Shindler and Tom Leykis are real people, was kind of shocking to see because both are such outlandish characters that I couldn’t believe that either exist. As a side note I recently bought the Comedy Bang! Bang! 2013 Live Tour, so far only halfway through it but really loving it.

With this illustration I decided to create a faux podcast cover for the oddly paired characters. It was hard to create a likeness of both Tom and Schindler so I decided to go a more creative way I believe. I scoured the internet for a picture of Leykis, I found one that suited my needs and decided to incorporate elements of Shindler. I chose to use Schinders beard and bald as a way of showing that by Tom was channeling Merill Shindler rather than morphing into Merill. With the logo and the background I was looking for a more edgier look so I decided to use a steel sheet as a texture to give the illustration an more raw and hardcore feel. Also by using a bold and slightly slanted text I believe I gave the logo a more forward and edgier look. Overall this piece started out as a pain in the ass to create because I kept flip flopping on what color to use, what texture etc. I believe that by using certain techniques I was able to achieve what I was looking for. As a side note would totally listen to a podcast if James Adomian created one. BTW if anyone is wondering where the tag line for the show comes from it is a mash of one of the things he said in his first appearance as well as the name of Merill Shindlers show.

So to my loyal followers you might be wondering as to why you see this adorable guinea pig named Buddy (so far he’s skiddish, he just needs a week to get used to my studio and he’ll less stressed) and not a new illustration as promised, simply put my mustek scanner is broke and with how my day job works me to the bone there was no time to go somewhere else and scan it.
Basically to put it to brass tax I recently updated my Mac operating system to maverick (which is awesome btw) but what I didn’t know with this update was that it pretty much broke some programs I use. Most notably it broke my scanner after I tried to update the driver and when that that didn’t work, I tried to reinstall image acquire which also didn’t work, etc. 
I scoured the internet for a fix and found none. Also looked on musteks American site (Link) for a fix but that was broken so I finally emailed the company and a updated driver to fix the broken updated driver on the active German site (Link) is being developed and will be released soon. So yeah I’m pretty pissed that there is no immediate fix for this bullshit but do not worry, I will post an illustration soon.

So to my loyal followers you might be wondering as to why you see this adorable guinea pig named Buddy (so far he’s skiddish, he just needs a week to get used to my studio and he’ll less stressed) and not a new illustration as promised, simply put my mustek scanner is broke and with how my day job works me to the bone there was no time to go somewhere else and scan it.

Basically to put it to brass tax I recently updated my Mac operating system to maverick (which is awesome btw) but what I didn’t know with this update was that it pretty much broke some programs I use. Most notably it broke my scanner after I tried to update the driver and when that that didn’t work, I tried to reinstall image acquire which also didn’t work, etc.

I scoured the internet for a fix and found none. Also looked on musteks American site (Link) for a fix but that was broken so I finally emailed the company and a updated driver to fix the broken updated driver on the active German site (Link) is being developed and will be released soon. So yeah I’m pretty pissed that there is no immediate fix for this bullshit but do not worry, I will post an illustration soon.

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  This new illustration is based upon Arnold Lobels great children’s book “Frog and Toad” mashed with the poster for the awesomely funny movie The Odd Couple.  This is another illustration in the continuing idea that I have to reinterpret a childhood memory of a thing I liked either it be vague or well known and mash it up with something I like as an adult. I had to some research on this idea to see if the Mash up would make sense (because I have very little to no knowledge of Frog and Toad) and it does. The summary as stated on wikipedia is "Frog is taller, with a green shade, and is more friendly and relaxed than Toad; Toad is shorter and stout, with a brown shade and also the more serious and uptight of the duo".
  When I put that in context with the movie The Odd Couple it seemed to match the relationship that both Felix Unger and Oscar Madison have. Felix just like Toad is uptight and more serious, While Oscar is similar to Frog in the sense that they are both messy and slobs. I decided that with this illustration since it so heavily inspired by the movie to ape both the layout with the characters in the center of the piece floating on the paper, and the text treatment with the same lettering and coloring. I chose to use the fall colored leaves and an homage to the famous cover for the book “Frog and Toad are Friends” where the characters are depicted dwarfed in size amongst the grass and leaves while reading a book. 

  This new illustration is based upon Arnold Lobels great children’s book “Frog and Toad” mashed with the poster for the awesomely funny movie The Odd Couple.  This is another illustration in the continuing idea that I have to reinterpret a childhood memory of a thing I liked either it be vague or well known and mash it up with something I like as an adult. I had to some research on this idea to see if the Mash up would make sense (because I have very little to no knowledge of Frog and Toad) and it does. The summary as stated on wikipedia is "Frog is taller, with a green shade, and is more friendly and relaxed than Toad; Toad is shorter and stout, with a brown shade and also the more serious and uptight of the duo".

  When I put that in context with the movie The Odd Couple it seemed to match the relationship that both Felix Unger and Oscar Madison have. Felix just like Toad is uptight and more serious, While Oscar is similar to Frog in the sense that they are both messy and slobs. I decided that with this illustration since it so heavily inspired by the movie to ape both the layout with the characters in the center of the piece floating on the paper, and the text treatment with the same lettering and coloring. I chose to use the fall colored leaves and an homage to the famous cover for the book “Frog and Toad are Friends” where the characters are depicted dwarfed in size amongst the grass and leaves while reading a book. 

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   Hey to everybody and my loyal followers I know your looking for an Illustration but as of late i’ve been somewhat spotty with my uploading of some illustrations for Fri. There is a reason for that, I was creating some pages for my portfolio to show at NYCC this past weekend, also work. Unfortunately the big companies weren’t conducting any portfolio reviews but I did get a few artists from artists alley to look at my work and at least those were positive.

   I went to Comic -Con both Fri and Sat. I Was able to get into some industry panels such as Inside the Creator’s Studio with Jimmy Palmiotti, Beautiful Books: Graphic Design in Comics & Graphic Design, and Beyond the Webcomic. All of which were great resources for meeting people or just learning another side of the business but after going to these panels for Comic- Con upon Comic -Con i’ve feel like I’ve heard some of the things they said but nonetheless they were great and engaging panels. I also was able to attend some awesome entertainment panels such as CollegeHumor Live! at New York Comic Con starring Kumail Nanjiani, IFC’s Back to Back Comedy Event Comedy Bang! Bang! & The Birthday Boys, as well as a preview panel/ screening of John Dimaggio’s documentary I Know That Voice. All of which were awesome and funny, was also great to see the IFC one since I wasn’t able to get tickets for the CBB 2013 live tour.

   Another great thing about this Con for me was that there were some great discount comic book stores set up around the show room floor and I was able to find some DC Showcase book I’ve been looking for forever such as Vol 1 of the Phantom Stranger, Enemy Ace, and  Jonah Hex all for the low price of $7 although the one book I wasn’t able to buy which they had which I have been looking for a long time was Weird War Tales Vol 1. While paying for the books I was talking to the vendor and was sad to hear that DC canceled the publishing for the DC Showcase books (IDK if that true), which are making them hard to find.

   Anyway that aside I do have some important information as I have stated before I am creating a comic with writer/creator of Annabelle Avery Steampunk Girl Matt Kelly. We are creating it for an anthology of SCi-FI comics for Alterna Comics. As such my time between both my blog and this project will be tight I plan on instead of posting an illustration every friday, posting an illustration every other Fri so that I have time to work on both the Comic and the Illustration. Some fridays I will post some works in progress or updates on the comic to keep you guys informed. Once again thanks for following everybody, and expect more weird and obscure mashup illustration in the future.

I’ll make this fast as it is 1:39 am and I have to wake up early in the morn to make it in time for some stuff at NYCC, which is awesome, but that aside the idea for this Illustration came about when I was thinking about what other favorite children’s books of mine I could turn into faux movie posters and what came to mind was the awesome John Ballairs novels starting from “The House With A Clock in it’s Walls”. It is undoubtedly an awesome yet dark kids book, and what adds to that great atmosphere is not only the writing but also the Edward Gorey Illustrations. I believe that without his illustrations piggybacking the text the book wouldn’t be as terifying. His very Scratchy line work and use of heavy crosshatching to create the affect of complete blackness in a scene which stills gives us a glimpse at what lies in the darkness is a terrifying technique he uses in these illustrations. 
  Now, Being no Gorey myself I tried to emulate that same sense of awe, wonder, and uneasy or at least an element of creepy in this faux movie poster. I have no crosshatching in this piece only because it would be a bitch to color but also it wouldn’t be appealing. Without it still I feel that I struck the same mood by using the lighting and the layout to making it seem as is if the is house taller, higher than them so that the idea of them overtaking that house seems preposterous.  Also by using the light in such a way I believe that I created a sense of drama or at least slight dread in this piece. Well i’m off, Hope you like this.

I’ll make this fast as it is 1:39 am and I have to wake up early in the morn to make it in time for some stuff at NYCC, which is awesome, but that aside the idea for this Illustration came about when I was thinking about what other favorite children’s books of mine I could turn into faux movie posters and what came to mind was the awesome John Ballairs novels starting from “The House With A Clock in it’s Walls”. It is undoubtedly an awesome yet dark kids book, and what adds to that great atmosphere is not only the writing but also the Edward Gorey Illustrations. I believe that without his illustrations piggybacking the text the book wouldn’t be as terifying. His very Scratchy line work and use of heavy crosshatching to create the affect of complete blackness in a scene which stills gives us a glimpse at what lies in the darkness is a terrifying technique he uses in these illustrations. 

  Now, Being no Gorey myself I tried to emulate that same sense of awe, wonder, and uneasy or at least an element of creepy in this faux movie poster. I have no crosshatching in this piece only because it would be a bitch to color but also it wouldn’t be appealing. Without it still I feel that I struck the same mood by using the lighting and the layout to making it seem as is if the is house taller, higher than them so that the idea of them overtaking that house seems preposterous.  Also by using the light in such a way I believe that I created a sense of drama or at least slight dread in this piece. Well i’m off, Hope you like this.

No new illustration this week working on something and here a little sneak peak. Also trying to get another illustration done for next week. 

No new illustration this week working on something and here a little sneak peak. Also trying to get another illustration done for next week. 

 This new illustration came to my mind after I created The Beets CD cover and was thinking about what other faux cartoon band would make a great CD cover, what immediately sprung to my mind was Josie and The Pussycats. I didn’t want to just draw Jose and the gang in their outfits playing their instruments, what I drew inspiration from was the awesome Cartoon Network faux animated music video bumper for Josie and The Pussycats titled "Musical Evolution". In 2001 Cartoon Network began airing a Josie and The Pussycats short, called “Musical Evolution”, which featured the Pussycats performing their theme song through the various eras of pop music, including pop, disco, punk, Heavy Metal, country, and techno. Different animation styles are used for each era.
  When thinking about how I could try to pay homage to that awesome animted music video my mind immediately jumped to a retrospective CD cover in which all the styles seen in the music video are presented. I chose to depict a static image of the band playing cut up, and each cut section is a musical era that was depicted in the music video. The two main styles I feel that that I radically changed was the punk rock and techno sections in the animated music video. I tried to incorporate those styles but when placed in the drawing not only did it seem jarring, out of place, it interrupted the seem-less image. When looking back and seeing all CN Groovies this an the Jabber Jaw one was one of my favorite.
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This is my first attempt at animated Illustrated I know it’s novice a best. Thought that by using an overlay of color and filters it would enhance each era’s look as did the music video.

 This new illustration came to my mind after I created The Beets CD cover and was thinking about what other faux cartoon band would make a great CD cover, what immediately sprung to my mind was Josie and The Pussycats. I didn’t want to just draw Jose and the gang in their outfits playing their instruments, what I drew inspiration from was the awesome Cartoon Network faux animated music video bumper for Josie and The Pussycats titled "Musical Evolution". In 2001 Cartoon Network began airing a Josie and The Pussycats short, called “Musical Evolution”, which featured the Pussycats performing their theme song through the various eras of pop music, including pop, disco, punk, Heavy Metal, country, and techno. Different animation styles are used for each era.

  When thinking about how I could try to pay homage to that awesome animted music video my mind immediately jumped to a retrospective CD cover in which all the styles seen in the music video are presented. I chose to depict a static image of the band playing cut up, and each cut section is a musical era that was depicted in the music video. The two main styles I feel that that I radically changed was the punk rock and techno sections in the animated music video. I tried to incorporate those styles but when placed in the drawing not only did it seem jarring, out of place, it interrupted the seem-less image. When looking back and seeing all CN Groovies this an the Jabber Jaw one was one of my favorite.

P.S.

This is my first attempt at animated Illustrated I know it’s novice a best. Thought that by using an overlay of color and filters it would enhance each era’s look as did the music video.