It tested my limits.. like this piece! I wasn't aiming for the 3Dish look at the beginning, but that's what I got. Also the background should have been a cool explosion, but at that point I was pretty worn-out..
Submission to the Randy Cunningham theme this month.
Decided to do something in a Sin City style for this, with McFist, Marci and a robot ape obsessing over their ultimate goal. Not entirely satisfied with how this came out (as opposed to what was in my head) since I didn't give myself much time to go over every last detail like I usually would. But in terms of style and composition I guess there's only one Frank Miller.
These couple of pieces were done by a guy called Dirk (Eric) Schultz. They are so Super Bruce we had to share. You can check out much more of what Dirk gets up to hereand here. Thanks Dirk for allowing us share these images with the crew. Very impressive and expressive work!
Here is a beautiful sculpture of the Ninja by one of our former Danish animatorsKaren Rohde Johansson. Karen made this for another one of our animators in the studio. You can find more of Karens workhere
Let's get the Ninja ball rolling here with 3 piece's fromVerna Jaaskinen, from Helsinki, Finland but currently living and working in Ireland. Verna worked with us as a BG artist on Season 1 of Randy. You can check out more of Verna's work over on her tumblr here
We started Randy Cunningham-9th Grade Ninja way back in 2011. And as we approached the end of Season 2 we decided it was about time we paid homage to the show. So without further ado, our next blog theme will be
Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja
I'll be posting some of the images, sculptures and fanart we have collected from some varied artists, some of which have worked with Boulder, some who are just Superfans from around the globe who have paid tribute to the show over the years. So stay tuned....This should be fun!