I have worked at many studios in Hollywood for the past several years: Disney, Filmation, Hanna-Barbera, Marvel, and Warner Brothers, to name a few. I have also had ideas of my own kicking around in the vast labyrinthian recesses of my capacious brain, and it occurred to me that perhaps I might refine one or two of them, and show them to people, maybe online, even. In the meantime, here are some samples of sketches and stuff I did a while back. Oh, and some storyboards for the Hollywood studios, too.

Curious Squirrel.

Curious Squirrel

Sir, I joined the army to look up my genealogical military records, sir! Happy Dog.

Happy Dog

The initial inspiration of the artist is immediately put down on paper as rapid sketches. The style exhibits more freedom than the tight finished version. Many art aficionados prefer the vibrancy and life found in the artist's first sketches.

The splendid humor of genealogy, looking up your ancestry, making a family tree, what fun!

From the first time I saw Donald Duck cavorting around on the screen at my nursery school, I knew that I just had to be involved with this way of making movies.
Tale Spin - Higher for Hire dock, with Rebecca and Wildcat.

Tale Spin

They look almost like a comic book, but the panel only has the picture of what you see on the screen, no word balloons. The dialog, action and sound effects are indicated below each panel.
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