Sunday, September 22, 2013

Austenland Eyeroll

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This was my perpetual state while watching this movie. I was truly embarrassed for my sex. Had I known Stephanie Meyer was attached, I would have never seen the blasted film. Good gawd. I will now balance things out by watching something with lots of bullets and one-liners.

Putt-Putt Peanut Gallery

 photo putput_zps4e6af366.gif Made this REALLY quick, crude loop to try my hand at making gifs. Don't judge. The toddler behind me would make this exclamation after my every putt at Peter Pan last night.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Powerhouse Animation and EPIC MICKEY!

The word is out, and there's some great stuff to say! Check out Powerhouse Animation's blog announcing our involvement with DISNEY'S EPIC MICKEY - the latest edition to the Mouse's story, helmed by the talented game studio, and our neighbor, Junction Point Studios! Powerhouse Animation has been lucky enough to be directing and producing the game's 2D cutscenes...

Powerhouse Animation Blog

Thursday, June 17, 2010

The brave little tickler

This week we FINALLY did a LOTD for Jason Yandell, aka Thor. He's been in and out of our lives at Powerhouse, and now he's back part-time, so we jumped at the opportunity to caricature this gentle giant. He's about 7ft tall, has long, blonde hair, and is probably the quickest to laugh at the studio. Heart him!

Thursday, June 10, 2010


This week's Luck of the Draw was to draw a coworker in the style of a famous caricaturist. Out of the bunch I chose Al Hirschfeld. He is a FAVORITE of mine, and I only had about 10 minutes to spare and his style was simplest. :) This is Charles, our audio guy, who refuses to wear headphones. Hear all kinds of crazy sfx/noises from his room.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

cereal spoof

My prompt for Luck of the Draw was chosen! I asked that people make up their own or spoof a cereal box cover. The site Cereal Killers was the main inspiration. Just looked like fun! So here's mine!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010


I had to do a quick lunch today, so I ran to Whataburger. I didn't capture the situation at all, but my fingers were itching to draw something. These 2 burly guys came in, looking like they had come off a construction site. One is about to sit down at the larger table on the corner, but his buddy stops him and is all Duuuude, Etiquette, man. I was really surprised, but soon amusement took over, because the only tables left were those tiny individual tables in the corner. These guys looked like giants. And sitting NEXT to each other was classic.