Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Selected Pages From Peanuts Comic Book

I had the honor of a lifetime to illustrate some brand-new stories for the new Peanuts comic book from Boom! Studios last year. Here are some of my favorite pages:








Thursday, October 4, 2012

Fanboy and Chum Chum EP251: Attack of the Clones

Original storyboard from Nickelodeon's Fanboy and Chum Chum, episode 251, "Attack of the Clones".  A really fun episode to board, from a hilarious script. Much credit is due to the great Eddie Trigueros for a ton of heavy lifting in the third act. Directed by the similarly-awesome Brandon Kruse.

(Click 'view in fullscreen' icon in lower right corner for a better look.)
FB251

Friday, August 5, 2011

Unsolved Mysteries

Remember back when Trump had investigators digging up "surprising" and unbelievable dirt on Obama? I'm worried he's forgotten and abandoned them. Poor guys.


Quoth The Donald, "They cannot believe what they're finding...and I'm serious."


Anyway, here's a new, stupid comic that no one was clamoring for. Happy weekend!


(click to enlarge)

Thursday, August 4, 2011

More Commercial Work-- Disney Parks and Marketing

Here's a bunch of additional work I did for various divisions of the Disney Company. Click to enlarge. 


"Safari Stitch" -- Disney's Animal Kingdom










Misc. Souvenir Photo Overlays



Custom Theme Park Maps







Disney Cruise Line Direct Mail:


Stitch: The Ride-- poster art 



Thursday, July 21, 2011

Happy Comic-Con 2011!

I'm taking this year off from the San Diego Comic-Con-- each year seems to get more and more packed, inaccessible, and claustrophobic.  But that won't stop me from doing a really stupid comic with lots of nerdy animation jokes to celebrate the event in my own little way.

Enjoy, and I'm sorry.

(Separated into 2 pages. Click each to enlarge)




Friday, July 1, 2011

Welcome!

Welcome to my shiny new art blog for your bookmarking pleasure! As I was setting this up, I wasn't necessarily posting work in chronological order, so your best bet might be to click under the "Categories" sidebar on the top right to see a specific area of art-ness.

Most of the work herein was created over the last year or so working in TV animation, and I hope to be updating this much more regularly than I have in blog days past. If I don't, I invite you to yell at me in the comment sections.

Thanks, and Enjoy!
Matt