Sunday, December 03, 2006

Google Docs = Love

For the last two weeks, Justin, Chris, and I have been using Google docs to communicate. They are absolutely AWESOME for multiple users to update stuff whenever they feel like it. It's sped us up and helped us keep motivated. And you can upload images.

We've been able to hammer out a rough outline for the first three seasons (THIRTY NINE episodes total) and come up with some totally off the wall concepts. I cannot tell you these concepts, faithful reader. Rest assured, they are amazing.

So where does that leave you, faithful reader?

In a good position...there should be less rambling and more posting soon. I still like blogger as a way of showing you guys what we're working on, I'd just like to show less of the behind the show and more of the finished product to you guys.

Until next time...

Friday, November 24, 2006

One Year

It's been one year since our last Thanksgiving post. I think I speak for all of us here when I say it's been a hell of a year.

We haven't really stopped working on A4H, but we haven't been able to focus our full attention on it either.

Hopefully, this is changing.

We've spent quite a bit of time the last week preparing our pitch...docuemnts are being written, emails are being sent, phone calls are happening...it's all coming together.

Maybe, maybe, MAYBE...we'll even make a pilot.

Let's keep the ball rolling.

Saturday, December 31, 2005

A4H: Traveling Sketch

So this is the result of me having a layover in Washington/Dulles. Enjoy.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

More STUFF!




Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Happy Thanksgiving!

Two items of note:

Justin just finished college. Normally, when someone refers to college as "the best five years of their life", it's because they were underachieving. Not so with Justin.

Second of all, the sad truth behind Thanksgiving.

Monday, November 21, 2005

Asymmetry in Nature



Chris,

Per your request, I present something asymmetrical in nature.


Seriously though, you're right. There isn't that much asymmetry in nature, other than variation in skin, pores, blemishes, etc. But, reptiles don't generally have spikes on the end of their tails (cue the stegosaurus flames)

Sunday, November 20, 2005

More AO color tests

So the first one is me ripping off Frank Miller, the second one is me ripping off Mike Mignolia. Cheers.

Unused concept for our Reptile friend

This is what Chris dubbed the Nick Toons version of Roteus.

Little background, Roteus is in the "Movie" version of A4H, so the design wasn't appropriate for that particular treatment. He's an eight foot, four-armed crocodillian of some kind with acid for blood and it arrived on your spaceship. It kills on sight and is generally unpleasant. And, of course, you expect me to accept all this on your word.