I’ve Made a Commercial, for My Own Radio Station!

September 15, 2015

Making a computer animated TV commercial in three days? Yes. Yes, I can.


Gene Turnbow Draws Like Drew Struzan But On a Budget

June 9, 2015

I’m obviously not Drew Struzan, but I’m pretty good at doing impressions.


T-Shirts? Why Not?

January 13, 2015

Can’st thou hear me now?


Balancing Joy and Fear

April 25, 2014

This won’t blow your mind. But it may change it.

Writer’s Rules for Storytelling

March 21, 2013

Why am I just splatting out this thing I found on Facebook? Emma Coates was a storyboard artist for Pixar. The rules seem to be sound, and I want to remember them. Posting them here is handy for me if nothing else. If you’re a writer, you might find them useful too.

90 second speed paint, Corel Painter, Cintiq

Character Study in Black and White In 90 Seconds

February 9, 2013

You would think that being able to do something like this in 90 seconds flat would be worth some serious money to somebody.

The Twelve Principles of Animation

January 5, 2013

I’ve helped write the animation training curriculae here at Rhythm & Hues Studios, and I had a chance to visit the topic of the Twelve Priniciples of Animation to support some of the coursework I helped develop.

I thought I’d share.


The Secret to Being Happy In Life

December 25, 2012

It’s time to rediscover who you are. It’s the secret to life, the universe, and everything, and I can tell you now the answer is not 42.. – Gene Turnbow


A New Drawing

April 22, 2012

I’ve been trying to raise the quality bar of my illustrations lately. No, this image is not unique, it’s from the cover of a Supergirl comic I saw in a store today. However, I did pencil and ink this myself.

The Squirrel’s Up on Glass in the Aquarium

January 16, 2012

Sometimes the origins of technical terminalogy can be surprising. This article describes my experience with an aquarium, a squirrel, and a piece of glass.