WARNING: I’m often associated with cute and funny animal cartoons, but this reel features copious amounts of monsters, horror, and gore. If you’re not into that, you’ll probably want to pass on this one. Otherwise, please take a seat in […]
Behind-the-scenes stories and tutorials.
Back in September of 2013, my daughter Sienna approached me about printing her own toys on the Form 1 printer. Sienna was six years old at the time and she was obsessed with Littlest Pet Shop toys. She had about […]
Here’s the complete storyboard for the Hearts Like Fists title animation. I got lazy about filling in any notes. It wasn’t terribly necessary since I drew this with the music track in mind.
In 2014, I was approached by Z-Nation’s Keith Allan to design and create an animated title sequence for a film he was directing called ‘Hearts Like Fists’. Keith gave me a copy of the script and a music track. I […]
This is the the first minute of a 3-1/2 minute parody music video we’ve been working on at Little Green Dog. It’s going to be the third short film based on our webcomic Brudders. (Fourth if you count ‘Hello Frankenstein’, […]
The Idea A idea can pop into my head when I least expect it and when it does, I have to scribble it down immediately. If I don’t, the idea may whither and vanish forever, which makes the sweet muse […]
Behind The Scenes Alisa and I created Hello Frankenstein back in 2005 for Gothtober, a Halloween themed art festival. The festival’s theme that year was ‘Mad Scientist’. I had been wanting to make a movie with our young cats Sergeant […]
This Halloween, Sienna wanted to be a ‘Bat Cat’ and she asked me to help her out with the wings. We looked around the garage and found a black drop cloth and extra wooden slats from an Ikea venetian blind.
We fired up our new Form 1 and created out first 3D print, a toy prototype of Sparklepus from ‘Happy Box’. If you don’t remember what Sparklepus looks like, here you go…
This week Greenlaw and Sienna present an unboxing video for their newly arrived Form 1 stereo lithographic 3D printer from Formlabs. Little Green Dog helped fund the development of this revolutionary desktop machine through a Kickstarter campaign last year.