Not many people know this, but between 2013 and 2015, I was in the asylum. Okay, more specifically, I freelanced as a visual effects artist and animator at The Asylum, the studio responsible for the notoriously popular Sharknado movies. While […]
Yay! Last month I reached my second anniversary as an artist and animator for DreamWorks Animation. To celebrate, I put together this reel featuring some of my DWA work from 2015 and 2016. If you’d like to see more, be […]
I sang ‘Hanukkow’ to Alisa to get her opinion. She pointed out that cows only had four nipples. “Rats,” I thought. “Cow biology messes up the song.” But, no, she just gave me the punchline! Thanks sweetie. Happy Hanukkah from […]
It’s an unusually cold, wet and rainy day here in Los Angeles. Seems like a good time for a beach cartoon. Transcript Panel 3 Sergeant: I hate volleyball. Toullie and Sister: Hee, hee, hee…
A Fox’s Story is a short film by Sienna Kai Greenlaw (age 9), with animation and original music by Sienna. The film is about a fox who is being bullied. Yesterday Sienna’s film received a PTA Reflections Film Production Award […]
Today is the day after Election Day, 2016. My 10 year old daughter cried herself to sleep last night and woke up crying this morning. I drew this cartoon to help cheer her up.
Happy Howl-oween everybody. We’re actually a day late but it’s Dia De Los Muertos, so it still counts. Okay, maybe not but we still hope you enjoy this episode.
Today Dennis and I said goodbye to a wonderful friend and family member. Sergeant Marshmallow, little big brother, the boy with the coffee bean toes and salmon nose is no longer in pain. We had two months longer with him […]
This is going to be my last Brudders comic for a while. The strip is going on hiatus so I can catch up on other Little Green Dog projects and to spend more time with Sergeant. Don’t worry–Brudders will be […]
This is why one must know his onions. Actually, I only just heard this phrase for the first time recently. It’s good advice if you have cats.