Sunday, December 23, 2012

Same Odds Poster and DVD cover

Here is the poster and DVD cover for a western I worked on during November of 2012 entitled "Same Odds." The film was written and directed by Dudley May. Along with designing the poster and DVD cover I had the oppurtunity to be one of the camera operators for this film.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

In The Original Geek Poster

Here is the poster for my latest short film "In The Original Geek." The film is about a couple of geeky guys back in the 1950s and their search for a missing Superman film reel. Principal photography took place from October into early December of 2012. I intend to submit the film to various film festivals in 2013.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Truck Month Poster

Here's a poster I made for the feature film "Truck Month" which was directed by the multi-talented Trey Cartwright and shot by my university's film department this past summer. Over the years I've tried to emulate the look and feel of a Drew Struzan poster and I've come pretty darn close with this one. This is the first full fledged poster I've done in Photoshop and I look forward to doing more.

Here is the trailer for Truck Month as well.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Bond - Logos: 2005 - 2009

Here is a collection of logos I have made over the years. Some of them have appeared on my posters and others were works in of themselves. The logo for "Quantum of Solace" is based on the official logo. I recreated it soon after the official title was announce but before an high-res image of it was available online. The "Quantum of Solace" logo was made before I even knew it would become Bond 22. Here's hoping we'll see "Risico" one day.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Bond - Videos Games: 2004 -2005

After the blockbuster success of GoldenEye 64 James Bond video games have become events in of themselves outside the film series. Pierce Brosnan's final performance as Bond was not "Die Another Day" but the video game "Everything or Nothing" which was released in 2004. Even Sean Connery was lured back to Bond voicing 007 in EA Games adaptation of "From Russia With Love." As I am not an avid gamer (I don't own any gaming consoles) I have very few Bond video game related posters in my portfolio. Easily some of my weakest posters.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Bond - Adam West Is James Bond! : 2004 - 2006

When Pierce Brosnan was let go (or fired depending on the story) from the role of James Bond the media went into a frenzy over who the next Bond actor would be. Before Daniel Craig was announced as James Bond in 2005 every British actor under the sun was rumored to be the next 007. This is not a new phenomenon. Ever since Sean Connery left the role in 1967 the rumor mill would churn out story after story claiming who the new James Bond would be. This is great fun for fan artists. It gives us the opportunity to try out a rumored actor and see how they would look as James Bond. Rumors range from the plausible, Clive Owen, to the unlikely, Adam West.

The majority of these posters were made during the build up to "Casino Royale" but we start with "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and what it would have looked like if Batman had played Bond.

And finally Gerald Butler with the worse photoshopped hair I've ever done.

Bond - Parodies: 2004 - 2006

Going through my folders I found that I had done a couple of Bond parody posters along with a poster for the 1967 version of "Casino Royale."

Monday, May 21, 2012

Hollywood Ending Poster and Cover Art

Today I have a poster and DVD/Blu-ray cover art for a student film I recently appeared in. The film is called Hollywood Ending and is written and directed by the talented Peyton Paulette. I have a small part in this film about a screenwriter working in 1930s Hollywood. It was a lot of fun to make and I enjoyed working on this poster for his film.

The film is still currently in post production but as soon as it is online I'll post a link to it. 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Revenge of the Sith 2003 - 2005

I didn't start making fan art until 2003 so I missed out on the lead up to Episode I and II of the Star Wars prequels. Luckily I was able to make fan art in the two years leading up to Episode III Revenge of the Sith, one of the best films in the series and quite possibly my personal favorite. Since these posters were made eight years ago (!) you can tell they lack the polish of my more recent efforts.