I have been drawing my whole life, from sitting in front of the TV drawing Sesame Street characters to wedding portraits to published works for the Kenosha News. Below you'll find everything that isn't my comics and cartoons... and maybe a few things that still are. You'll also find my VertArt - a style I perfected in high school where I create images using only lines. Sadly, you can achieve this effect on freakin' computers now. For those of you who think I might've done just that, bite me.
Quite some time ago, some friends from my college theater years told me about a film they had been working on. "Misfit Heights" is this feature. The more I heard about it, the more I wanted to be involved. It has puppets. That's right, felt with floppy mouths, and hands in gloves run by two different puppeteers - puppets! I was excited by that. Then, I heard more. It's a musical! Singing puppets? Yes please! What's not to love about puppets singing? And then they gave me the hat-trick: Zombies. That's right. A zombie, puppet, musical! Hee-hee-hee! Wow! So, after a plentiful amount of curious inquiry, they allowed me to audition for voiceover work, and all my anxious excitement landed me a trio of characters to voice. The post production is nearly completed. Once it is, the world will see what so many have worked so hard on, and felt-fingers crosses, it's a winner! But, while we all wait, I present a teaser poster I designed. With the help of Jazmine's knitsy fingers and Ryan's camera skills, this image was created. Hopefully the "Misfit Heights" crew doesn't mind me sharing it. I really want the excitement for this movie to build to max capacity. So, enjoy the image, and then get over to www.misfitheights.com for more information about the production.
Posted by T.C.