MAN I AM.
PICTURES I MAKE.
You should probably look at my tumblr instead. Sketching and things happen there more often than here.
I’d like to do more of these at some point, because there’s just too many neat scenes like this. Well, in my head anyway, because it turns out there’s an actual description of how the scene goes and it is nothing like this. Bloops. Also I may have drawn the incorrect robot, but that’s okay, naked robots all look alike, right?
And yes, I firmly believe that the good doctor had spiky hair when he was young(er). It was his goth phase, which wasn’t that different from most people’s, except his also included building robotic super men. I’m willing to bet the robots also had spiky hair, and he only added the helmets later when he realized that metal spiky hair is a serious hazard for eyeballs everywhere
Bonus points if you find my signature.
A car buggy thing. There’s a lot wrong with this, but as the first painting in a MILLION YEARS (I counted) I suppose it’s okay. I’m fairly happy with the little red bits at the bottom of that radiator looking thing even if they don’t make any sense. Do you really have to justify red bits on a radiator-looking-thing?
The answer is no.
You should never have to justify red bits on a radiator-looking-thing.
You can also view the video on vimeo here: vimeo.com/98159936
There are chickens in it. They are in space. Do you need to know more? No you don't. Space chickens people, that's all you need.
Not sure why the full credits aren't on the vimeo thingie yet, but basically pre-production was done by myself, Kun Chang, Guillaume Blackburn and Eric Kaplin, and all production by myself with assistance from Guillaume Blackburn, and Louis Philippe Amiot for sound. You should click all those names. Some of them might not have links but you should still click them because clicking is rad. Some day we'll invent a pointing device that requires no clicking, and we'll think back on the days of clicking with nostalgia, regretting all those clicks we did not click when we had the chance. Click away my friends, don't live a life of clicking regret.