Sunday, October 4, 2009

Some Sneaky Peekies

Lot's of work going on right now, mostly on stuff that cannot be posted on the internet. However, what I DO have to offer is a sneak peek at the video I'm working on for Teenage Bottlerocket.



It's for the song "Bigger Than Kiss" off their Fat Wreck Chords debut "They Came From The Shadows". Which you should go buy right now.



The album is awesome. All of the songs are rad pop punk jams- there's some love songs, some sci-fi songs, some fast angry shit thrown in there too- it's sweet. I don't know why I'm not writing music reviews for a living. Anyways, if you don't believe my 90's surfer-bro critique, check out the video for the track "Skate Or Die".



My video should be coming out in late November, but I'll have more updates before then, hopefully some tests and colored-in stuff. Until then, catch ya later most excellent blog dudes.


7 comments:

Stephen Sloan said...

Sweet,
I'm diggin these layouts, They're crystal clear.

:: smo :: said...

holy crap dude! these guys have awesome weight and form to them! great designs!

i'm really interested to see how this comes out!

i saw your finished poster for that thing you were workin on up at san loco burrito a bit ago, i took a picture with my phone i'll have to email it to you!

oh! and i saw on this ska blog... ska blah blah i think, mention of the slackers doc, but they don't think it was ever done? i'm not sure of the details there but i thought that was all said and done already? maybe you should get in touch!

Zachary Scheer :: zscheer@gmail.com said...

I like the hottub/cannibal stew. I'd like to put in a request for electrocuted bobbing skeletons.

Ben said...

Thanks guys. I hope it looks solid when it's fully animated.

On the Slackers doc- there was a documentary that was started but never finished before I came along and my whole shabang. I'll have to check it out.

Rudy said...

I like how you draw your 1950's (maybe era clarification?) gangster types.

Ian J. said...

this looks fantastic! can't wait to check it out.

Ben said...

Awesome, thanks Ian. I hope it lives up to the expectations set by the still frames.

BTW love your stuff, I was gonna refer to as Effnocka, but didn't want to be too casual off the bat.