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Hope You guys liked Episode 301!  I got to help work out a lot of kinks on our Friend Conroy here.  The original design was done by Maximus Pauson,  But They had me do the 3D model as well as figure out the transformation.   Color Credit goes to COREY BOOTH, who did a fantastic job of coloring this robot.  I love it so much


A few of my many favorites I painted for Rick and Morty Season 3 Episode 1! We love this show as much as the fans, and our passion made that such an enjoyable experience. I’m really stoked for you to see more this Summer!

Color Supervisors: Jason Boesch, Phil Vose

Character Designers: Maximus Pauson, Elisa Phillips, Justin Noel, Kendra Melton

Prop Designers: Kyle Capps, Brent Noll, Allen Tam

Friday was my last day on Rick and Morty season 2! Storyboarding is wrapped!!

So, some of the crew and I headed on over to Moore’s deli for some eats and wall drawing (Elisa, I stole your pics).

Jack Cusumano (colorist) drawing characters from his animated short, Broats.

Me, touching up my old Rick and Morty drawing.

Brent Noll (prop designer) drawing Rick’s spaceship!

I’m gonna miss this crew so much!! Truly some of the coolest, most talented people in existence. Until next season, my friends!



About 2 years ago when I first started planning art show curating, one theme in particular was at the top of my list. And now it’s finally happening!!


MEATBALL HEAD: An Art Gallery Celebrating Over 20 Years of Sailor Moon

For Love and Justice! Meatball Head is an artistic celebration of the beloved Japanese phenomenon Sailor Moon, brought to you by over 100 talented artists from around the industry. Curated by Nico Colaleo!

After fighting evil by moonlight, you are coordially welcomed to join us for the opening reception at Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics (7522  Sunset  Blvd, Los Angeles) from 7pm-11pm, Saturday, August 16th 2014! Enjoy free beer and wine, along with Sailor Moon-themed entertainment, decor, surprises, and photo-ready backdrops. Start planning now, because in the name of the Moon, you’re not going to want to miss this fantastic evening!

Poster by W. Scott Forbes and Benjamin Anders!

Featuring work by Kelsy Abbott, Aaron Alexovich, Natasha Allegri, Benjamin Anders, Kim Arndt, Whitney Avalon, Atomikitty, Jessica Borutski, Matt Brailey, Kaitlin Callahan, Heather Carlton, Emily Choi, Tony Christopherson, Daisy Church, Jenny Colaleo, Nico Colaleo, Victor Courtright, Alexandra Coward, Dave Crosland, Nick Cross, Cheyenne Curtis, Jack Cusumano, Teri Cusumano, Zan Czyzewski, Becky Dreistadt, Brianne Drouhard, Rachel Dukes, Julianne Eckert, Michelle Fealk, Jenny Fine, W. Scott Forbes, Kate Freund, Phylicia Fuentes, Gyimah Gariba, Andrea Gertsmann, Tais Ghelli, Carson Giles, J.R. Goldberg, Lorraine Grate, Jessie “Velociraptor” Greenberg, Gina Gress, Monica Grue, Sarah Harkey, Haylee Herrick, Brenda Hickey, Starline Hodge, Geneva Hodgson, Robert Iza, Henrique Jardim, Jert, Ke Jiang, Josh Karp, Valerie Keiser, Jisoo Kim, Seo Kim, Natasha Kline, L.M. Knight, Chris Korn, Kate Laird, Jess Lane, Max Lawson, Melissa Levengood, Alice Meichi Li, Kevin Sukho Lee, Joanna Leitch, Jean Liang, Troy Little, Lindsey Lydecker, Kathryn Marusik, Perin McClean, Erin McGathy, Kali Meadows, Carly Mizzou, Csenge Kara Molnar, Zoe Moss, Megan Nairn, Daron Nefcy, Brent Noll, Rocky Olivares, Hannah Nance Partlow, Shadi Petosky, Elisa Phillips, Chris Pianka, Sara Pocock, Whitney Pollett, Julia Prescott, Emily Quinn, Sandra Rivas, Willy Roberts, Jennifer Ruiz, Austin Salmi, Katie Shanahan, Sarah Simes, David C. Smith, Bob Suarez, Thom Foolery, Babs Tarr, Arica Tuesday, Julia Vickerman, Jamie Vickers, Jeff Victor, Lynn Wang, Jason Whetzell, Jeremy Wojchihosky, Eddie Xu, Jessica Yost, zero., and more!


Did you guys see the Rick and Morty Mad Max Episode?  I got to work on a very special Rickmobile for this post apocalyptic episode.  This car design is based of a Volkswagon Karmann Ghia,  it’s a beautiful old 60′s car that we retro fitted with spikes and massive tires to fit the world.  The cars in the episode were getting too difficult to draw so I had to 3D model them in Maya so that i could do all the drawings needed for the shots.  I even spent time studying a real Karmann Ghia in the wild.  my neighbor owns one and so while i was working on it in the wee hours of the morning I would go down stairs to compare my models to the real thing.


So happy to have seen the crew again at the Rick and Morty season 3 premiere party! I hope you all enjoyed this crazy episode! Throwing down fun colors on these designs by adding spray paint definitely made this one of my top favorite episodes to have worked on in the season. The design team did an amazing job!

Color Supervisors: Jason Boesch, Phil Vose

Character Designers: Maximus Pauson, Elisa Phillips, Justin Noel, Kendra Melton

Prop Designers: Kyle Capps, Brent Noll, Allen Tam


YOU MISSED OUR HALLOWEEN EPISODE!   We got so much art from you guys!  Check out our latest video.  Max and I redraw some fan submitted art!  in this episode we talk a bout background design and character design and do some cool photoshop tutorials 


[War Hammer, Hand of Tobias]

Toby’s war hammer was one of the coolest things i got to work on.  it went through quite a few iterations,  and with a lot of help from Rustam Hasanov,  we finally ended up with what you see in the show.   as a fan of fantasy weapons I was really excited to work on this it brought me back to my days of obsessing over MMORPG weapons. 

you can see my process of concepting.  It initially started off as crystal on a pike,  and then after many rounds of notes.  eventually formed into a crystal surrounding a demon head statue. 

 Please watch Trollhunters on netflix if you havent checked it out yet.