January 11, 2018

Dornish Wine Label

Game of Thrones themed wine label illustration (watercolor with touch-up in Pixlr)


Wedding Colossi



Keepers of the Blood

Book covers and promo art for Alice Tang's "Keepers of the Blood," and the sequel, "Fixed" (Photoshop). Fun read, if that's your jam, haha.


Office of the Many-Faced God

Game of Thrones fanfare using photos of people around the office (Photoshop)

Save the Date

Save-the-date magnet design for our Bay Area wedding (Photoshop collage)

September 10, 2010

The Cleaning

A couple winters back my buddy Keenan and I spent our nights in Los Gatos animating a giant glob of earwax for "The Cleaning," a stop-mo short by our mutual friend, Neil Baker. It's up on youtube now, so enjoy the fruits of our achy, clay-covered fingers. It's great to see how the two of them are putting what we learned to create something infinitely more polished in their new short, Small Sacrifices.

May 5, 2010

Welcome to the Third World

The Dandy Warhols just released the music video for "Welcome to the Third World" (as previously featured on Cartoon Brew). Glad it's back up for people to enjoy. It was a blast to work on the shots that I did, and funny to see all my fellow animator's styles mashed up together in what turned out to be a pretty psychedelic ode to Fritz the Cat.


The Dandy Warhols, "Welcome to the Third World" director's cut from Webster Colcord on Vimeo.

January 12, 2010

12-01-2010

More masks from the De Young, more scribbles of Dani napping.



April 27, 2009

the many beards of kepler

I love Johannes Kepler. I find his frustrated search for God in the perfection of geometry very moving. Also, that beard was METAL. Then we've got Kepler's main man, Tycho Brahe, on the bottom right, there.


jester

Just finished some flash animation for Rick Herns Productions, an event planner in Menlo Park. They've got a new site in the oven, and the basic idea is to have an animated version of their logo, a jester, appear on a services page, juggling icons representing the different areas of RHP's expertise. On the left is the original logo, on the right you can see how I broke him apart for articulation.