It’s been 10 years since Jonathan and I first collaborated on Faster Than Light, so in honour of Jonathan’s upcoming birthday I’ve gone back to the original crew and drawn them in the style I’d use today…
L-R: Barrington, Maru, Jameson, Yoko and friend
Happy birthday Jonathan!
It’s a bit early, but there you go… :^P
I’ve added a whole shedload of images to the gallery, and updated the Catalyst Studios Gallery page to show a selection of the stuff we’ve done over the past 10 years. Updating the site was interesting as it let me see how far we’ve come during the last decade; even the oldest items bear a resemblance to what we do today (albeit with a lot less polish and some… ‘interesting’ anatomy issues) but I looked at some of the stuff and thought – did I really do that?
Anyway, take a look. The gallery will be updated with new artwork on a (hopefully) regular basis… and I’ll make sure we get a few more coloured pieces in there.
… I stumbled across an interesting little video whilst wandering the ‘net today, and thought – what’s the point of having a blog if I don’t write random things in it about stuff like this?
The “this” in question is a video released to promote a recent BBC Timewatch documentary. 3 graphic designers on a tiny BBC budget managed to recreate the Omaha beach landing almost as well as Spielberg, with approximately 996 less actors:
“Bloody Omaha” – behind the scenes