Monday, February 23, 2015

Little Rejects - Smudge Hill 3

Another version of the control freak from earlier - perhaps a bit too simplistic for the silver screen, but I like her. She could clean my cupboard.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Little Rejects - Old Lady and the City

  I was in China at the time, cycling to work every day in one of the busiest roads of Shanghai when I received this task. The old lady was more of a secondary character in this show.  After drawing super hip kids and teens for over a decade, she felt so refreshing I just couldn't stop.
In the script there was no mentioning of scooters and reckless driving, but for some reason I felt she's crazy/cool enough to drive like the people around me on Julu Lu.

Later on I though maybe she has a pesky little neighbor

and a good childhood friend to laugh, to quarrel, to gossip and fight ruffians.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Little rejects - Smudge Hill 1

Since i have too much I can't share, let's dig out the little rejects I like but never actually made it anywhere.

First contestant is an animated feature, let's call it Smudge Hill



Sunday, August 17, 2014

Murder on the Orient Express

Hi there! It's been a while. Is anybody out there who's still following this blog? Or any blog for that matter?
Well... I don't think I ever shared this sketch I did looooong ago, but I just bumped into it while going through the dusty folders of my computer.
Thought you might like it :-)

2011©Mindshapes Ltd

Monday, April 21, 2014

Devil's Pass

Things get lost or forgotten.
Like keys. Like wallets. Sometimes shoes. 8 GB of drawings. Wait wha..? Yes. It seems like I forgot to share the drawings from the movie I was storyboarding. Two. Years. Ago.
Working on this movie was great fun, especially because I was working on it at night. It felt like I was living a parallel life, one where I chase monsters.
Please, check out the result below!

Here's the trailer:

And some drawings from the board:

Director: Renny Harlin
© 2013 - IFC Midnight

Monday, November 4, 2013

Horace and the Makeover

This idea has gone through so many changes in the last couple of years, I can hardly remember what was it about originally.

Oh. Wait. It was about time traveling.
Well then, let's have a trip to a bit more contemporary waters.

Step 1:

Step 2:

At some point will finish something in my life, I promise.