Have the turmoils of raising a toddler impacted the Bard’s ability to make holiday films? Find out NOW!
Greetings and salutations, friends! I was hoping the side projects I’d been working on the last few months would have come to fruition in time to share with you now, but alas, I’m a perfectionist and I’m still working on them, and I will not rush them through for Christmas. So I’ll have something to […]
The bat is soaring in the night, Bathed in a pool of amber light. While under starry skies I lay, Content but filled with slight dismay. Although Iâ€™m known upon the Hallows, For making humor of the gallows. This year Iâ€™m truly shutting down, Which leaves you with a pumpkin frown. A project taken, months […]
For those of you expecting me to swoop in with massive Holiday cheer, I’m here to disappoint you. Unless watching me enjoy my first Christmas fire brings you merriment. In which case… play on! First, there is the video most of you will enjoy: If you want the drawwwwwn out version, here’s 7 minutes of […]
This holiday, I would like to detour away from my usual zany madcap humor and take a moment to plant a stake in the ground for sentimentality. As is the case with many of you, Newtown is not just a headline in the newspaper for me. Many of my friends have been affected by the […]
It’s time for some merry merriment! I have an important message for you all; watch the movie to hear it: http://www.youtube.com/thebardfilms Make sure to watch both movies – The Bard Takes a Day Off AND The Bard Family Christmas Carol!
We’re counting down to Halloween 2011 – the TEN YEAR anniversary of Bard Films! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we’ll be releasing Halloween treats all month long! For the first, we’ve run the Bard’s very first Halloween film, way back from 2001 – The Pumpkin Poet – through the tranformiddygigger and sent it to YouTube! […]
Long have I heard from people that they want to catch my beautiful bean footage on the run. Until now, my videos haven’t been mobile phone friendly… but with my new youtube channel, you’ll never go hungry again: http://www.youtube.com/TheBardFilms I’ve made sure a good amount of quality content is already up for your viewing pleasure, […]
Merrrrrrry Christmas!! As the title suggests, we wanted to get more artistic this year, even if some of them are quick sketches. Click Here For A Merry Christmas! (70ish mb) I get a lot of requests for wallpaper-quality images, so if you don’t want to watch the awesome movie, or if you just reallllllly liked […]
What an hour and a cintiq can do… Happy Thanksgiving!
… sorta. After many trials I’ve fiiiiinally managed to merge Flash + Cintiq, which should lead to uber good Flash movies going forward. I just need to keep my pen to the grindstone and get better with the thing. Click image above or here to see what’s cookin’.
This is a painting I made of the Guster Furby. It ended up as a cd label and looks quite striking, if I do say so myself.
This is a little something I did with the Cintiq, turning my friend Sean into a funny Samurai. I really don’t think anything else needs to be said about this little gem; it speaks for itself quite nicely. 8)
Here’s some more work with the Cintiq. I’m really enjoying how easy and intuitive it is to use. I really feel like I’m just drawing on a piece of paper or canvas. Check this out, then this.
Here’s a painting I made of Oliver, one of my friend Katie’s cats. I’m proud of the results; it looks much more like a real oil painting than I could have hoped going into it. Cute li’l bugger.
Ahh, a classic Simpsons image. This was my first attempt at using the Cintiq, and as you can tell, I’m not quite there in terms of making it look “painterly.” Digital painting is almost as difficult as real painting, but I’ll keep at it.
For Christmas I ordered myself a Cintiq, which will revolutionize my art capabilities. What’s a Cintiq, you ask? It’s an interactive pen monitor, enabling me to take the special magnetic pen and draw directly on the screen as if it were a canvas. I’ll be posting my Cintiq artwork regularly, so check back regularly for […]