Monday, September 26, 2016

What Necross/Thrunk Transformation! What Serpent! What Bird!

"Necross, Thrunk, Farmers, High Priest and Cerebus " rough puttogether sequence of test renders

 "Cerebus, Serpent, Bird and Wizard" rough puttogether of test renders

while waiting for the debate just put this silly thing together:) hopefully doesn't come off


New Cerebus Gerhard prints available

New Cerebus drawn review

Saturday, September 24, 2016

What Necross, Thrunk, Cerebus and the whole universe!

"Necross, Thrunk, Cerebus and the whole universe" rough puttogether of test renders

test render

test render

Thursday, September 22, 2016

What Moon!

"CGI Clouds with CGI Moon added" progress by Rob Ellis


This week's "Cerebus in hell?" strips

The Comics Journal reviews the book "The Greatest Comic Book of All Time" - features a chapter on Cerebus
From the review: "Each possible “Greatest Comic Book of All Time” is given [it's own chapter with] pros and cons in terms of popularity/sales and esteem (not just how beloved it is, but who loves it). And in almost every case, it is made clear that the choice of comic book or cartoonist they chose to consider is in some way a stand-in for many other possibilities (Art Spiegelman’s chapter could have been about Alison Bechdel, Alan Moore’s about Neil Gaiman, Archie comics about Dell or Disney)."

From "Amazing Heroes" Cerebus, featured prominently in the foreground, drawn by legendary Bruce Timm, co-creator and producer of "Batman: The Animated Series" among many other things - posted yesterday at the "Darwyn Cooke and Bruce Timm" tumblr page

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

What Flailing!

test render

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

What Grey Dwarf! What Wizard!

test render


Carson Grubaugh's Cerebus reread continues

Sean Michael Robinson announces his "remastered" version of Cerebus volume "Going Home" is at the printer

Monday, September 19, 2016

What Moonlight Clouds! Cerebus Focuser!

"Almost midnight in the courtyard garden of the Wizard" clouds progress by Rob Ellis
more progres below

"Cerebus more focus" test render

Sunday, September 18, 2016

What Cerebus Focus!

test render update
Script/code by Technical Director Nick Wolensky applied. The Cerebus rig and a few others broke with a Maya software update - this especially effected the arms and legs. Sometimes more noticeable than others depending on the movement involved. Thanks to Nick for creating the code which fixes this instantly when applied to the scenes.