Teetering Bulb Little Fictions

December 30, 2009

Who’s There?

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 6:16 pm

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Scholastic needed a couple of illustrations for an Arthur C. Clark short story called, Who’s There.


December 29, 2009

Kosmoniq

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 1:21 am

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DJ Jomai Etu asked us to make a cover to his space album, Kosmoniq.
http://www.kosmoniq.com/

December 19, 2009

Wishing Rods

Filed under: client work,Little Fictions — Kurt and Zelda @ 4:22 pm

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About a year and a half ago, Kurt and I had the wonderful opportunity to make storyboards for
Will Robertson, an amazing animator in New York. He needed visuals for a delightful story called
Wishing Rods. Here are a few frames from it.


December 18, 2009

Fan Page

Filed under: News — Kurt and Zelda @ 8:11 pm

A place for your gratitude or grievances:
Fan Page right HERE.

December 17, 2009

King of an Endless Sky

Filed under: client work,Little Fictions — Kurt and Zelda @ 11:12 pm

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Click here to see pages 18 and 19


December 16, 2009

The Tempest Wakens

Filed under: client work,Little Fictions — Kurt and Zelda @ 1:05 pm

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Graphite on Strathmore Series 500 4 ply, coloured in Photoshop 13″ x 9″

TOR.com let us contribute to Cthulhu month in our newest little comic, The Tempest Wakens.
Take a look at the full story.

This is another short form story we did for TOR.com.
Have a look at The Dreaded Question if you haven’t seen it.


December 13, 2009

Troglodyte Rose Logo

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 2:10 pm

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Designed for Adam Lowe’s debut novel Troglodyte Rose.

December 9, 2009

King of an Endless Sky

Filed under: client work,Little Fictions — Kurt and Zelda @ 3:46 am

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Click here to view page 17.

December 5, 2009

Waterhouse Study

Filed under: study — Kurt and Zelda @ 7:14 pm

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Straight Photoshop with killer brushes. 5″ x 7″ .

J. W. Waterhouse was my gateway drug. My mom’s library contained a book of his work.
I must have been 13 when I discovered it, and fell in love immediately. Greatly looking forward
to absorbing his paintings in person at the museum in Montreal. This was another 3 hour
study during down time. No image underneath or color sampling, i.e. no cheating. -Z

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