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Flashback Wednesdays: Jam Session

Flashback Wednesdays... on a Wednesday!. ^.^

This week’s Flashback is a rough-pencil - no inking was requested, for a line of limited prints sold at the Warner Bros. Studio Stores. For some reason, I was asked to draw the instrument’s details - knobs, keys, etc, on a second layer. After its run and with the closure of the WB stores, the image is now sold has a large-size poster, which I have signed quiet a lot-of during the last few years.

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The painting was done by David Edward Byrd.


Flashback Wednesdays: "Take Me Out to the Ballgame"

“...Take me out with the crowd; buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back.” - Jack Norworth

This week’s Flashback Wednesday is “half” of a Looney Tunes Limited Edition lithograph. This tribute-print was done to commemorate the twelve members of the Major League Baseball’s 3000 Hit Club. The final color shows the complete image. It was divided in two sections: the left was designed by WBCP Senior Character Artist San Wei Chan, while I worked on the right side. It was done this way because the project was a rush job.

The final litho were framed, tagged with both, the Warner Bros. and the MLB logos and signed by the members of the club. It had a limited run of 1000 copies.

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Flashback Wednesdays: Space Jam Poster Design (Part One)

Here is the original design (blue-line) that we I did for the international version of the Space Jam poster. In the final poster, Duffy Duck’s design was changed because in the original design, he was wearing a “prop” costume that only appeared on-screen for five-seconds.

Here is the original design - click on image to enlarge.


And here is the final poster.