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  • Armageddon Blues was the story of two punk girls, Liz and Al. | Salgood Sam ● Com
    d read in terms of tone and pace In particular I was thinking a lot about Lewis Shiner s Slam a book I have always thought would be great fun to adapt to comics form Armageddon Blues was the story of two punk girls Liz and Al who were templated on an assortment of nice young ladies I knew hanging out in the bars of Kensington in the late 80s early 90s in Toronto Liz is the one with the big hair and war paint A bike courier she was meant to be the more emotionally secure angry genXer of the two A nice smart girl from a good home Ha Says Liz who was pissed to find not all was fair and light in the real world For her aside from her relationship with Al the plot of the story was to be essentially about her political awakening Al is a few years younger 17 maybe She s a bit more twisted inside confused about her sexuality and with some serious scars from her abusive past Not at ease with boys or girls she s infatuated with Liz She s a whirling dervish a bomb going off a few times a day There was more to all this but after 15 pages I stopped working on this book feeling totally uncertain about my abilities to competently write the story Someday soon now maybe I ll find my way back to Liz and Al and tell their story Really if i could tell my younger self it s just a good old girl meets girl girl is a bit crazy girl gets burned so it goes Max Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share

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  • Early Zines | Salgood Sam ● Com
    Zines Used to make them all the time Still do now and then Thought I d build an online archive of them here before their was quark or page maker there was paper I always made past up plates to print them from just like Mr Marsh taught us at Wexford So makes it fairly easy to make nice digital masters Started this a while back but have to digitize quite a a few of them still Will add more to this in the future But here s a sketch book zine and a couple of pdf copies of old illustrated Lit zines i published way way back in the day 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Pause Play Play Prev Next Show thumbnails Hide thumbnails Fullscreen 1 2 3 left right CscdcC A sketchbook journal I kept on a trip to Montreal in 1996 The cover shows one of the first proto appearances of my pen name This is a short time after I first worked for Marvel and walked away from it I was working at Nelvana and trying to work out what sort of comics or whatever i wanted to make and recovering from a busy summer of breakups And a lot of people watching I ve cut some embarrassing early attempts at writing but most of it s there still The fire damage is intentional I really liked working with fire Been awhile since I torched any pages in my sketchbooks but I love the shapes it makes and the smoky pasterns I d use it to somewhat spontaneously alter the shape of the image area and improvise with it Lot more in another big book from around and after that year Grab the popular CDisplay reader here for the CBR version Also if you just re write the cbr for zip you can pull the jpg files out of the archive Nisrigion A lit zine I illustrated designed and published with my buddy Jonathan Sugarman J F Sugerman The PDF of 2 features both the alternate covers for the issue and the conclusion to J F Sugerman s futurists gonzo dystopian play Drowning We published it in two parts A third issue was in the works but it never reached fruition Nisrigion one Nisrigion two This stuff is posted under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 2 5 Canada License Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share

    Original URL path: http://www.salgoodsam.com/2012/04/21/old-zines/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Animation | Salgood Sam ● Com
    Waynehead Design EEK the CAT Storyboard 500 Pound Planet Storyboard War Time Vanity Storyboard Twins Sketchbook Sketchbooks pt1 Sketchbooks pt2 Sketchbooks pt3 Life art About Email Rates Bio Work Diary Blog News Press Comics bibliography The Social Network Agency CV client list on LinkedIn Salgood around the net FAQ Store Spilt Ink Publishing The Spilt Ink Patreon Teaching Sequential Animation A A Doodle clips Hand drawn videos Illustration HONOUR BOUND THE EXILE OF ADOLF BUSCH Not sure how to classify this work I created layered animatable art for others to animate Pre Production Key location prop design Mangalatina h2ventertainment Heavy Metal Fakk2 CINE GROUPE Inc Director George Unger Backgorund Art Sam Max Nelvana Animation Studios Production Design Backgorunds Waynehead backround prop designer 1st season EEK the CAT backround prop designer Season 5 Clifford The Big Red Dog Scholastic B W on model linear Illustration series for an interactive CD ROM for Scholastic Storyboards War Time Vanity a 500 Pound Planet Twins Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Search for Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Social Networking G o o g l e Facebook T witter LinkedIn Live Journal and Flick r Recent Posts Salgood Sam Toronto ComiCon Table P23A What s new A sneak peek at Key for the

    Original URL path: http://www.salgoodsam.com/animation/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Doodle Clips, a new service i’m offering… | Salgood Sam ● Com
    Twins Sketchbook Sketchbooks pt1 Sketchbooks pt2 Sketchbooks pt3 Life art About Email Rates Bio Work Diary Blog News Press Comics bibliography The Social Network Agency CV client list on LinkedIn Salgood around the net FAQ Store Spilt Ink Publishing The Spilt Ink Patreon Teaching Sequential Doodle Clips a new service i m offering A A Doodle Clips The RSA animates helped to popularize this style of presentation I ve just started experimenting with the approach and enjoy it quite a bit It s ideal for communicating ideas clearly for just about any client and viewers seem to enjoy watching cartoon art drawn on camera even just for its own sake I can provide full services from development of the script to final posting and hosting on Youtube or other video sites Contact me about rates for your next viral video project Music is Instrumental by Sinphonic from Man Vs Himself 1997 Used with thanks to the talented George Westerholm and co Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Friday July 19th 2013 at 12 00 pm Animation ART Work Diary animation Art AV Club blogging News video Feed Comments Previous Next Comments are closed Search for Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Social Networking G o o g l e Facebook

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  • Animation: Honour Bound – The Exile of Adolf Busch | Salgood Sam ● Com
    06a 06b 07 08 09 10 11 12 12B 13 17 18 19 20 21 22 23A 23B 24 25 29 29b 30 33 34 35 36 36b 39 39B 40 41 43 43b 44 44 altframe 44 backofRex firstportrait record The ARC Ensemble Artists of the Royal Conservatory released Two Roads to Exile RCA Red Seal Sony Masterworks in May 2010 The CD features two exiled composers from Germany Adolf Busch 1891 1952 and Walter Braunfels 1882 1954 As a way to promote and support that album I was contacted last summer about working on a short graphic novel style film in collaboration with ARC The plot of the short depicts the story of Adolf Busch s last months in Germany in 1933 Short it consists of about 44 frames of layered art i created to be animated in after effects The final product is only 6 minutes in length Take a moment to watch and learn more about the German violinist But the short has been well received and is now officially up on the ARC site after it s run on BRAVO I enjoyed doing this mostly Directed by James Murdoch and produced by Simon Wynberg of ARC and James Murdoch To be honest I m not entirely happy with how the art was animated in the end some frames work but some did not get executed as I d have liked And some moments are a bit to goofy I think Would love to have a go at that myself some time Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens

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  • Backgorund Art inking: Sam & Max the Freelance Police | Salgood Sam ● Com
    inking Sam Max the Freelance Police A A Back to Animation menu Pause Play Play Prev Next Show thumbnails Hide thumbnails Fullscreen samandmaxBGlayoutsample1 samandmaxBGinksample1 samandmaxBGlayoutsample2 samandmaxBGinksample2 samandmaxBG1 8 samandmaxBG1 un samandmaxBG8aUN samandmaxBG8aUN2 samandmaxBG8a182 samandmaxBG8a158 sam and max BG1 47 samandmaxBGbrains samandmaxBGun4b samandmaxBG6b135 samandmaxBG6b52 samandmaxBG6b54 samandmaxBG5b17a samandmaxBG5bun samandmaxBG5b88 samandmaxBG5b77 samandmaxBG6a78 samandmaxBG6a70 samandmaxBG6a74 samandmaxBG5b73 samandmaxBG5b27 samandmaxBG2b212 samandmaxBG2b199 samandmaxTimewarpdesing The first four images are samples of before and after the inking In late 1996 on the referral of Goran Delic the lead designer I was hired on from in house to ink backgrounds over simple liner layout art for the Sam Max cartoon series run on Fox in 1997 It was produced by Canadian studio Nelvana They wanted a very strong stylistic look to the art so the work was all done using a Pentel Brush Pen and White Out Goran s tools of choice the director Steve Whitehouse decided to deviate radically from the style of creator Steve Purcell s work for the backgrounds for this show These B W pages were then coloured digitally in the paint dept and matched back with the animation the layouts we worked from had been done for It was a demanding job largely to the clash between the quality Steve desired and the schedule the studio wanted to keep We had to do 5 or 6 of these a day on average as I recall Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on

    Original URL path: http://www.salgoodsam.com/animation/backgorund-art-inking-sam-max-the-freelance-police/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Design: Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2 | Salgood Sam ● Com
    promoted to location Designer and given a raise I liked this They had managed to scrounge together some equipment so i had a desk but it took a couple of days to get some of the other gear like lamps pencil sharpener and so on Paper and pencils were still in short supply so it was a good thing we had lots of erasers Also for a floor with three productions on it we had just one photocopier Long lines meant it took about 30 min to get photocopies When I joined them they had the script in hand for about three months already but the story board had not been started and no one had timed it out It took a month or more till that was done Eventfully they locked the board artists up in a resort on the north of the island with their own copier and made them get it done over the course of a week The news then was we were were over by something like 130 minutes I had read the scrip and suspected something like this After the cuts i read it again and while it was shorter it still lacked a great deal of focus i thought and was pretty well to be frank bad One of the first things i was put to task working on was re drawing designs and expanding on the work done by a crew member who quit the same week i arrived He had been there for about three months and had rendered some amazing location designs for the fighting pit and associated scenes cut ultimately from the final film set in a lizard run Vegas style sin city in a volcano The studio burned him by not paying him for over a month so fed up he had left with all his work forcing them to do it over George liked my work on that so he then tasked me to work directly with him to realize the landscape and key props for the end of the film set in a walled desert city and it s pyramid like temple I enjoyed working with him for a few months But it felt like the production was stalled on several fronts and after a while George came to clash with the line producer They both quit the same day and we were without leadership for about two or three weeks as I recall When a new regime was finally chosen they tossed all the designs for the climax scene s and the fortress temple I had been working with George on and then asked to see what I had done I had a few other locations left but as I pointed out much of my work was now in the bin That s when they told me it was not working out in a manor implying it was my fault and fired me In the end good riddance I am also not amused they ended

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  • Design: Mangalatina | Salgood Sam ● Com
    list on LinkedIn Salgood around the net FAQ Store Spilt Ink Publishing The Spilt Ink Patreon Teaching Sequential Design Mangalatina A A Back to Animation menu Pause Play Play Prev Next Show thumbnails Hide thumbnails Fullscreen mangalatina prop bones mangalatina prop bones2 mangalatina int beets1 mangalatina int beets2 mangalatina int beets3 mangalatina int belloroom3 mangalatina int ccbedroom3 mangalatina int ccSclock mangalatina int chuchoroom3 mangalatina int dinner mangalatina int dinner2 mangalatina int torcher mangalatina int wrkarea mangalatina loc church mangalatina loc dinner mangalatina loc pinyatas mangalatina loc garage mangalatina loc park mangalatina loc rio mangalatina loc square mangalatina loc triplex mangalatina prop carext mangalatina prop carint mangalatina prop cart mangalatina prop hydrent Pre Production Key location prop design for h2ventertainment Helped on the early development of the concept for this animated series for a local production house Much of my work consisted of designing a neighbourhood around which the main action of the series was to happen It was based loosely on a area in the middle of an Italian Montreal neighbourhood Near as I can tell they ended up not using a lot of this stuff There s hints of a few of my locations here and there but mostly they seemed to have gone with a whole different look and feel ref Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share

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