An interactive website that illustrates the characters of the Commedia Dell Arte as conceived by artist Cynthia Wells
This is a children’s picture book I illustrated. The first half is fantasy, the second half is about the natural history of the animals featured in the book.
I had arrived right before the start of the concert. The only seat left was a table in front of center stage. I found out why a couple of minutes … Continue reading Dexter Gordon at Ronnie Scotts
Birdlady A short clip from the film “Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe” Inspirations – George Lepape, Elvis, Laurie Anderson
See more of Ponty here.
Any guesses on what she’s saying? This was a scene from “Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe” completed in 1995. I’m getting it transferred to digital files soon. … Continue reading Animating the two-faced diva
As an artist with a background in animation I’ve always wanted to have the ability to get movement into my work without having to do a big production. We’ve upgraded … Continue reading cat1
When designing a character, movement, or color palette, I like to push an idea as far as possible – taking advantage of the negative space. The way one shape plays … Continue reading Negative space, Armory Week
“Breakfast at the Roadhouse” Santa Monica Canyon right across the road from Will Roger’s Beach. Patrick’s Roadhouse run by (at that time) a guy named Bob. Greasy spoon, very small … Continue reading Breakfast at the Roadhouse, trip to NYC