My experience at Digital Life in New York

Posted on September 30, 2007 (Da Craze)

A friend of mine (Omar Solis) told me about a show at the Javits Center called “Digital Life”. This is where you as the consumer get to test some of the latest in digital technology before they hit the stores. Everything from HDTV’s to mobile phones, computers, gaming units and more. I went with friend […]

Behind THE MAKING OF DOODIE Pt 2

Posted on September 27, 2007 (Da Craze)

Here is a walk cycle of Doodie. We are working on developing his style of walk and seeing what works and what doesn’t. This is just one of many test runs we have reveiwed and edited.

Crappy Cowboys are out of this world!!!

Posted on September 20, 2007 (Da Craze)

So I received a copy of a new series entitled “The Misadventures of Clark & Jefferson” from the guys over at CinemaComics. Now I have to tell you, I am not a big fan of western comics although I do love western films; go figure? And-who, I gave this book a gander and did not […]

Artist Hector Rodriguez illustrates Mandie Pandie Series

Posted on September 19, 2007 (Da Craze)

I am excited to announce that Hector Rodriguez of the Comic Book Artist Guild has teamed with Samuel Vera and will illustrate the long awaited children book series “Mandie Pandie”. Hector has a dynamic style which truly compliments the book and story. Here is a sample page from the first issue Mandie Pandie in The […]

BEHIND THE MAKING OF DOODIE

Posted on September 18, 2007 (Da Craze)

Here is the first installment of the “Behind the Doodie” series. As we develop the Acclaimed comic book into 3D, I will take you through each phase of development from troubleshooting to success stories. It helps to have a good rapport with your modeler and animator. Here are some images of the model of Doodie […]

Doodie Fan Art by Melvin Ylagan

Posted on September 12, 2007 (Da Craze)

As we approach the release of the first official Trade Paperback for There’s an Alien in my Toilet, the artwork continues to poor in from artists supporting the character. Here is one by NY Artist Melvin Ylagan. Visit: www.doodiesworld.com for more…