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Hi! I'm Christopher, and I'm a storyboard artist looking for work in TV animation. I'm available now for board artist or revisionist work.

Portfolio: birnbaumcc.com/about-cab
Email: birnbaumcc@gmail.com

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Hello, friends! I'm a storyboard artist currently working in commercials, but looking for work in TV animation as a board artist/revisionist. Find me everywhere as @ScribbleAddict

Portfolio: birnbaumcc.com/christopher

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Welcome to the community πŸ˜„ :mastohi:

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So excited that we were finally able to share the Mastodon Artist with y'all today. I had a ton of fun making him. :) It was an honor, and I was very happy to make our place a little more unique. I have to admit, I put a little of myself into the design, although this character is meant to be androgynous and represent us all :)

Looks like Burbank's going to be our new home. Very happy about this :D

Fast and the Furious: The Meltdown

Fast and the Furious: Continental Drift

Fast and the Furious: Collision Course

Fast and the Furious: Continental Crack-Up

Fast and the Furious: Spaced Out

*Oops*

Somewhere there's a time thief.
Whom I blame for all my grief.
Though I suspect, to my regret,
It's all my fault that I forget.

Painting ! I noticed that I tend to blur and blend things too much, so this one was made with a hard brush all the way. Layers were used though.

art has been like

*wants to do art, needs to do art*

*shakily draws circle*

"whew, that's good for now"

*leaves art program on in background all day*

painter with deathwish/
daubs statues of tyrants with/fitting epitaphs
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Hello there! I recently came from mastodon.social and wanted to try this instance for a change, since I realised most of my toots revolve around artsy stuff. Since I seem to not be able to move my toots, I might repost some of them here as well, next to newer stuff.

I myself like drawing, doodling and, when I find the time, knitting. I'm also trying to fill my 300 coasters with random doodles (I think I'm at 45).

Hello, mastodon.art! Good to be here.

Here’s the other art style challenge I did three years back! One of my other NPCs, Marie Gaiman, in the style from PokΓ©mon ORAS, I believe. I had a great time doing this one, as the art of PokΓ©mon is one of my biggest inspirations.

What's your favorite old commercial? It's not that old, but this is mine: youtu.be/Qp-tdoq-6Yg

It's funny, I've been wearing vans since the 2000s, but now they're suddenly more popular than I ever remember them being. All my students thought I was so cool for doing what I've always done lol.

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Daisy in red. Fountain pen on heavy paper. A little sloppy here and there as the paper warped with heavy ink coverage. In my shop.

The final version of the underground alien junkyard. I used light and medium gray fineliners for the background hills and black fineliner for the foreground hill. The shadings are black foreground were done with markers in various gray tones.

I'm content with the overall look & feel, not so much with the details, but it still feels like an efficient drawing for which I didn't want to spend too much time on.

And yes, these aliens use stairs.

I'm still kind of in a state of disbelief that we've actually made it to Los Angeles. This has taken years of planning and work. If we'd been able, we would have come years ago.

And now we're here. We actually did it. Is this real life?!

I might not be that great of a skate boarder (read: terrible), but at least I've got cool kicks πŸ˜†

4 computers, a tablet, and a Cintiq later, we're pretty much set up at our (temporary) place in Hollywood.

Now all we gotta do is find a long term apartment. Here goes.

Successfully made it to Los Angeles. And now we're wiped. You might not realize it, but driving all day, for three days straight is exhausting. 😴

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