I have to give credit to David for this image. We were almost done when the tree got his attention. Luckily they were able to get up on the branch with his truck. He let me shoot from the back of his pickup. He was also very careful with helping Casey into the tree.
Thanks to you both. I’m happy we got to work together again!
I’m taking a break from photography to let folks know I have some Family Guy artwork for sale.
These pieces were purchased from either an animation seller or from Fox Studios themselves.
I used to be a HUGE fan of the show but my interest has waned quite a bit. Attached are some photos of pieces I have collected over the past 10 years. Please email me at email@example.com or call me at 910-334-3048 if you are interested in a piece. All pieces have certificates of authenticity and are approximatley 10.5 x 12.5 inches in size. Prices are firm. Thanks!
Below: Drawing of Glenn Quagmire and Peter Griffin. This piece is autographed by series creator Seth MacFarlane. Price $150.
Below: Drawing from the first Star Wars Special “Blue Harvest”. This piece is autographed by Seth Green and has an added balloon caption by him over Herbert. This drawing is actually two pieces combined together. It was purchased from Fox Studios this way. Price $150.
Below: Chris Griffin as he appeared in the video “Take On Me” by A-Ha. Price $125.
Below: Herbert as he appears in “Blue Harvest” as Obi Wan Kenobi. Price $125.
Below: Peter Griffin in a scene parodying the 80’s film “Better Off Dead”. Price $125.
Below: Lois Griffin punching Frosty the Snowman from the Christmas Special. Price $125.
Below: Peter and the chicken from one of their numerous fights. Price $125.
Below: Peter, Quagmire, and Cleveland. Price $125.
For those of you interested in learning more about production drawings, I have copied this blurb about them from www.animationconnection.com.
Original production drawings are one-of-a-kind pieces of animation art. Prior to the creation of cels, each character pose and action must be drawn in pencil. These drawings are the artistic backbone of the film or television show, and are much in demand by collectors.
While they lack the vivid colour of cels, drawings are very desirable for two main reasons. Many collectors prefer drawings because it is at this stage that the animators have really exercised their talents and brought the characters to life. Another appealing aspect of drawings is that they generally cost significantly less than a comparable production cel.
Original production drawings are a wonderful addition to any animation collection, and a great way to enjoy the artistry behind your favourite characters. See What To Look For In A Good Cel Or Drawing.
Hi Everyone! Please click here to download your own images from the 75th Anniversary of Community Church!
For the month of August I am booking Senior Portrait sessions in the Richmond County area. Please email me or call me at 910-334-3048.Â The sitting session is $200.Â Clients get a $50 store credit towards prints or a disc of prints.
I can access from home using Embarq and Charter. I can access from my iPhone using Edge. My Aunt, girlfriend, and cousins all in different houses, in different cities connected to Roadrunner cannot. Apple blames Roadrunner. Roadrunner I am sure will blame Apple. I’m not sure I have the stomach to handle a call to Roadrunner. I have no account with them. I pay Apple for a service that should be compatible with any ISP. Apple has been screwed since the launch of MobileMe and Iphone 2.0. This sucks.
Please, everyone reading this click here. Comment to me if you can view the gallery or not. Thank you.
I was pleasantly surprised when Kristy said she wanted a “trash the dress” session. I’ve been wanting to do one of these for a while. Kristy, Dave and a few friends were still in the Outer Banks a few days after the wedding so we had some fun in downtown Manteo then hit the beach. This option isn’t for everyone but if you are still deciding what to do with the dress…come to the Outer Banks!
Jenny and Theran came back to the Outer Banks to shoot a few more beach pictures. The super cool sunset spot is very near Sam and Omie’s in Nags Head. After capturing the sunset we scooted over to Sam and Omie’s restaurant. Manager Lauren was nice enough to let us shoot a few bride and groom bar pics. Afterwards we had dinner.
Due to inclement weather on top of their wedding starting late, Megan and Pete had to skip their sunset picture during their wedding. Luckily they were going to be in the Outer Banks a few more days. I asked them if they didn’t mind putting on their wedding garb again and coming with me to a sound front pier in Nags Head. Both were game for it although the skies had over cast all day. Minutes before this shot the sky opened up and created this wonderful drama.