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Archive for the ‘Visual Development’ Category

No Joke! …R.I.P. and Watch Your Ash!

February 26, 2012

3 -Year Jerrybrice’s Blog Anniversary ‘No Joke!’ Comic Strip Scavenger Hunt Contest….$1000.00 Prize For Most 90’s No Joke! Strip 200Dpi Scans!!!….

August 5, 2011

In celebration of the 3 year anniversary of Jerrybrice’s Blog I ,Jerry Brice ,am offering $1000.00 to anyone who can submit to me the most comprehensive “No Joke!” comic strips scanned to at  least 200 Dpi in a reasonable quality as a .jpg (or similar format), … of the iconic ,low key..but very loud, aggressive, and […]

Jerrybrice’s Blog Animated Promo Spot Now Up!!!…Check It Out! (Video)

February 3, 2011

This is a promotional spot for Jerrybrice’s Blog that I created. The blog is billed as the intersection between Animation, Culture, and Politics, …and sometimes we throw in a little sex and violence if we can get away with it! Check back daily, to read an animated point of view on the latest breaking news, […]

Jerrybrice’s Blog is officially 1 year old today!!!…Thanks for all the support!!!

September 29, 2010

As of September 27,2010,my blog,Jerrybrice’s Blog, officially became 1-year-old,which is a major milestone for us here at our headquarters!!! This first year we have dedicated ourselves to delivering you, our followers and loyal readers,the best content on a consistent basis, that you have become accustomed to here. We have a lot of new and exciting […]

King Of The Hill Walk-Cycle Test Animation…A Behind The Scenes Look At Animation Development For A Hit Primetime Series…

July 6, 2010

This is a compilation of the Walk Cycle Test Animation I created during the development period for ‘King Of The Hill’, made before the first season of the series which ran on Fox Television Network. NOTE:(This clip is very repetitive and heavily edited along with the music…just to be abstract!!!) This is test animation for […]

Caravaggio,Scientist Investigate The 400 Year-old Cold Case About His Mysterious Death!!!!

April 6, 2010

One of my favorite classically trained painters is Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, (29 September 1571 – 18 July 1610) who was an Italian artist who had a unique sense of lighting, and emotional subject matter that had a profound influence on fellow artist for years to come, and transformed the Baroque school of painting. The Baroque […]

Raw Audio: Chris Henry 911 Call…Listen Here.

December 18, 2009

Several callers to the Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department in North Carolina describe the scene where Cincinnati Bengals player Chris Henry was injured falling off a moving pickup truck.  He later died. This sounds like a very heated and crazy moment that led to Chris Henry’ untimely demise. Here is a link to the full story…http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/bengals/2009-12-17-chris-henry-mainbar-charlotte_N.htm

How I Art Direct The Artist I Collaborate With…The White House By Jerry Brice

December 5, 2009

When developing animated projects,something I have been doing commercially for well over 21 years,I have always taken the position that every project by me should look different stylistically, in some way, from the previous concept I visually developed. That is a position that I have learned to be the wisest move for an animation designer […]

The Undertaker…an original concept and designs by Jerry Brice

November 3, 2009

  The Undertaker is an original concept that I based off of a story that my dear old friend, and staunch supporter of my artwork,the late great Mr Hartwell Ragsdale, local mortician/businessman told my father and I one day.   Mr. Ragsdale was the leading mortician and undertaker here in the black community of San Diego, and […]

T-Rock’s Slammin Cave Dayz-An original take on the Black Flinstones By Jerry Brice

October 22, 2009

In the 90’s, I had developed a relationship with Judy Price, who was the Vice President of Children’s Programming for C.B.S. television networks. For some reason, she had become a fan of my No Joke comic in Urb Magazine, and I had come to find out that my friend Brian O’Neal had made her aware […]

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