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1  General Information / General Discussion / Re: My Leone Related Art and Animation on: April 01, 2013, 02:14:12 PM
Cool; sounds good. I guess I got a little scared away from Illustrator when I was a little younger as the class I was in taught it more as a tracing/rotoscope tool by connecting points and stuff with the pen tool instead of actually drawing with a tablet or something. I almost couldn't comprehend it being so used to just picking up a pen/pencil and drawing. That said, I really like the new version of Illustrator and have been using it quite a bit lately.

Hey, not Leone related or anything, but you might enjoy this animated movie review I did since you're a fan of "The Critic" (it actually originates from a review a friend did on IMDb, but we re-did it under a Harry Knowles persona). Not my best animation by any means (it's mostly just talking heads and a few cutaways), but I hope you enjoy it. Definitely looked to "The Critic" for some influence on some of the shots too.
2  General Information / General Discussion / Re: My Leone Related Art and Animation on: April 01, 2013, 01:27:21 PM
Thank you, sir! Really cool coming from you as I'm a pretty big reader of your blog and IMDb posts and really dig the stuff you write.

The stuff I attached/embedded that show up visually in my original post are all digital art. Currently I do my digital stuff mostly via Flash (drawn essentially by hand with a Wacom tablet) with some work done in Illustrator and do some photoshop type editing for some of it (though I actually started dabbling in digital art with MS paint and a mouse believe it or not, haha). My 2D animations are done frame-by-frame so they're just the stills pretty much but edited together or composited in an editing program (though sometimes I use Flash or After-Effects to do the more complex motion graphics stuff I can't just draw). Have been drawing my whole life though so I do do a lot of traditional (on paper) stuff as well usually in black and white and in pen. There's definitely more of that type of stuff on my Society6 and Facebook along with a Deviantart page I keep which has almost everything I've ever drawn on it from a certain point in my life on.

Also, it's not the best place to view my work, but you guys might want to check out my official website as well because it's all Western themed.
3  General Information / General Discussion / My Leone Related Art and Animation on: March 30, 2013, 02:55:27 PM
Hey, folks. Thought I'd share some of my Leone inspired artwork as I've done a lot of it. I also have bunch of drawings and animations related to Eurocult, Italian genre cinema, and movies in general. If you're interested, feel free to "like" my art page at, "subscribe" to me on YouTube at or visit my Society6 page where I am offering various pieces of artwork for sale as prints

Hope you guys enjoy!

And some Leone and Italian genre-film related animations:

FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (alternate ending animation)


THE CYNIC, THE BAT AND THE FIST (Batman Al'Italiana with George Hilton, Maurizio Merli, and Klaus Kinski)
4  Films of Sergio Leone / For a Few Dollars More / Re: Final Duel: Animated Reworking. on: October 08, 2012, 03:52:08 PM
Thanks; glad you like it.
5  Films of Sergio Leone / For a Few Dollars More / Final Duel: Animated Reworking. on: October 07, 2012, 11:42:51 AM
Hope you guys enjoy a little animation I made of the final duel in the film with a bit of a twist.
6  Films of Sergio Leone / Other Films / Re: The Scarlet Worm (2010) on: June 04, 2010, 05:04:37 AM
It all got deleted on Imdb, lol, the jist of it was, (a poster named Paycal posted) that an aging gunfighter trains a young disciple to kill a meek brothel owner who performs abortions on his women. It sounds like a moronic juxtaposition of anti abortion propaganda and ridiculous storyline to me,  why would you need a trained gunfighter to kill a "meek" brothel owner.  

I don't recall all the deleted comments, so I can't re-post them. However, the screenwriter himself has said to me that the film is not anti-abortion at all (it just happens to be about one isolated incident involving abortions). He said he is not interested in "message films". Another person who has read the script also commented on how he never would have expected people to infer such a message (based on the script, not the Kickstarter summary of course).
7  Films of Sergio Leone / Other Films / Re: The Scarlet Worm (2010) on: June 03, 2010, 06:57:34 PM
Its veiled anti abortion political propaganda check this out:

The film is not anti-abortion propaganda. You haven't even read the script.

I don't have the script to send you (contrary to what you may think, I'm not the director or even the writer), but check this out:
8  Films of Sergio Leone / Other Films / Re: The Scarlet Worm (2010) on: June 03, 2010, 12:06:48 PM
The clock is ticking (only about two days left to go). Show your support and become a part of the new Western THE SCARLET WORM!
9  Films of Sergio Leone / Other Films / Re: The Scarlet Worm (2010) on: May 27, 2010, 05:38:21 PM
I don't understand what will happen if the amount of money needed for this isn't raised in given time?

It's all or nothing. If the amount of money needed isn't raised in the given amount of time, the project won't be funded. If you donate, you will only be charged if funding is successful.
10  Films of Sergio Leone / Other Films / The Scarlet Worm (2010) on: May 26, 2010, 09:19:05 PM
A new film in the Spaghetti Western vein is soon to be in production. It stars Spaghetti Western veterans Dan van Husen and Brett Halsey. The film is allowing anyone to become a part of it. You can support the film by simply making a donation on it's Kickstarter page. Great prizes are being offered for contributing. If you always wanted a film credit, now is your chance.

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