Disney-related
All Disney-related artwork shown is meant to demonstrate the artist's talent and ideation, without regard to possible license restrictions; the below was created out of a sense of play.
Muppet Self-Portraits | SERIES
Including, but not limited to, the below
Example of work in-context
Example of work in-context
"Distinctly Patriotic" | Sam Eagle's presidential portrait
36"x48", Oil on linen

Upon closer inspection of the flag's ornament, one will discover that the golden eagle is shaped like Sam.
"Kermit the Frog, here."
8"x10" (scale adjustable), Watercolor & Watercolor pencil
"PIGGY"
8.5"x11", Genuine magazine a la Vogue, framed

This issue of PIGGY magazine is for Oct. 13th and is "priced" at 74 cents; Miss Piggy made her glamourous debut on October 13th, 1974.

Carousel of Progress Pop Art | SERIES
A tribute to progress & an homage to Andy Warhol
The Set
69.5"x36" (various alternate digital print sizes), silkscreen print

The sequence of background colors in the set above corresponds with the sequence of colored lights that illuminate the attraction's logo at the beginning of the show.
Individual Pieces (including, but not limited to, the above)

16"x16" (various alternate digital print sizes), silkscreen print
Additional Work
Portraiture
Early 2020
Early 2020
Early 2022
Early 2022
"No Respect at all" | Caricature of Rodney Dangerfield
"One Man's Dream" | Portrait of Walt Disney (some stylization employed)
Early 2021
Early 2021
Early 2022
Early 2022
L-R: Churchill Study | Exercise of imagining color, Stylized Self-Portrait in a dead palette
Mid 2022
Mid 2022
Late 2021
Late 2021
Mid 2022
Mid 2022
Left & Right: "Jackson" & "'Berg" | Drawings of Aaron Paul & Bryan Cranston
Middle: Sketch of Walt Disney
Landscape
Mid 2022
Mid 2022
Mid 2022
Mid 2022
Left: Two Color Studies in Diffuse Neutral Light
Right: "Frog Begins His Journey," Animation-Style Painting
Select Early Academic Works
Early 2019
Early 2019
Late 2019
Late 2019
Late 2019
Late 2019
Mid 2019
Mid 2019
Mid 2019
Mid 2019
Oil-Based Clay | Early 2020
Oil-Based Clay | Early 2020
Terracotta Figure Gestures | Early 2020
Terracotta Figure Gestures | Early 2020
Mid 2020
Mid 2020
This one's recent.
This one's recent.
Extra: Collaborative Projects
Tall Order | Award-winning animated short film
Roles: Director, Story Lead, Visual Development Artist, Character & Visual Effects Animator, Lead VFX Artist, Editor & Compositor.
Set in the height of the prohibition era, Tall Order is a 2D-animated Noir/Comedy about an unorthodox detective who takes the mafia head-on.
From the project’s initial conception up to its final polish and marketing, Christophe led a 13-person team through an entire film production pipeline, across both remote and in-person workspaces. Tall Order constituted the grandest in scope, among the collaborative projects that have earned Christophe respect among his creative peers and recognition for his professionalism, work ethic, and abilities as a leader widespread.
Tall Order has won an Excellence Award and has cemented its place as a finalist in multiple festivals such as The Rookie Awards 2022, Florida Animation Festival 2022, and Oregon Short Film Festival 2022; the short film is only just beginning its lengthy, worldwide festival run.
Appealing Animation| 3D-Animated Vignette
The purpose of "Appealing Animation’s" conception was to demonstrate one of the many applicabilities of Side FX Houdini to film.
Appealing Animation” is the joint work of a programmer and an artist; Under the hood, Much of the low-level technical elements, most notably the premise of the short—the peeling effect—was brought to life by Jon, as the programmer. On the rest of the visual side, all props were modeled, animated, with their textures painted by hand, by Christophe, as the artist. The two teammates merged and polished each element of the project into a whole, at which point Christophe composited the film into its final look.
Soon after its completion, “Appealing Animation” was featured in the 2020 annual Houdini Student Reel (2:38), on SideFX media platforms, and was used as marketing material by DigiPen Institute of Technology for the private university’s courses on Houdini.
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