Archive for the ‘Toys’ Category

My New Mobile Studio: Wacom MobileStudio Pro and MacBook Pro This is a post about my new digital studio, but to put the excitement I have for this setup in context, I think it’s a great idea to backtrack a bit.  A couple of years ago, I posted about my ‘new’ Cintiq companion – new, at […]

  Woohoo!  Here’s another fun project from earlier this year that I’m very proud to show- fun video game racing action! The “Asphalt” Series is well known in gaming circles as a premium racing product and I was very excited to be involved with my clients at PSYOP for their pitch and production of this […]

A long time ago, in a studio far far away- I drew up some storyboards for a Star Wars TFA / Legos teaser-style commercial!  Its a lot of fun to draw Star Wars stuff, and like everyone else on the planet, I was very excited about the new films coming out.  So I’m super happy […]

Disney Princess Fash’ems Storyboards

Posted: 16th March 2015 by maxforward in :30, Color, Females, Kids, Samples, Storyboarding, Toys

Every little girl is destined to grow up to be a beautiful princess and play with their princess friends.  Better get ’em training early!  Best way I know how is to give ’em the latest princess toy craze: Disney Princess Fash’ems! Fash’ems are unlike any other doll toy out there- as they have the amazing […]

Defiants 4×4

Posted: 30th September 2013 by maxforward in :30, Action, B&W, Cars, Kids, Toys, Uncategorized, Vehicles

Having worked on both, I never cease to marvel at how car commercials are strikingly similar to toy car commercials.  They seem to need all the same kinds of shots, and both refer to each other, because many toy cars are sold on their “realism” and many cars are marketed to adults craving fun and […]

Sonic’s first Street Art – Storyboards

Posted: 19th April 2012 by maxforward in Action, B&W, Hip, Humor, Males, Toys, Vehicles

So, yeah, was on Youtube last night and saw something familiar- a Chevy Sonic spot i worked on a couple months ago, come to life!  Here’s a link to the video: And here’s the storyboards I did for it!