Monday, August 4, 2014

My non-spoilery review of Guardians of the Galaxy



Guardians of the Galaxy was my number one anticipated movie this year. From the initial trailer, I felt it was going to have a great blend of action, adventure, and humor. It works as a Marvel movie to expand their MCU. It works as an entertaining, fun, and action packed space opera.
The script was great and handled each character incredibly well. The team has incredible chemistry with one another. Each member has their own unique personality but gels with the rest of the team seamlessly. Each Guardian has ample screen time and each member has moments throughout the entire movie which is very rare, possibly better done then even the Avengers. So many good lines and moments with each character, even minor ones.
The threat felt real and urgent. The big bad of the movie felt threatening and, for me, very memorable. Other Marvel movies had a weak villain, either not well developed or not as threatening as they are made out to be, but Ronin was badass.
The pacing was great, I was entertained and on the edge of my seat the entire time.
The action was great and entertaining. A lot of the action/chase scenes were very reminiscent of Indiana Jones. A lof of the space battles felt very Star Wars like. A Visual feast.
And the audio, oh man, the use of music throughout the movie was incredibly well done. Chose great tracks that fit the tone and mood of each scene. An audio feast.
As my number 1 anticipated movie this year, it did not disappoint. You'll tear up, you'll pump your fists, and you'll laugh. It's one of those rare movies that has everything. Memorable characters. Amazing Action. Light-hearted fun. Colorful music and equally colorful visuals. A movie that is a little Avengers, a little Star Wars, a little Indiana Jones and all HEART!!!


Sunday, May 11, 2014

Disney Photos







Whenever I'm out with my camera, I like to keep an eye out for cool interesting compositions. It just so happens I'm usually at Disneyland with my camera.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Let's go down the rabbit hole




A few pieces that I did for the 2SketchyDames Alice in Wonderland Art show at A Little Known Shop in Anaheim recently.


Coming up next month is their Fan*Alley event which I will also be a part of. Follow them both to keep up to date with all the cool events and signings they will be having!

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Fan Alley

Save the Date! Batman says to get to Fan*Alley and it’d be wise to listen to Batman.

A lot of talented individuals will be here. Check out

http://www.alittleknownshop.com/events/

For more details as the day draws near!

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Animals!

Joined an Animal Electric sketch group and has given me good reason to practice drawings animals and stuff.








Wednesday, December 25, 2013

365 Days





Christmas is over. Only 365 more days til Christmas.