Monday, October 1, 2012

Camp Chippewa

Here is another project that is conspicuous in its absence of fantasy/sic-fi/horror elements. This is the Struzan-esque  poster I did for the short movie  Camp Chippewa. A film by Brandon Osterman. The film is a bitter sweet story of an anti-social boy and a gift in the way of a treasure map, that brings him out of his shell. They launched a kickstarter project to raise funding to finish up the movie and do the post production. Go check them out.


Anonymous said...


I found your blog through the Strange Horizons web site. When I saw your painting "In the market place" I immediately thought of this painting - unless you've seen it before it might be of interest to you.

The painting, by Swedish artist Carl Gustaf Hellqvist shows an historical event - the city of Visby, a wealthy, important trading city in the Baltic Sea, paying ransom money to the Danish king Valdemar Atterdag to avoid getting burned to the ground. Probably not historically accurate, but lots of detail to immerse oneself in.

Best regards,

Malcolm McClinton said...

wow, what a great image. So much detail, love the expressions of the people as they bring the ransom, very cool.

Anonymous said...

Glad you liked it!