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Garrett Gilchrist
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
So, what am I working on, and how can you help? Check out the new video at:
www.patreon.com/GarrettGilchri…

I'm Garrett Gilchrist. I draw, paint and animate, and I also write, direct and edit feature films, like the superheroine film "Shamelessly." I am a film restorationist who edited The Thief and the Cobbler: Recobbled Cut and Star Wars Deleted Magic. I created Whosprites, the lost Doctor Who animation project. I've been a vendor at several conventions. I've written fourteen screenplays.

Yes, I do paid commission drawings! Many of the drawings here are commissions. Usually the cost is $50-100. This is negotiable depending on the difficulty of the piece.

My Tumblr:
tygerbug.tumblr.com

My Twitter:
twitter.com/tygerbuggarrett

My Youtubes:
youtube.com/ocpmovie
youtube.com/orangecowdotorg
youtube.com/thethiefarchive
youtube.com/montypythonet

My comic, The Chosen Ones:
orangecow.org/thechosenones

A message board for creative people, FFrevolution:
orangecow.org/board

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Technical Difficulties
Movie poster for Technical Difficulties by Jess Daniels.

Logo was provided. TV based on a Poser render. Drawn with pencil and pen on paper. Painted in Photoshop CS6. Face based on photo reference. Body not.

This creepy short film is inspired by the infamous "Max Headroom" pirate television hack of 1987.
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Monty Python The Fish Slapping Dance
Michael Palin and John Cleese in Monty Python's The Fish Slapping Dance. Pencil on paper for the rough version then painted in Photoshop CS6.
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Blow Out

Cover for a retro video game, by Garrett Gilchrist.

Blow Out is an unreleased video game developed by Mattel Electronics in 1983 for the Intellivision.

It was intended for the "Party Line Games," a series of three (or six) two-player competitive mini-games. These are a more primitive ancestor to later games like "Mario Party."

The line was cancelled when Mattel Electronics shut down in 1984, but the games exist.

The art was drawn with pen on paper - at quite a large size - and painted in Photoshop. The architecture was constructed in 3D in Poser, and painted over in Photoshop.

The actual game sprites seem to depict male skaters, and a rollerskating clown. I thought roller skating ladies would make for a better cover.

"It's time to dust off your old roller skates and get ready for some balloon popping fun! But you aren't alone. Try your best to beat the other skater (or the other team). Take aim and pop as many balloons as fast as you can. You have an unlimited supply of darts and your best skates on, along with your favorite jam blasting on your ear phones. Watch out, it can get a little hectic atop the scaffolding, especially when the music stops!”

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Hard Hat

Cover for a retro video game, by Garrett Gilchrist.

Hard Hat is an unreleased video game developed by Mattel Electronics in 1983 for the Intellivision.

It was intended for the "Party Line Games," a series of three (or six) two-player competitive mini-games. These are a more primitive ancestor to later games like "Mario Party."

The line was cancelled when Mattel Electronics shut down in 1984, but the games exist.

The art was drawn with pen on paper - at quite a large size - and painted in Photoshop. The architecture was constructed in 3D in Poser, and painted over in Photoshop. I thought that the “black and red” colored player could be black, and fought for that a little.

"Tough work and great fun lies ahead of you! Strap on your tool belt, punch the time clock and head to the top. It's a race to get your building's windows completed first. Start with a hot cup of coffee and hustle to get the job done before your competition. Keep an eye on the crane's location to get your material off-loaded and installed faster than the other guy. Don't let the boss hear you break any windows, he may deduct your pay. Be careful unloading your windows from the crane, it's a long way down!"

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Space Cadet

Space Cadet is an unreleased video game developed by Mattel Electronics in 1983 for the Intellivision. It was intended for the "Party Line Games," a series of three (or six) two-player competitive mini-games. These are a more primitive ancestor to later games like "Mario Party."

The line was cancelled when Mattel Electronics shut down in 1984, but the games exist.

Here, each comedic alien must destroy his opponent's planet first.

"The looniest space battle ever. Each team is in command of a decrepit flying saucer that seems to work best as a battering ram. It's an outer space demolition derby!"

The original pixel artwork for the game took some interpreting, but I think I wound up with something pretty accurate to what you see in the game. The art was drawn with pen on paper and painted in Photoshop. The ships were constructed in 3D in Poser using simple shapes, and painted over in Photoshop.

"A feud between fire and ice is underway in deep space. Two battling planets have sent their best pilots to defend their worlds. Now your cadet is ready for some deep space demolition. Be victorious by converting the other planet into either fire or ice depending on which side you choose. Control your ship and fly around in space while avoiding the circling moon. Ram into the twinkling asteroids using your ship and they automatically collide into the enemy's world. Try slamming into your enemies ship for some loony space fun! Careful timing will help tip the victory your way. Get in your saucer, cadet, the battle has begun!"

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More rare footage from the unmade 1983 Darrell Van Citters version of Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Starring Paul Reubens.

youtu.be/E3mmaWgoFhM

Another new video restoration of a rare film!
Fun With Mr. Future (1982, Disney, Darrell Van Citters)

youtu.be/M0qCfuZqqsc

And some Muppets --
vimeo.com/user15587929/videos

Super Mario Bros 2 HD Remake! Princess Peach HDNes test by Alex Douglas, art by Garrett Gilchrist.
youtu.be/A0Aw-7J4uow

A new videogame. I contributed art, animation, writing and voiceover to this campaign. Enjoy!
www.kickstarter.com/projects/1…

Also check out my trailer for the HD remake of the 1987/1992 classic, Night Trap:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCwi38…

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AIRVECEntertainment Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2016
Hi there. I am a big fan of "The Thief and the Cobbler" just like you, and I wanted to talk to you about a couple things. First off, remember that trailer for the original version of the film that was shown in some British theaters? Maybe you thought about doing this, but I decided to recreate that trailer, by gaining as much information as possible.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=OIfEK3Ji…

Also, this might surprise you, but I am currently working on a restoration of the film, called the "Golden Edition" (Keep in mind, this guy called "ArchiplexStudio" changed the name of his restoration to "The Special Edition" to avoid confusion for my restoration). This version would have most of the pencil drawings Photoshopped to be in full color, and may add some more scenes from the Calvert versions that fell useful to the story.

What do you think of my plan? X3
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tygerbug Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
I appreciate the enthusiasm but you really need to leave this film alone and leave animation and restoration to the professionals. Maybe work on something of your own.
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3CrowArtistry Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
One question, will Williams ever try to revive the film?
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ThaRealJoshxp Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2016
Hey, I'm not sure if you're busy, but if you could send the written permission thing to my email, joshxp6432@gmail.com, I would really appreciate that, but if you can't I understand, but could you telle if you can't, so I can get my money back from the t shirt company
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ThaRealJoshxp Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016
Hey, love your work, I'm tryna create a t shirt for myself using one of your pieces of art, can I get your written permission to do so
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ArchiplexStudio Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2016  Student Filmographer
Hi there. Archiplex here. Today, I got some amazing videos for you to see.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppht1m…
www.youtube.com/watch?v=wafIeQ…
www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTbjyR…
www.youtube.com/watch?v=twflrg…
www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6RKpn…

I created those myself because I have my own version of The Thief and the Cobbler planned in production. "The Thief and the Cobbler: Golden Edition" will be similar to that of your Recobbled Cut, only this time using the Keramidas Cut for restoration. What do you think about that?
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Wario94 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Hello, Wario94 here and I have a question for you: what happened to your Vimeo account, anyway?
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tygerbug Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Copyright.
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Wario94 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hello, me again, and since you said that you're a biggist Richard Williams fan, so here's my drawing that you'll shock your eyes:
miiverse.nintendo.net/posts/AY…
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Wario94 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hello, my name is Wario94 and I enjoyed your fan made restoration of The Thief and the Cobbler. Now, here's my question: are you going to made the mark five version of The Thief and the Cobbler: The Recobbled Cut?
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