A little backstory on this: Back in 1997, I became an assistant director on the Simpsons, my first episode being 'Simpsons Bible Stories'...haha, I know..
One of the last scenes was the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse riding on a cloud, red skies and ghoulish laughing.
The scene only lasts a few seconds, but took me over two weeks to animate....I had to traditionally animate horses running in perspective, as well as these guys on the horses!
So there you have it! My love of these guys;) See the Simpsons screen shot here: http://tarrzan.deviantart.com/art/Simpsons-Four-Horsemen-184326382
The visions of Alex Ruiz range from dark and disturbing, all the way to vomit inducing cuteness and hilarity. In his paintings, the creatures of his thoughts crawl off the page and transplant themselves into the unsuspecting brain, hopefully taking residence there as well. Born in the Cuevas Negras( the Black Caves) of Hermosillo, Mexico, Alex began engraving murals on the cavern walls, and soon after, the walls of family and friends' baby nurseries. To this day, he continues to explore the roads and depths of the heart and mind, especially the odd and strange ones, and bury the findings within his art. Alex is now a freelance concept artist/illustrator living in Los Angeles, California, lending his talents to the film, television, and...
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