The Harlem Globetrotters

Concept Art and Character Design

As part of the Collaborative Learning Center (CLC) at SCAD, we were asked to propose new ideas and concepts for a possible new animated series for the Harlem Globetrotters. Besides creating my own character lineup and concept arts, one of my roles in the project was to lead the team of the process book development.

Concept Art  - Property of Herschend Family Entertainment ©

Concept Art - Property of Herschend Family Entertainment ©

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The SCAD Squad

I designed the logo and brand for the project, the layout and design for the process book and all the visual keynotes and presentations for the client.

 

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Book Binding Process

Book Binding Process

Character Design Lineup  - Property of   Herschend Family Entertainment ©

Character Design Lineup - Property of Herschend Family Entertainment ©

 
 

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ON SECOND THOUGHT Interview

As part of our Lessons from Left Field series, we take a look at a new animation class at the Savannah College of Art and Design that uses the Harlem Globetrotters as character inspiration for a special project. Students are tasked with helping develop a new animated series based on the team, which recently relocated its headquarters to metro Atlanta.  We talked about the class with Harlem Globetrotter Moose Weekes, SCAD students Scott Kalison and Carlos Soler, and SCAD's director of sponsored projects Lee Todd.