Episode 64 – Claus Studios (Justin Harder)

 

In this episode, we sit down with Justin Harder of Claus Studios. You may know his work from the end titles to Thor: The Dark World, Deadpool, Book of Life and Rooster Teeth’s Lazer Team.  He also teaches a class at Otis College of Art and Design. Justin is a master of illustration and motion graphics so we delve into what it takes to do what he does and have a fun chat about what he digs and what makes him tick.

Check out Justin’s amazing work below.

Justin spoke with Fandango about his work on the Deadpool end titles. http://www.fandango.com/movie-news/the-art-of-deadpool-chatting-with-the-movies-credits-artist-plus-see-his-piece-created-for-us-750479

Justin is also working on a children’s book Finding Happi Ness which you can take a look at on his website here.  He mentions developing an amazing VR experience that children can interact with, and it sounds like such a great addition to an already fun title.

You can find and follow Justin and Claus Studios at the following outlets!

All pictures are courtesy of Justin’s website. A huge thank you to Justin for taking the time out to chat with us.  Keep a look out for his work and go find him at this year’s San Diego Comic Con to speak to him in person!

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