I am currently employed with Thor Media LLC . But since it is a small company, they are always looking for new clients. This allows me to still do allot of work, as if I was freelance. So, don't be afraid to approach with any work that I or Thor Media would be interested in.
William Thorup is an multiple award winning visual artist located in Salt Lake City Utah. He has worked on storyboarding, on-set VFX consulting, 3D and 2D modeling/animation/compositing, and other post-production tasks for film, broadcast, and web video for over a decade. William Thorup is also a talented illustrator in both traditional and digital media. Providing services such as, character/environment/prop concept art and graphic design.
In his downtime Will makes new video games for old Atari video game consoles. Which includes learning to program in dead languages and making pixel art on old hardware.
Here we go. Time to give it a try. Inktober. I have been wanting to do this for the last few years, after my friend Michael Buhler first introduced me to the event. Be sure to check out his blog, as he is currently inking away as well. I think I final have myself worked ... Read More
This post has been a long time in the making. Some time around the beginning of February of 2015, we approached the James brothers ( a utah local film crew, and artists) who currently involved with a locally made Star Wars Fan film called “Star Wars: Legacy of the Force”, primarily produced by Tye Nelson ... Read More
Again, another nostalgia moment for me. My early childhood was spent on the Atari ST, and even though I couldn’t truly enjoy the games and other functions of the computer, many things left a deep impression on me. One of those things was Golden Path. A point and click adventure that most people have never ... Read More
Looking to expand on my Atari ST peripherals, and for the want of some more convenient storage, I began the search for some Hard Drive space and a drive that could read double sided double density floppy disk drives. Having these two things will help immensely with programming and graphics. File loading will be a ... Read More
This one has been a long time coming. I have always intended to update the original box art, done in Inkscape, with a nicer looking illustration. I just thought I would have gotten to it sooner. I keeping with the overall design of the original box art, I maintained the perspective, composition, and other key ... Read More
I recently purchased a SC1224 color monitor for my ST and realized that it was a model that didn’t have a hard wired 13 pin DIN connector to plug in the back of ST. I did some searching around and soon discovered that finding an orginal replacement cable is becoming impossible. As this model of ... Read More
I was having a hard time finding actual dimensions for Atari ST hardware, so I decided to measure and post for those who may also need the info. Also, check out my sweet art setup at work. (I am owner of the business, I get away with these things sometimes). Keep in mind that the ... Read More
Here is a little mod for the Atari Jaguar that I don’t think is available on the internet at the moment. I was looking to add a switch to one of my Jaguar consoles in order to switch between PAL (50hz) and NTSC (60hz). In order to test Flappy McFur in both modes. The tutorials ... Read More
I have been drawing/painting allot, I swear. Just haven’t been finishing much. I start on a piece, and before I know it, I have moved onto another one, and another one, and anot…… You get the idea. So, I thought I would post something I did manage to finish up (Sorry, forgot to hit the ... Read More
Over the last few months Overstock.com has given me the opportunity to work on a few 15 second broadcast motion graphic spots/commercials for Overstock.com. These covered three separate sales that aired on national television between March and July of 2015. I first want to thank the branding team at Overstock.com for their help in putting ... Read More