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.
A fellow Atari Lynx fan and pod-caster Cujo (twitter @86Cujo) of the 30 Minute Diabolical Podcast invited me to stand with him. Lone 80’s saints, surrounded by the sheep demons of Nintendo. (A bit exaggerated, I know…) Cujo contacted me a few weeks back and requested a sound byte featuring the Lynx. Be sure to ... Read More
I reached one of my 2016 goals! Get my artwork published in a third party publication of some sort. That publication is RETROKOMP, a quarterly printed retro gaming/computing magazine out of Poland. A good fellow named Piotr contacted me and requested to use a piece from my 2016 Inktober Atari Propaganda collection for the cover ... Read More
Another month of Ink. With the theme of “Atari Propaganda”, I am focusing on creating ads featuring Atari video games, and young people (particularly young women) enjoying those video games. I will post each piece as I finish them here. Further down the page are also links to time lapse videos for each piece. Purchase ... Read More
A little side project. I was digging through patents for old Atari stuff and noticed that the original cartridge shell’s patent was never renewed. No big surprise really, but I thought I would take advantage of the situation, and try my hand at some 3D printing. I dissected a California Games cart and did all ... Read More