Tuesday, September 4, 2012


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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

That yale thing

A rough mouth sync animation that I do not intend to fix up at any point. The dialogue is from American psycho; such a fun movie <3 I gotta see it again soon.

Animating is still quite a challenging art form for me; I've got a lot of work to do till I can be confident at it.

Friday, February 25, 2011

The stagnant princess

Dissidia fanart as a b-day gift. Not only fun to make, but I feel like I learned a lot about colour while making it. Hopefully the next piece will be more than just fanart sitting there haha. Seriously, her stagnant pose really disappoints me, I'm gonna overhaul those entirely this reading week : I

Thursday, February 24, 2011


So I went lifedrawing with my tutor Cheyenne, and she convinced me to use my old markers, of which I have about 100 or so : > It was so fun I practically forgot I was lifedrawing, which for me is usually a struggle and a pain. Anywho I think I'll be shooting for coloured lifedrawings on thursdays from now on, and I'll see where it takes me.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Picture moment

First professional story pitch!! It was successful to boot, we got Nancy Beiman laughing, and the required edits for the leica are minimal. Good job guys, everyone in the group did great work.

I'll throw up the leica when its done along with my finished boards.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Lip sync

Animation I did up in a couple of hours.. literally! I re-used quite a few frames after the word 'never' to save time. I should probably post more of these things, just I'm not that great at it yet ( the jump at the end is a good example of that)

Oh right, first ever lip sync! I think I'll have a ferrero rocher ; )

Monday, January 31, 2011

So a penguin walks into a bar...

Whew, I haven't posted anything in awhile, and haven't posted school related jazz in even longer. So we finished that bastard muscle test, and though my memory of the names was less than awesome, my drawing got a high A, so I'm pretty happy with how it went all things considered.

By the way, the polar bear and penguin are for character design class, had to be two anthropomorphic animals, that was pretty much the only requirement. So, Rodney Dangerfield and Dean Martin inspired my bear design, and Jimmy Stewart at the bottom of the barrel gave me the initial idea of the penguin. I sort of wish I could have shown off their personalities more, but the project is too small to really get into it, unless I do so on my free time of course.

Anywho, I recently had an epiphany or two about art/ drawing and suddenly I feel a lot more creative than I've felt for awhile. I'll probably expand on that later on but for now, at 1:30 AM I just want to post something and go to bed.