Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Back to Traditional: The Ball Bounce

I'm working on some traditional tests with some guys from work.  We're starting from the very beginning: The Ball Bounce.  The twist here is that after two bounces, the ball has to change into a cube:

This is my second pass (the first pass can be found here). It was done using Pencil (animating software), but I plan on doing my future tests traditionally (paper and pencil).  Next up is another classic, the Flour Sac Walk cycle.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Kung Fu Panda 2

"The cup you choose to fill has no bottom"

Friday, October 09, 2009

One More I Forgot To Add

I did this over a week ago for Creation Engines, but I forgot to post it up here. I knew I wanted to do this character simply because I thought the name and visuals would be funny. I also wanted to attempt to create a comic book feel, as if you were reading a page from a longer story. I'm not a color expert, so it's a little gaudy there, and the layout feels a bit 90's but in the end I had fun.

You wouldn't like him when he's hungry...

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Two More


Captain Hookmerica

Monday, September 14, 2009

Marvel + Disney

I've been pretty busy settling in to my new home and environment, that I haven't posted any art in a while. I've been having a lot of fun over at my friend's group blog Creation Engines where we've been combining Disney and Marvel characters because of the Disney aquisition of Marvel. Here's some of my stuff:

Ghost Jack

Pinocchio + Human Torch

Beasty and the Beast

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

In Progress

I've decided to start the slow process of bringing all my new blog posts back to this blogspot. My other work and website will still be up and running, but the blog portion will stay here.
I appreicate your patience.


Saturday, June 06, 2009

First Week

The traffic isn’t so bad...

I don’t know why we’re green, but maybe Januel’s shirt has something to do with it...

I walk this path Monday through Friday

I still can’t believe I’m here. If someone would have said a year ago that I would be living in Los Angeles and working at DreamWorks, I would have laughed. Don’t get me wrong, I work very hard at what I do, I just didn’t think that I would be in the industry so soon. This first week has been exciting, amazing, and at times a little intimidating. Who wouldn’t be with all the talent around here? But everyone here has been so fantastic. I’m still in training and have a lot to learn, and I’m itching to get animating, but I know from experience that I have to be patient and good things will come from it. It’s been really helpful having an old friend here. Januel has always been welcoming and helpful in showing me around the beautiful campus and the surrounding city. The only thing left to do is to find permanent housing. Then I can settle in and start exploring the area some more. Wish me luck!