A spirit key is hatched– a rare phenomenon, helping heal and uplift the key people… With the exception of one boy who misuses its power.
This is my BFA-3 film as a Character Animator at CalArts.
Also viewable on Vimeo!
I’m open to any critiques and ideas on these guys! Creepy? Cool? Coolpy?
I hear that some mathematicians looooove to solve math problems in their free time– for entertainment, like playing video games.
X = mathematician fun
Y = these drawing exercises
I = me
Y + I = X
Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day! (According to CalArts). Here are some screenshots from a Z-sculpt I made last night (errrr this morning) of my main character, sans eyes and hair. This was somewhat inspired by James Gurney’s visit on Friday– he suggests that if you want to get realistic lighting/foreshortening/etc of a fictitious character, make a Sculpey (or in my case, Z-brush) maquette of them to work off of. It really, REALLY helps!!!!
Our second animation project entailed designing a fish and making it believably swim/float/drift through the water. Mine’s a punk rock fishy, hence the headbang.