All these ink drawings were made for the 2012 CalArts Character Animation Open Gallery show. You can see them all here! Each was drawn with India ink on either a love or money scroll, which could be found at World Market. The outsides of the scrolls (visible on one edge) were screen-printed with beautiful colors and textures.
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Drawn while Can We Be Happy Now was in early development!
Can We Be Happy Now
Can We Be Happy Now from Tahnee Gehm on Vimeo.
A man in a grey, drab world is awakened to the beauty and happiness of the real world around him, as the spirits of nature take him on an adventure.
This is my final film at CalArts, animated in TVPaint!
Modeling my 2D film character for kicks! No poncho yet, but eventually he’ll get one.
Flying Poncho Man
What’s this? A man flying in a poncho?! He looks just about as confused about the situation as you probably are: “Why on earth is she painting every frame?” Well, because she can. Especially when she refers to herself in third person, hehe.
Celery Man turnaround
Playing with ZBrush!
Dialogue from Hot Fuzz.
He may not look like celery, but his coloring reminded me of such.
ZBrush power, activate! I’d still like to work on him a bit more, as there are some unfinished parts, but here’s a work-in-progress for now!
Dead Man’s Ball on NBC LA!
NBC LA wrote an article on the Dead Man’s Ball film I made! This is really exciting, I’m so glad people are enjoying it– thank you for all your support!