So, I’ve stayed away from it for years, but I am now trying to delve into the mysterious ciaos that is Tumblr. I will still be posting here of course, but feel free to follow me on my Tumblr as well. The stuff I post there might be rougher and less finished than some of the things I post here. More works in progress and funny gifs. Should be more soon so be sure to check it out!
These are some color test of a character that could be the companion character for the ancient Norse version of Arianna.
I updated my demo reel with some of the work I have been doing this semester. I hope you enjoy it! Some of the shots are from our student film “Nautia” which will be showing in film festivals soon. After we put it in festivals it should be available online as well. I’ll let you know when that happens.
Demo Reel Breakdown:
“Nautia”: Shots 56, 57, 57a, and 58 (Fall 2014) responsible for rough animation
“Zombie Waking Up”: (Fall 2013) responsible for all animation and cinematic elements
“Water Effects” : (Spring 2013) responsible for all animation and cinematic elements
“Nautia”: Shot 55 (Fall 2014) responsible for rough animation and clean-up
“Falling Masses” : (Spring 2013) responsible for all animation and cinematic elements
“Faun Walk Cycle” : (Fall 2013) responsible for all animation and cinematic elements
“Nautia”: Shot 54 (Fall 2014) responsible for clean-up on whale, girl and jellyfish. Responsible for shadow effect and glow effects of jellyfish.
This is the character from my previous post in different time periods/places. See if you can guess them all!
I designed this character based off a description I received from my friend Emmett. She was described as a 13 year old swamp witch living in the Southern U.S. She is not very good at magic yet and has a bullfrog as a friend. You should check out Emmett’s site! He has some awesome character design and animation!
Here is a sneak peek of our student film “Nautia”. The storyboards shown were some of mine from when we were first brainstorming different story lines and characters. For more videos, sneak peaks, and updates visit our site.
Me and some of my fellow students (Laura Mansfield, Renée Taylor, Kaylee Shmiley, Matt Wydick, and Matt Singer) are working on character concepts for our made-up TV show called “Reaper Control”. It would be a comedy about a struggling grim reaper who has been demoted to collecting the souls of animals. I am in the process of exploring some concepts for the dog trainer that would appear in the series.