I’ve been posting a shark a day for sharkweek. The weekend sharks either turned out awfully (I drank too much wine on sunday) or I ran out of time. Got to do better next time!
Here’s what survived the cut. You can purchase these as Giclee prints right on my Etsy store. They look peachy as a group too!
Having fun thinking of the next set. it might even be #dinoweek.
My childhood was spent in the woods, and I’m so glad it worked out that way. It’s something I crave for my kids. The only thing that could have improved my local haunts? That would be a crashed WWII Bomber, of course.
(Visual development for a story that keeps annoying me)
I’m working on some more atmospheric B-roll type shots for apollo. And yes, I do love Breaking Bad.
I had a bunch of fun making this image for a friend’s Android app. Not my usual painting style, but something fun to get lost in…
Man, I love painting these figaro characters. Have done since designing the sets and costumes as an art school project.
The Daily doodlepaint gets caught on screen today.
21 minutes squeezed to three:
A little moment from the apollo short:
My personal boards tend to be on the rough side, but I’ve fun using after effects to add little camera moments. That program looked like the dashboard of a small airliner when I opened it but I seemed to have learned just enough to blag my way through some camera moves… I really recommend Ryan Boyle’s 2d animation tutorials on vimeo if you’re looking to get started:
Playing with cutouts in flash and photoshop: