Friday, February 4, 2011

Come In My Friend! Come In!

A simple value study painting that was born from paint chipping away from a wood wall and a scribble. It was amazing fun. I did maybe 100 different scribbles to find 100s of different characters and 100s more in photos. These two made it to the final painting. I love saving progress to show how far one has really come from. =)

And here are are the chips and doodles in from it came from.


Hey there! Hi there! Ho there! Here are some things I've been up to in the past year!

It's me! Goodness I'm gorgeous! This is a characterture of myself for the upcoming lip-sync project. Mine's about how I have a horrible time mishearing things. That's what I get for turning my headphones up to 11.

Here's a turn around drawn out and the final result in Maya.
And a close up of mah' pretty little face. =)

Here's my Push Pull! And the Exaggerated. I dislike rigging and all the little problems it kept giving me and ONLY me.

The exaggerated one was much more fun to work on due to being able to pull off the Warner Brothers' Loony Tunes style of animation

And here's the little guys' model! I named him Jester cause nothing else seemed to fit. Maybe Robert...maybe.
Close up of his big nosed face. Honk honk.

Oh, and my Sit Stand from 09? My General Triton. Very French. Very goofy looking.

And here's his little turn around of his snooty fancy pants too.

That's all for now! Until next post with some of my paintings and drawings from Drawing for Animators class! Cheers!