Friday, April 26, 2013

Film Poster

Immaturity at its best

Sunday, November 4, 2012

The Gasdock

Some early design ideas for my 'gasdock' worker and the boat(s) involved..

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Bad. Ass. Moses.

He'll part your face into a red sea of blood.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

I wish I had a moustache like that

Angry Tinny

I only did the animation and cleanup on the big red ghost in this scene, all other work (bg, layout, extra characters) is credited to my classmates.

Ghost wisps

This first scene was rough animated and mostly inbetweened by a fellow classmate Ben Anders, The background line work was also done by Manu Gopinath, and compositing by Marvin Thomas.

I can only be credited for the cleanup and a bit of inbetween work. Other than a few missing inbetweens, considering I cleaned it up within a couple hours I think it actually came out nicely!

I animated and cleaned up the ghost wisp on these next two scenes, everything else (compositing, BG, painting, human characters) is credited to my other group mates. It was my idea to use that nifty hookup though, A work of directorial genius!

Another two scenes starring fabulous Glucose. The first is a short scene I rough animated, cleaned and coloured of when glucose reacts to his first encounter with ghost Tinny. Sadly enough the scene was not even used in the final cut- oh I just love those big ol' ears of his!

This second scene is when Glucose re-enters the Photo booth where our film takes place for a second look at Tinny the ghost.

Once again I owe credit of the painted background to Nicholas Hong, and the line art background to Manu Gopinath