Fraser was enjoying a walk on the beach with his dog when he came across something extraordinary …
I wanted to make something simple, focusing on shape and colour. I’ve also made a companion Easter piece. [Jesus] said to them, ‘The Son of Man is going to be delivered into the hands of men. They will kill him, and after three days he will rise.’ But they did not understand what he meantContinue reading “Good Friday”
For my grandfather’s birthday, I made him a tie. The actual sewing of it was fairly simple (no complicated seams or sleeves or buttonholes!) but I had a little trouble getting my head around the repeating pattern. There were a few false starts before I got it right. Here’s the original pattern. All the littleContinue reading “Cats and Dogs”
I was ready to paint a glorious square of blue. Then I saw how light from the city was glowing in the clouds.
This morning I attended the fantastic Animation Masterclass with Ronnie del Carmen (@paperbiscuit on Twitter) at the EIFF Youth Hub. He spoke about the creation of Pixar’s “Inside Out” (which I have not yet seen, but am very much looking forward to) and emphasised how important it is to “Make stuff. Show it. Get feedback.” FeelingContinue reading “Vases”
I’m giving a brief presentation tomorrow on this animation idea of mine, so I’ve been working on the storyboard and colour script. Here are a couple of glimpses at it!
I returned to my deer animation today, changing quite a lot of the ending and adding more breakdowns and inbetweens. I’m planning to clean it up in Photoshop, something like the deer shown below: quite loose and free, hopefully keeping some of the rough nature of the original.Here’s one of my favourite breakdowns from today:
I got some new paintbrushes for Christmas, so I played around with gouache this morning! Close-ups below.
I’d like to work in this style more. I think I can be constricted by my line work sometimes and it was nice just using it as a base to work from!
I recently finished painting my backgrounds. I’m now at the compositing stage, and I’m really enjoying seeing my film look like a film rather than a line test. Here are a few of the finished pieces!