Monthly Archives: October 2011

Happy Halloween 1.1

My mom, me, my wife, my stepfather, and 2 yr old son.

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Naked people @ weird angles.

3 figures in different perspectives (reclinig 2pt, sitting 3pt, walking 2pt vertical). We were allowed to use photographs for anatomy reference, but not allowed to draw from actual poses. I used more reference on the 2pt reclining then the others, … Continue reading

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Cartoon Takes….

I’m a big fan of takes. Especially the takes of Tex Avery and Bob Clampett. In my professional life I have done a few takes, but frankly a take in Flash for the kind of productions I’ve worked on, and … Continue reading

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Dracula is coming to suck your bloods…

This quarter the students are building their own character libraries for the walk cycles, and using the Dexter library for the lip synch only. I built this one along side them and then we all started walk cycles with our … Continue reading

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Interesting exercise…

            not particularly pleased with the grade, but we can have a longer, more personal discussion about my impressions of the course at a later date. Yes? The assignment itself was very interesting. Take photographic … Continue reading

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Flash Character Library Demo: Walk Cycle

Quick flash walk cycle I started earlier and finished up recently for the Digital Ink and Paint course I am teaching. Character is property of Kat Kosmala.

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I Slept on it…

After some further thought, I think I need to clarify some things about the last post and the grad school submission attached. It’s not a terrible bit of animation. It’s just trying to do too much in too litle time. … Continue reading

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