Walk & Run Animation

As a followup to my last blog post, here's my walk & run animation with Baz (walking) and Jon (running) from my Character Design assignment. This was THE HUGEST PAIN to get to work in Flipbook. I might give this a rework sometime since there wasn't a lot of time to get this done, but I did what I could with the time I had.


Takin' Care of Business & Chavvin' It Up

Contrasting characters for a Character Design assignment, designed for the walk & run animation. I decided to spruce up the sheets I did of them both digitally. There's things in both sheets I'd definitely fix if I did another pass over them both, like strengthening expressions and consistency.

Here's Jon the businessman...
...and Baz the chav here.

I hope the drawings speak for themselves of what kind of characters these are! :P The animation of them, which I should be posting next week, will be Baz walking and Jon running into him from behind, late for work. Baz will probably flip him one at least.


Royal Winter Fair: Life Drawings

Here are some animal drawings, all done obnoxiously lightly in col-erase (which is why I had to take photos of most of them for them to show up, hence the hodgepodged collections). Next time I'll draw darker!

Also below is a study of a mouse deer skeleton. I couldn't find good references for the muscles so they're not very accurate.
I have other life drawings lying around but they're quite large and for me to scan them would be *yawn*.... too much. |3 Zzzzzzz (it's 12:38 and I'm tired)


Interior Painting: An Inside Job

Our second painting assignment of the year was an interior so I took the layout I did for Layout and painted that.
Another Zelda-themed painting because I was listening to the Link To The Past soundtrack and wanted to draw a similar scene like in Link's house around waking up in the night to find a letter... the theme was ANXIETY. What does the letter say? OOoooOOOooo~

Final painting was done rather quickly considering my usual painting speed... about 3.5 hours. Done in watercolor.




Beats for my next storyboard assignment based on the theme of "it keeps happening." Mine is about pidgeons that explode into buttery popcorn and a fat kid who eats it all.

Rough storyboards are due this week so I gotta get workin~ I WARNED YOU ABOUT THE DEADLINES BRO