Sunday, August 17, 2008

Bomb Intro...

Woohoo! Found it! This is the 2008 PMC Film Fest "Monyty Python" bomb intro I animated in AFX. Chris Silva did the voice, Ami Clark did the burning wick and sack bounce, and many PMC officers helped cut out pictures. The music is "The Liberty Bell" by John Phillip Sousa. Please don't sue us, this was a student project for a school function and not copied or sold :)

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Saturday, August 16, 2008

I will be posting the bomb intro later on. Just have to get it into AFX to cut it out of the film festival itself. Unfortunately, I placed all sounds into it when it was in Final Cut with all the other parts of the film festival. I should have done it on it's own and then submitted it so that I would have had a copy of it with the sound included, but that did not happen. So anywho, here's other stuff to pass the time while you wait. How gracious of me.

Fish Food was animated by Alice Herring. The fish animation and layout were Alice's, I did the bubbles and animated the text for this sequence using After Effects.

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And here was a project that I did for Digital FX class that was a "Grab Bag" assignment that I'm not sure many people have seen. Anyway, it was hard to do b/c all the film footage we got was incredibly old and pixellated with camera shake and all kinds of fun stuff to pick through. Lots of roto work. Anywho, I came up with this little number, and it cracks me up, though it's totally ridiculous and cheesy. And demented. But it's a cheap thrill, what else can I say? You will never look at Ajax the same ever again.

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Some other stuff too...

This first image was a Shel Silverstein poem interpretation:


Some work I should have started posting a long time ago....





Sunday, August 26, 2007

Environment Pics



Here is the temple my piggy live in!

Piggy Pics

OK, so here are the pics of my piggy that I have been meaning to post since last May. Woohoo!



Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Final Layouts With Character


Here are those same layouts with the characters placed in them.