Friday, 30 November 2007

Final Digital Environments Film

Here it is the final film. It turned out better than I expected. Harrison, Simon and I are pleased with it. By the way, the guy at the end is Mike Smith, our teacher.

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Hi, and a tribute to Only Fools and Horses

Well, the end of term is nearly here. It has been long and tiring, with some late nights but my group Itchy Head, i.e. Harrison, Simon and I, can finally relax as the film is rendered and just needs to edited. I felt like we were kinda of settling as we were learning how to do things, like lighting and texturing, as we were going on, and we have run out of time to experiment. I was mostly responsible for the animation, which I deliberately, tried to slow down, as my previous animations have been a bit fast. Please visit to see how we made the film.

Other than that, my case study on Frederator was fun to do and Fred Seibert was a big help. Thanks Fred. I encourage everyone to visit to see what this great studio is capable off.

I might relax for a little before continuing with holiday homework. Happy Hoildays everyone.

P.S. To everyone who is not English I encourage to watch Only Fools and Horses. It's the best sitcom ever, and has the funniest moments ever in a television show. It's just great. One picture here is from a proposed new statue of Walt and Mickey for the California Adventure theme park. I' think that's great. Another is some promotional art for the Stitch Encounter. Would like to go on that. Oh yeah, play Super Mario Galaxy. It's awesome.

Thursday, 15 November 2007

New Links


Great Videogame reviews

My brother's deviant art page

Master Animator Glen Keane

Youtube video of Master animator Glen Keane, talking at CalArts about Character Animation. Amazing.

Friday, 9 November 2007

Happy Birthday Mickey Mouse

I would just like to say, Happy 79th Birthday Mickey Mouse. May you continue to bring joy and happiness to the world. And Happy Birthday to my dad too.

Life Drawing

Here are some new life drawings I did recently. They were tough to scan as they where on A2 pieces of paper.