Thursday, May 26, 2011
So I'm finally breaking into this moleskin sketchbook I got from a dying Border's book store a few months back. What better way to commemorate it than by drawing an ACTUAL mole?! (-whose very skin the sketchbook is based on) HYUCK YUK! ...Also a few more pages
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Our last assignment in Concept II was to churn out a bunch of story images. In case you were wondering, I love drawing open mouths.
This one is based on the unfortunate true story of an instance where I burst into my 12 grade English class, five minutes late and choking on carrots. This was the tragic result of running as fast as I could while furiously eating carrots at the same rate (I had worked through my lunch period and was starving). Naturally, the first thing you do after running as fast as you can is taking a huge breath, so it didn't help that my mouth was full of choke-sized carrot bits. I burst through the door to a room full of quiet, seated peers and immediately began hacking carrots all over them. It... it just happened so fast.
This ones about a guy who gets smacked in the face by an angry baboon avery time he smokes a cigarette. I don't think theres anything else to say.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
I decided to put all my other CA projects into one heaping post- and here they are:
This was my simple polygon character from the first semester. It was modeled, rigged, and animated with LOVE. Originally, this little guy did a jump where his spoon was slightly airborne, but I decided to cut it.
Ahh, Robie. you wonderfully annoying, bucktooth trashcan of a midget robot. We all had to model this weird thing using nurbs. It was MIND-NURBING (sorry for that)
This is the first part of our texturing/lighting assignment. The clip is of a cemetery at daybreak while the still image beneath it is the night scene. We were all given the same cemetery set to texture and light. Yeeee.
The second part of the assignment, was to light and texture a still life with fruit. And um yeah... painting textures and lighting and what-not. It was delicious.