Saturday, September 28, 2013

Breaking Bad Art and Other Drawings

 Hey all Breaking Bad fans out there here is two Walt drawings I did in Illustrator and colored in Photoshop for my friends MJ Diller and Chris Savine.  I am a huge fan of the series and I am so nervous about tomorrow's ending. I hope Walter kills Jack and Todd and debases his old company, Gray Matter, some how.  These are my goals for Walter so when he dies he goes out with a vengeance.

Aside from fan art of Walter White, here is a piece I did for my uncle's avatar in his war games.  Yes, it is a pose from a Napoleon painting.

Here is an alternative version of my uncle as a centurion, I just put it up because it was fun to do and made me laugh.

Lastly, here is a snake drawing I did for my friend Max, I may start a website to do portraits of people's pets so I will have more information about that later.

Thanks for stopping by!  Remember tomorrow is the season finale of Breaking Bad, it has been one heck of a ride, but all good (or bad) things must come to an end.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Animation at Gobelins

This summer I had the privilege of taking an animation class at Gobelins.  There I learned
various techniques from wonderful teachers, guest animators and fellow peers.

It was an experience that will always be remembered.

Here is the animation I did there.  I am going to ink it and color the work one day so it is very rough at the moment.

Here is a description of the assignment...

This summer, I went to Gobelins and created a project involving a character interacting with a cube. I chose Danny the cat from the film, "Cats Don't Dance."
The project emphasizes on depicting specific poses to describe the job of the character such as an aristocrat or spy. I chose a scientist for the role of my character and so all of the movements are methodical and contemplative.

This is a rough animation and I will clean it up with the inking and hopefully color it one day. Any feedback is appreciated because I plan on exaggerating some of the movements prior to the inking so that the timing and poses are more fluid and direct.
Thank you for your time and enjoy!!!!

I really do appreciate any feedback.  I have met tons of supportive animators
 and even if you do not animate, your opinion matters a lot to me.  

Thanks for stopping bye!