I am calling this a Midsummer Day’s Watercolor Dream – A Tragic Story of Color. This was an impromptu experiment in abstract by adding liquid watercolor drops to a vase of water. It kind of tells a tragic story.Sometimes we fail to notice so many things while intensely focusing on the project at hand. We … Read More
I have recently been working with Adobe Character Animator and have found it to be great fun to work with. I used it to animate the characters in my most recent animated short “Tiny Timmy Turd Tosser”. Its a short about certain types of people who just love to say mean things to others. They … Read More
I would like to wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving! I really do miss turkey and Honey Baked Ham. I created this quick little Holiday Animation using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Character Animator CC. I really wanted to try out Adobe Character Animator CC but I usually need a project to get me … Read More
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYBODY! Halloween is my absolutest bestest favoritest holiday in the world! And it’s not just because it’s so close to my birthday. 😀 Below is an animated short I put together a while back for another project I worked on. It was just sitting there on my hard drive collecting dust so I … Read More
Digital Video, the makers of TOONZ, and DWANGO, a Japanese publisher, announced today they have signed an agreement for the acquisition by Dwango of Toonz, an animation software which was independently developed by Digital Video (Rome, Italy).
The changing needs of a user’s experience is always pushing the limits of creativity on the web. As a creative you want to be sure your work is experienced and enjoyed by as many different people in as many different ways as possible. This means any device… any size… anywhere. SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) animation, … Read More
This year LIAF will be 10 years old and they say the programming will be more extensive than ever. LIAF 2013 will take place from October 25th – November 3rd and there will be screenings at the Barbican, with additional programmes at the The Horse Hospital, The Rio Cinema and The Whitechapel Gallery. Of course, … Read More