I found an old Flash file I had been thinking about for years. I started animating something about 2004 and stopped working on if for over 5 years but it's been on the back of my mind all that time. Now I found it I will finish it. Eventually.
Original artwork from the film and Monty Python
memorabilia on display for 4 days only at the BFI Southbank, 24-27th
January 2013. The little contribution from A for Animation shows a small selection of the
original artwork by Leah Heming for the section I directed.
I just took this slide show off my website as it has been there for a while. So screen grabbed it for posperity. It shows the stages of my Ink Dot 1 Drawing.
You can purchase a giclee poster of it here. And see a big picture of the finished drawing by clicking on it here.
Here is the image that appeared on the Skwigly Calendar. If you click on it you can see it higher rez so now you can count the robins. First correct answers wins a prize.. (my respect and admiration) xx
I did this drawing for something, then the bouncing Chris Fish followed. Thought I would show you the original pen doodle then the vectored up Fish. Then from this drawing the simpler animated fish was born.
Here are a few (from many) drawings from some concept art I did for a project that never happened some years ago. The brief was for a 'Morgan Freeman type character with a cool Apple brand twist'. The top two have a slight difference (facially) to the bottom one.