Recent grad of AnimationMentor.com, and University Wests program in 3D-animation, Currently working as a freelance animator in Stockholm. Music, comics, animation and illustrations are probably what I'll end up posting here the most
“Thanks for coming here wasting your saturday night listening to some depressing music.”
It might be quite depressing music at it’s heart, but seeing them live, blushing, giggling when everybody sings along and being super sincere. Left me moved, happy and really longing to see them again.
it is understandable that this has turned into a cult classic. Katchoo, and Francine along with a bloke called David, are trying to make life and relations work, dealing with baggage, and emotions catching up. Finishing this and I have caught up in reading all of Terry Moore’s comics, Rachel Rising, Echo. His drawings are such an inspiration, in their expressiveness and fantastic appeal. And soon issue #15 of Rachel Rising is out, his new absolutely brilliant horror story.
practice, practice, practice, with a colour study of a white seas promo picture. Figured it would be a good and tricky motive, since there is a lot going on in it, flowers, faces, and very light shades, especially in the face which is something I find fairly hard to get right, especially over large areas. The eyes however are somewhat unfocused.
disneys academy nominated short has just surfaced online and is making its way across all blogs on the internet. While you’re at it, check out this interview with the director John Kahrs, by the guys over at splinedoctors.com. He tallks about polish in animation, since this was way before his attachment to the short, when he was working as an animator over at pixar.