Ive lived in New York for almost a year and decided to make this illustration of my favorite NY things inspired by my breakfast.
For reference: Korean BBQ, The Guggenheim, Washington Square park arch, The Chrystler Building, Gretel, Yellow Cab, Lox cream cheese on a bagel.
Started designing characters to pair with those volvo frames.
Slow day at work means doods on the cintiq. I got into drawing this hand then felt like animating it.
I created a project during college on my road tripping experiences. While that project will not see the light of day I thought the concept and script was worth holding on to. With some free time at work last week I made up these two started frames. Possible more to come?
I was playing around with short frame animations, clipping masks, and efficiency in photoshop in photoshop. This is only 9 frames that I drew on top of each other using basic squash and stretch principles. Then I staggered them, duplicated them, staggered again, and duplicated them again. This got me two sets of blobs that I then used quick track mattes / clipping masks to change the colors and squiggles up.
It all started with a blob.
Animade did a tutorial a couple weeks ago on a ball bouncing in photoshop. I followed along and added some faces.
This is the last one in the series that Ill be doing for now. This waffle iron was actually really difficult for me. Multiple times I thought about giving up and posting what I already had done but I kept going. Im pretty happy with how it turned out.
This one has a border.
Burner baby burn.
I literally have no clue how the physics of a ripple look but I wanted to animate it so this was my attempt.
Ayyy I got a second one done today so that was cool. Im obsessed with this camera and will be buying it the second it goes to market. In the mean time heres a frame.
Gave a critique of someones logo animation and then wanted to see if I could make it myself so here we are now.
Dont forget butter.