Aww, this poor cup! First he was drained of all his delicious liquid only to then have part of him ripped off before he was thrown away! A sad, sad fate awaiting a many drink cups. This was a character walk that I made in school using the handy puppet animation feature on ToonBoom, similar to cut paper animation. All digital of course!
Another animation, look at that! This read-along tale follows a very thirsty crow as it finds water just out of reach and what it does to get to it. One of my favorite fables by the well know Aesop and made originally for a school project.
Rough animation is all done in ToonBoom with all the pretty bits added afterwards with Photoshop.
Character walks, right on! This short has 4 characters, all save one done traditionally with a mix of pencil crayons, pen, and markers. The digital one, the robot wheel, was colored in Photoshop, but all of them were roughly animated out in ToonBoom.
Here is a little short I made using found sound and dang is it cute. Found sound is simply taking any old sound you may hear and animating something unusual and unexpected to it. For this I took the addictive sound of bubble wrap popping and decided it sounded like a bald man being massaged. This was all created with ToonBoom.
All done, I graduated!! *loud applause* So this here is a culmination of all the animation work I’ve done at ACAD as well as some of my own personal work. Most of it is done in ToonBoom, although some in this are done traditionally and others have Photoshop coloring over top. I am still in the process of moving and dealing with all sorts of grown-up stuff so if there are some videos you see in this showreel that aren’t up on my site, they will be!
Another animation put up for your viewing pleasure! Starts quiet but it gets noisy. I found the sound first then animated what I imagined could be making it rather than whatever it actually was. Poor guy, can’t help but flinch for him.
A short animation I made using Post it notes and traditional drawing! Link leads to my Vimeo site where more of my animations will soon be found.