Here’s the final style sheet I submitted for my character design final. I got some good feedback and critique that suggested some ways to continue to improve upon her design so I’m gonna keep working on developing the character even though the class is over.
A few facial expressions I did during early development of the character.
Here’s a sketchbook drawing I did of her. It’s a little cut off at the bottom because my scanner is small. Also her head is a little off model in this drawing, just a bit too big. But I really love how this one turned out.
Here’s a drawing of my character from a turn around for the same assignment. The turn around is still in progress.
Working on a character Maquette for my Character Design final. I don’t have a lot of experience with sculpting so this is quite the process for me.
I think my favorite part about Wreck-It Ralph were all the animator and animation jokes.
From a Character Design assignment. We had to take this preexisting design and pose it while keeping it on model. The first picture is the model, and the second is the three poses I did for the assignment. I don’t think I nailed it down perfectly, but I thought overall it turned out much better than expected.
Some development work from a character design assignment I had this week.
Currently Working on the animatic. Rough Backgrounds start soon and so does music composition, which is being done by my great friend Dave Sisti. Also going to start looking for voice actors, and working on rough sound. All in all, it’s moving forward really quickly.
Part 2 of one of my favorite scenes in the short film I’m working on.
One of my favorite scenes in my film. Part 1 of 2
The Big Bear standing shot.
Some more concept art for my senior thesis. Trying to get a good feel for what an animated Teddy Roosevelt is gonna look like.
And the first page of my script is entirely storyboarded. Woo! 3 and a half more pages to go.
Total of 30 boards for the first page.