He’s a superhero with a rather unfortunate super power.
Here’s a couple sketches from my
‘J’s Ferocious Beasts That Will Probably Kill You’ series.
Drawn on Photoshop Touch with the Samsung Galaxy Note I; coloured on Manga Studio.
Watch where you step.
Taming a Dragon
Here’s a closer look at the head detail.
I modelled, rigged and animated the squids in Autodesk Maya and traced the lines frame by frame
in Adobe Flash.
This plucky scientist’s lines and base colour were drawn utilizing Adobe Flash as shown in the video below.
Then I added detail and shading in Photoshop.
Additional lighting effects and final touches/edits were created in After Effects and Final Cut Pro
Socks the Bunny
To build Socks, I constructed a highly flexible ball socket jointed wireframe skeleton
heavily reinforced with metal tubing, sculpted a foam-core musculature around the skeleton,
and added detail with literal socks cut apart and re-sewn/glued together with epoxy.
The eyes are glass, manufactured by the very talented
Tech-Optics company, http://www.tech-optics.com/product/PEC29.
First movement test – Sitting
Hamlet for the Fishes
Our dysfunctional fishy friends were handmade from clay, and scanned in utilizing
Dragonstop Stop Motion Software (now known as Dragonframe). Backgrounds, lighting and effects
were added in After Effects, and finishing touches, editing and sound was
completed/added in Final Cut Pro.
Here’s Shilo’s ‘noble steed’ and closest companion below.
Thanks for shopping’ by.