Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Sentai Transformation

Hello, dear viewer. Lately, I've been having a marathon of Power Rangers seasons 1 through 3. On top of that, I've been getting in some Ronin Warriors as well. So yeah, watching a lot of Sentai. And because of this nostalgia, for my next animated project, I'm gonna tackle a sentai henshin (transformation). The motif will be fire, which will mark the first time I'll be animating effects. So far, I've finalized the character and mask, all that's left is deciding on the costume and then I can start on the animatic.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Flea Market

Hello dear viewers, sorry for the wait. I noticed that I usually forego the backgrounds for my artwork, focusing solely on the characters. The reason for this is I personally can't stand looking at my backgrounds. It never looks as good as I want it to. But seeing the artwork of my fellow crew compelled me to try my hand at it again.

When I was a kid, growing up in Southern Georgia, I always went to the Flea Market in Jacksonville, Florida. It'll always hold a special place in my heart, because it was there that I got the VHS tapes of The Five Deadly Venoms, Chinese Super Ninjas, and New Legend of Shaolin (Legend of the Red Dragon), the first Jet Li movie I ever watched. Whenever I think of it, I remember the smell of popcorn and peanuts from the concession stands, and then I decided to draw this. 

Two hours, one layer, 70% Opacity on the brush, no filters. Enjoy

Sunday, October 13, 2013

My first animation job

Hello dear viewer,

Some of you may have been wondering why I haven't uploaded any new material lately. That's because... I've been hard at work with my first animation job! I am now doing clean-up animation for the new TV show, Axe Cop! It's part of the animation domination block on FOX, which plays on Saturdays. Make sure to check it out, it's an awesome show.

But please believe, I haven't forgotten about my blog. Soon you'll be seeing a lot of new content on here, new characters, new sketches, and my personal animation projects. Stay tuned!