Sunday, December 15, 2019

Adrift (animated short)

This is another student film, my final for the semester (though I may be getting a zero, for being a few days late, stay tuned). It's a little corny, but I wanted to do a full scale space adventure, and I did it.


A few issues:

I animated this in a HUGE hurry trying (and failing) to get it done in time. So, I didn't have time to do everything I could to make it look like traditional frame-by-frame animation. It really shows that these characters are made of motion-tweened segments.

My audio sucks. I need to get a decent microphone, I used the one built into my laptop. At least my "outsourced" voices sound alright.

There's some kind of annoying glitch that makes the outlines flicker white and effects like shading/masking/blurring flicker on and off (I used Anime Studio Pro). I don't know how to fix that (I think I put too much in each file, and had too many layers within layers. I should maybe give each shot it's own file instead of each scene)

Anyway, please enjoy it for what it is, and if you like it, leave a comment!

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Gargax: The Horror From The Deep (New Animation)

This was a class project for my Media Arts Class at Temple University. We were supposed to show our editing skills by either making 1 minute experimental films or 30 second comedies that play bad editing for laughs. This also counts as a Halloween submission BTW.

I went with the latter option and came up with a kaiju film being cut down to the absurd length of 20 seconds. Enjoy!

Saturday, March 2, 2019

See me at Central PA Comic Con!


I got me a table at Central PA Comic Con!

March 9th and 10th at the Harrisburg Hershey Holiday Inn in Grantville PA!

Come see me there, and feel free to buy something!

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Halloween Gallery: CGI Ghost


For my other Halloween Gallery entry this year, I wanted to do an animated CGI clip of a Ghost flying though a graveyard. Unfortunately, health problems kinda slowed me down this year, and I didn't have enough time to animate and render it properly (but I oughtta have it ready by next year).

So, instead, I just rendered a still from it. Now, it's still a work in progress, but you can see where I'm going with it. Look at it as a preview, and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!