SCAD assignment for Cartoony Animation. Pick a two poses and animate the transition between the two. Scene was rendered with Vray, animated with Maya, composited in After Effects, and 3D modeled with Blender. The rig used is the Malcom 2.0 rig.
This was my final assignment for SCAD’s cartoony animation course. It’s a breakdown of the shot progression. (Top to bottom, left to right): Reference video, Blocking, Tween, Render. Audio from Parks and Rec. Rendered in Vray. Animated in Maya using the Malcom 2.0 rig.
A demonstration of my work with Crowds Animation as well as 3D Keyframe animation and Motion Capture cleanup. 1- Title Card 2 – Dialogue Animation 3 – Houdini Crowds Animation, example work from Rooster Teeth 4 – Motion Capture Animation / Custom Houdini Crowds 5 – Credits
This was a collaborative film which I was lucky enough to help on as an animator. We used Flash CC to animate and color.
This was an animation I was commissioned to create for introducing the Animation category at the Five16 Film Festival (hosted by the University of Northwestern – St. Paul). I was given about 2 weeks and free reign to come up with an intro. The only constraints were the time and the length had to be below 20 seconds. All the …
A boy follows his normal daily routine, as he begins his 106th day of searching for his parents. The short was produced in one week, by 7 students of The University of Northwestern – St. Paul. (Left to right: Andy, Patrick, Jazmine, Becky, Lauren, (myself) Jonathan)