So this is the second week of Behind the Scenes here on my Blog and I hope you enjoy looking into how each of these art pieces were made for Drawlloween this year!
For those of you who don’t know about MerMay it is this rather popular Art Challenge on Instagram with 168k posts in the past 13 days! It was started by Tom Bancroft a Disney Animator and Character Designer with different words for each day to prompt the artwork. 7 ◊ TranquilI've always loved that Riviera poster... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since I have been working solidly on one of my personal projects as I have been feeling rather drained with my work shifts recently. However with the inspiration of the last few weeks I have gotten back my drive to complete my piece of work. To create these props I... Continue Reading →
MARCH MEET THE MAKER: DAY TWENTY FOUR I've decided to post my top 3 achievements I have had in my life so far. The first being getting my Bachelor of Arts with Honours, First Class in Stop-Motion Animation and Puppet-Making. It took a lot of hard work throughout the 3yrs of my degree and there... Continue Reading →
The Maquettes were an important stage of my pre-production as they were the first initial way of seeing if my designs and plans work as real life 3D objects, therefore highly important to check scale errors that may have occurred. Firstly I worked on the puppets, Crafting out basic wire frames to size and... Continue Reading →