Sunday, 19 October 2014


Hello Visitor! Thank you for passing by :) I have officially changed blogs and will no longer be updating this one. Please visit this new awesome blog for new posts and updates!
Thanks ~

Thursday, 17 April 2014

3D Creature Model

First try at a 3D creature model: Larry, the radioactive crocodile
Modelled on Maya 2014
Painted in Mudbox. 

Original concept came from a creature life drawing session:

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Wednesday, 4 December 2013


Well this update is overdue and naturally, some of these projects are pretty dated, but I just gotta share my wacky stuff!

Here's a simple Walk and Run assignment that I worked on ambitiously for a week

(sadly I've misplaced my character designs for this project)
BUT! here are some other character assignments:

                                  lil' old expression assignment...... guess each expression!

And some people sketches (caricatures):
Here's another game, Do you recognize anyone?!!?

Saturday, 23 November 2013

Poop fair

Winter Fair '13

Other Life drawings

30 sec 

2 to 3 min

10 min leg study

Saturday, 9 November 2013


Layout Project consisted of creating a convincing world with researched details, working off already given roughed out thumbnails: 

Persian/Arabian Street

Fencer scene from mid 1600's

Painting Interior

Tonal studies

Saturday, 19 October 2013

it's fun to stay at the YMCA!

 It's kinda sad how some frames go by so fast and we don't really get to appreciate derpfaces like these..

Well.. on with the blog!

Here are my Lift and Toss Character Design rotation sheet and poses:

For the animation I redesigned the character into a slimmer librarian version just to make the torso and pelvis movements more noticeable.


We've started using Maya this year and after a few basic projects, I really enjoyed working on the most recent assignment: 'Personality-driven walk cycle' 
Of course uploaded after goofing off on After Effects.. (Yes. That is my sad attempt at disco lights)


And the same walk without the effects

Inspired by Milt Kahl's Pinnochio walk cycle