Final one of these for awhile... There's a baby coming this month and placement for my Masters of Teaching!
Two heavy weights duke it out at the end of the obstacle course! Khopesh won the fight but I was the one who edited it... So I won! Yay!
This animation I did for Professional Learning Community. We had to make a creative piece to an observation we had seen at a school. This primary school boy had trouble focusing in class as he felt that any class discussion was purely directed at him. So to try to prevent this the teacher gave him ear defenders to cancel out some of the noise. It proved to work for this boy.
Im surprised it didn't occur to me sooner. Out of all the skills I've gained over the years from games development, video editing, texturing and working with shaders; that one type of artform combines it all together. Matte Painting!
Though matching lighting on a 3d animation is really hard. Modeled in blender, rendered in maramoset, edited in Resolve.
The website has undergone a big style revamp and update! Felt the style was alil too much and toned it right back.
Seen a heap of drawing challenges where people go back and redraw old images from years ago. Ive started one but don't know if ill finish it haha.
Trying very poorly to get some sketches in between working on TheMusicRoom and working at the university. Heres a quick one where Im looking at different body types.
The crew is expanding and we got up to even more fun this month. I got alil obsessed with scripted intros after making Skadi's Beginning and trying to get everyone to walk down a street is more harder than it first appears!
So after making the crew video and seeing my friends video I had a few ideas to make my own original video for my character. This is the result and it trended on GTA's social club for a week!
Group of friends and myself hang out in GTA in the downtime. I decided I'd start capturing our moments and editing them in the ingame Rockstar editor. Here's the first ever one!
http://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/4383417/weindorfer-memorial-marks-final-year/ I was the photographer for the final year of Gustav Weindorfer Memorial. He was one of the first settlers on Cradle Mountain Tasmania.
Loki came up with an idea for a synth instrument which you stand infront of and by rubbing and pressing on the front panel it will make different sounds. This is my design on how that would look. Tried to make it look extendable and pulled ideas from different types of upstanding drums for the framework.